Hilda, a different (but very sexy) pin-up – Part 3

Posted: March 30, 2013 in painting, pin-ups
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Hilda is a master piece of Duane Bryers, one of the best commercial illustrators of the 50′s and 60′s years. Bryers earned a living as a commercial illustrator until his early fifties and gradually found himself garnering a nice amount of attention as a fine artists who specialized in western theme paintings.

Bryers initially made his name back east where, in 1942, he won a National War Poster competition in New York and then went on to illustrate the syndicated comic strip “Cokey.” He continued his colorful career as a commercial artist in Chicago, but by 1956 was back in New York creating what would become the ever-popular images of “Hilda,” a plump pin-up girl, for the Brown and Bigelow calendar company. Hilda was converted in a pin-up fetish until 90′s when the series stopped. But Hilda never was a conventional pin-up, like the word makes us understand, but she is very very sexy, anyway. With a difference: she never poses to photos, she doesn’t use make up and she is always happy and having a lot of fun.

For more posts about Hilda, please click here and here. Enjoy Hilda one more time. I love her.

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Comments
  1. Armando says:

    I love the sensuality of Hilda.

  2. yasir9909 says:

    Diane seems to be a great artist…

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