Women don't respond well when men pound their fists on furniture. From the look on her face, this relationship in on the rocks. The painting illustrated the story "Take All My Love" in Woman magazine in 1952.
Nothing like a puppy to bring smiles to the face. Nothing like a mess to clean up to wipe that smile away. This painting illustrated the story "A Dog Named Oliver" in Ladies Home Journal magazine in November 1946.
Their intertwined hands show an intimacy of their relationship that is in contrast to the concern on his face. Something or someone is about to interrupt this moment. This painting illustrated the story "Because I Love You" in Woman's Home Companion in January 1950.
She is literally and figuratively kicking up her heels, as she sharpshoots for a man. I think her target is identified. This artwork accompanied the story "I Want A Man" in the Saturday Evening Post in April 1950.
Happy on the right, not so happy on the left. Could it be that the happy guy is the brother of the woman? And he has shown up at a bad time. Anyway, she is ignoring him and expecting her boyfriend to take care of the situation. This painting illustrated the story "The Intruders" in McCall's magazine.