Consisting of a series of twelve spectacular paintings created by Alberto Vargas, the Legacy Nudes have had a profound influence on the artistic portrayal of the feminine form. The limited edition Lecacy Nude Collection represents twelve impeccable lithographs of these masterpieces. His consummate attention to every detail and his relentless quest for perfection were fully and brilliantly realized during this phenomenal undertaking. Inspired by his love and concern for his wife Anna Mae , Vargas continually returned to each painting, devotedly working and reworking these watercolors until they were flawless. Upon their completition in , they were put aside, not to be released in his lifetime, creating an intended legacy for his beloved wife.
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The Legacy Nudes : A Love Story
The Legacy Nudes : A Love Story - ALBERTO VARGAS GIRLS
Early in the 20th century, an American visual style was invented by the Peruvian-born artist Alberto Vargas. The "Vargas Girls" he painted, as they were later known, appeared in magazines, advertisements, and calendars, and on posters and airplanes -- and for all he painted, infinitely more were created by others working in Vargas-inspired style. Vargas wasn't the only pin-up artist -- George Petty and Gil Elvgren deserve mention as well -- but the Vargas Girl brand he created has endured as the highest example of the genre. In May , Alberto Vargas was painting in a store window, when a representative from the Ziegfeld Follies discovered him. The next day, Mr. Sources: Pinterest, Wikimedia Commons, Pinterest. He also created covers for Tatler and Dance magazines and designed countertop displays for Old Gold cigarettes.
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The Illustrated Gallery. Glorifying The American Girl , Pin-Up in Sun Hat. Louis K. Meisel Gallery.
In , Playboy magazine published a pictorial feature on Vargas' nudes, which drew the attention of publisher Hugh Hefner. When Vargas and Esquire went their separate ways in , the artist immediately embarked upon a project to publish his own yearly calendar. In the meantime, the magazine published an Esquire Calendar for that consisted completely of unsigned Vargas paintings. By the time Vargas' calendar was published, Esquire had a court order barring the artist from selling or distributing any product bearing the name "Varga", which the magazine had copyrighted. In , a court ruled that Vargas would have to sign all his subsequent paintings with his full name.