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1908 - Nell Brinkley, American illustrator and comic artist, who was sometimes referred to as the "Queen of Comics" during her nearly four-decade career with NYC papers and magazines. Her drawings were among the first to link young, attractive women with the concept of suffrage. The Brinkley Girl was generally a young working woman, often seen wearing lacy dresses with her hair in curls, engaged in activities that were relatively independent, giving her work a feminist slant.
Illustrator Nell Brinkley and a little friend - 1908 In 1907, at the tender age of twenty-two, Nell Brinkley came to New York to draw for the Hearst syndicate. Within a year, she had become a household name. Flo Ziegfeld dressed his dancers as “Brinkley Girls,” in the Ziegfeld Follies. Three popular songs were written about her. Women, aspiring to the masses of curly hair with which Nell adorned her creations, could buy Nell Brinkley Hair Curlers for ten cents a card. Young girls cut out and sa
Nell Brinkley, Kitty Cat, Queen, Comic Artists, 40 Years, American Illustrations, Crazy Cat, Brinkley Girls, Cat Lady
Nell Brinkley (1886-1944) American illustrator, "Queen of Comics" during a nearly 40 year career in New York publishing. Born in Denver, Colorado, and not formally trained, she displayed a natural talent with pen and ink. Noticed in 1907 by media mogul William Randolph Hearst, she moved to New York and created a curly-haired, young, stylish, feminine, fun-loving and independent working woman: 'the Brinkley Girl', who appeared in her comics and became a popular symbol in songs, films and theater
maudelynn: Nell Brinkley and her kitty cat!
1908 - Nell Brinkley, American illustrator and comic artist, who was sometimes referred to as the "Queen of Comics" . (Crazy Cat Lady)
MEGAN FORD: 1908 - Nell Brinkley, American illustrator and comic artist, who was sometimes referred to as the "Queen of Comics" during her nearly four-decade career with NYC papers and magazines. Her drawings were among the first to link young, attractive women with the concept of suffrage. The Brinkley Girl was generally a young working woman, often seen wearing lacy dresses with her hair in curls, engaged in activities that were relatively independent, giving her work a feminist slant.
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artdeco.quenalbertini: Nell Brinkley Illustration
Artist: Nell Brinkley (Via “The Brinkley Girls: The Best Of Nell Brinkley’s Cartoons 1913 - 1940”)
via goldenbirdsings: 1920 A.D.: Brinkley Girls & Doggies This blogger also Noticed Nell Brinkley's dogs in her illustrations and this links to a post featuring some of them, not just Collies. I still think Collies were her favorite though.
Nell Brinkley, Vintage Eye, Design Projects, Eye Makeup, Beautiful Eyes, Brinkley Girls, 1920S, Drawing, Makeup Illustrations
beautiful eyes! would love to use this style for a design project!
Nell Brinkley, BEAUTIFUL EYES
Brinkley girls | How to draw eyes
vintage eyes | Vintage eye makeup illustration | Cartoon Wonderful
Nell Brinkley flapper art
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Nell Brinkley / Flapper art
An original pen and ink drawing from one of the premier female figures of the "Golden Age of American Illustration" that appeared originally in the William Randolph Hearst publication New York Journal-American newspaper during the 1920s or 1930s. Nell Brinkley.
detail, Three Stages of Life Artist: Nell Brinkley Date: 1920s
Nell Brinkley. premier woman illustrator of the 1920s. I LOVE HER. <3
Three Stages of Life
Nell Brinkley paper doll
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"Gloriette," a paper doll illustration of a Brinkley Girl by Nell Brinkley, 1928
Nell Brinkley, Bachelorette Parties, Girls Generation, Illustrations, Book, Brinkley Girls, Flappers, Vintage Art, Art Deco
Those madcap flappers! Nell Brinkley illustration. Art Deco
The Brinkley Girls: The Best of Nell Brinkley's Cartoons from 1913-1940: Trina Robbins: 9781560979708: Amazon.com: Books
A weak moment
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March 1922 - The American Weekly: cover art by Nell Brinkley famous for the "Brinkley Girl"