Pearl Frush

Pearl Frush Brief Biography

Pearl Alice Frush was an American pin-up and glamour illustration artist during the golden era of the calendar art market. Pearl ranked amongst the top three female glamour artists, along with Joyce Ballantyne, and Zo Mozert. They were a rare "Girl's Club" within the predominantly male pin-up masters of mid-century illustration; Alberto Vargas, George Petty, and Gil Elvgren. To quote co-author of "The Great American Pin-Up", Louis K. Meisel; "Frush's technical brilliance was such that, upon close examination, her works even begin to take on a photographic clarity. Those knowledgeable collectors who have studied her paintings have often judged her the equal of Alberto Vargas in artistic excellence." She sometimes signed her paintings with her [then] married names; "Pearl Frush-Brudon", or "Pearl Mann". One of her most recognizable and enduring contributions to American Advertising Iconography was her original rendering of Little Debbie McKee, for McKee Foods in 1960.

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