With her coy smile hiding as many secrets as the Mona Lisa and her iconic bangs which are still emulated by wanna-be pin-up queens the world over, Bettie Page was and is America’s Sweetheart. Here’s a Christmas treat, just like Grandpa used to peep out in the shed on a cold Winter’s day: a gallery of lowbrow art photographs from the mid-20th Century depicting Bettie, celebrating the most wonderful time of the year. God bless us, each and every one.
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Art of the day:: “Currin <...> alters the treatment of his paintings to 17th century camera obscura realism, as seen with Vermeer or other Flemish and Dutch masters. This meticulous technique is again exemplified in “Rachel in Fur” (2003), by the level of details in the animal hair, the subtlety of a Mona Lisa-like smile, and luminous skin tones.” ~m-kos / Review: John Currin – Controversial ambitions of a master painter~ “Rachel In Fur”, 2003, #JohnCurrin. Courtesy #GagosianGallery