Earl Oliver Hurst  "You will never find a deliberately drawn line in a Hurst illustration: only a swift-moving brush will produce that sense of alive-ness which is the essential characteristic of his work".

Earl Oliver Hurst "You will never find a deliberately drawn line in a Hurst illustration: only a swift-moving brush will produce that sense of alive-ness which is the essential characteristic of his work".

This lady in the chair is listening to the conversation behind her while she is touching up her lipstick. My guess is that she hears something she isn't intened to hear. This painting accompanied the story "The Caribbean Conspiracy" in Woman's Home Companion in May 1942.

This lady in the chair is listening to the conversation behind her while she is touching up her lipstick. My guess is that she hears something she isn't intened to hear. This painting accompanied the story "The Caribbean Conspiracy" in Woman's Home Companion in May 1942.

Walter M Baumhofer This painting illustrated the story "Because I Love You" in Woman's Home Companion in January 1950.

Walter M Baumhofer This painting illustrated the story "Because I Love You" in Woman's Home Companion in January 1950.

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