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'''Gilette A. Elvgren''' (1914-1980) was an american Pin-Up artist.
'''Gilette A. Elvgren''' (1914-1980) was an American artist who specialized in [[pin-up art]], and influenced many other artists of the genre.<ref name=About>{{citation
 
| title = Why a Gil Elvgren Monograph & Internet Domain
== Further reading ==
| author = Louis K. Meisel
* [[Charles G. Martignette]] and [[Louis K. Meisel]]: The Great American Pin-Up. Verlag Taschen, 1996, ISBN 3-8228-8402-2
| url = http://www.gilelvgren.com/GE/intro.php
* Charles G. Martignette and Louis K. Meisel: Gil Elvgren - All his glamorous American pin-ups. Verlag Taschen, 1999, ISBN 3-8228-6611-3
| publisher = GilElvgren.com}}</ref>
==References==
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Gilette A. Elvgren (1914-1980) was an American artist who specialized in pin-up art, and influenced many other artists of the genre.[1]

References

  1. Louis K. Meisel, Why a Gil Elvgren Monograph & Internet Domain, GilElvgren.com