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George Quintana (1902-1957) – pulp illustrator, was the cover artist for “Snappy Detective Mysteries” a pulp magazine as well as many other pulp story illustrations of that era
His first art assignments were anonymous advertising work, but by 1934 he had begun to sell freelance cover illustrations to a variety of “spicy” pulp magazines, such as Gay French Life, Ginger, Movie Humor, Movie Merry Go-Round, Snappy Detective Mysteries, Snappy Stories, Stolen Sweets, and Tempting Tales. These were sold at burlesque halls as well as under-the-counter at discreet newsstands. These illustrations, which were clearly influenced by Enoch Bolles, were often signed “Geo. Quintana”

George Quintana Illustration


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