12 x 10 in (30 x 25 cm)
"A beautiful woman is a potent factor indeed, but a beautiful woman graced with a beautiful manner is a force no man can withstand. Our Esquire Girl of the moment is a ballet dancer, fully equipped with the native accoutrements of the trade; a lithe figure, the face of an angel, the hands and feet of a true daughter of Pavlova. But her major strength derives from that most formidable of all female weapons, knowing how to use what she has. Gallery customers will glimpse the fact from their dollar seats almost as clearly as will the more fortunate in the orchestra. The rest of us can draw our solace from Mr. Cassell’s excellent effort above."
Grace was Esquire magazine's monthly pin-up girl in July of 1947.
Artist: Bob Cassell
Please note this is linen backed on canvas.