Acting Good Style Drawing by Leslie Saalburg Ad 1947
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Acting Good Style Drawing by Leslie Saalburg Ad 1947 this is a September 1947 advertisement. It is a nice color drawing by Leslie Saalburg. It is a drawing to display mens fashions. Underneath this picture ir reads, Painted in London, England especially for Esquire. Shows people standing between acts, in front of one of the more popular theatres in London. For the gentlemen there is a sprinkling of business suits, and a blue on blue striped worsted. Worn with a starched collared white shirt, black shoes and black and white checked tie, it fitted the mink mixed scene well. Center figure in a midnight blue tailcoat with grosgrain faced lapels, white starched pique shirt, pique butterfly tie and single breasted waistcoat cut a handsome figure. Building is also very eyecatching. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This original magazine tear sheet measures 9 1/2 inches wide by 13 1/4 inches tall.
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