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Sarahjane and Daniel of Grapefruitmoon Gallery are long time supporters of Historical Ziegfeld in too many ways to list. Not only with scans and info but with a generous donation when money was needed to find a new site. Congrats to them on their 10 years and on the fab new design for their website!
Do view the videos of Sarah and Daniel on their "About" page to watch interviews with them on Pin Up and Pulp art! Sarahjane looks mahvelous and duh, if I'd watched those ages ago I would have known that Daniel is Daniel D. Murphy, founder of the band Soul Asylum.
Always the best of everything on there, on eBay and on Amazon also. Thanks for all of your help here!
Grapefruit Moon on eBay is:
"...your one-stop, 5 star source for vintage pin-up, Hollywood glamour and erotic photography, pulp magazines, original illustration art, decorative collectibles and ephemera with a wide and always changing assortment of antique and vintage items from the Victorian, art nouveau, art deco, & mid-century modern eras. All items are 100% guaranteed to be original, vintage, and as described. Please feel free to contact us with any and all questions about the items and our policies and please take a moment to peruse our other great ebay listings. All sell no reserve."
From their newsletter:
2013 marks the 10th anniversary of Grapefruit Moon Gallery, and we are celebrating by relaunching www.grapefruitmoongallery.com with a new, forward-thinking design that renews our commitment to creating the finest online experience for our customers and those interested in the history of American illustration art. The website features updates to content, pictures, and search ability, while keeping all of your (and our) favorite features. A new blog will keep you up to date on what's happening underneath the Grapefruit Moon and Twitter and Facebook pages to help us connect and dialogue with you. Lightbox picture imaging lets you take a closer look at the art on the site, and tagged searching offers increased contextual information about artists, periods, styles, models, and more.
Version 2.0 is an updated and snappy version of the site, where with unabashed enthusiasm we will continue to offer the finest examples of American illustration, pin-up, pulp and paperback cover art found anywhere under the moon.
Changes are afoot offline as well. In September we are relocating from our long time headquarters to spacious new office digs at the Noiseland studio building in the arts hub of Northeast Minneapolis. And earlier this summer, Grapefruit Moon Gallery branched out into the world of merchant shows with a booth at San Diego's famed ComicCon where we were finally able to put faces to many long time gallery customers and previous internet friends.
Even though we have been busy optimizing your experience at Grapefruit Moon Gallery, we haven't stopped searching out and acquiring unusual and sensational examples of original fine and illustration art from the Golden Age. Over the past few months we've turned up fresh-to-the-market pin up paintings by Harry Ekman, Enoch Bolles and Zoe Mozert, and coming soon, exclusively to Grapefruit Moon Gallery, is a never-before-seen collection of early Gil Elvgren oil on canvas paintings for the Louis F. Dow Calendar Company. We have begun posting a collection of early 20th century nude and modern dance fine art photography original camera negatives by pictorialist pioneer Arnold Genthe, added three eccentric and technically brilliant Heinrich Kley original illustrations, and found perhaps the finest Edmund Dulac painting we have laid eyes upon, titled Annabel Lee, from the 1912 collection of Edgar Allen Poe poetry titled "The Bells."
Thanks for joining us as we continue to bring the past into the future and merge historic tradition with relevant technology.
With sincere best wishes,
Daniel & Sarahjane Murphy
Grapefruit Moon Gallery