Friday, August 24, 2012

The Dutch Treat Club


The Dutch Treat Club was founded in New York in 1905 as a club for creative people. Original members included illustrators, writers, and editors. Starting in 1920, they began producing yearbooks, which often featured risque artwork, here's a few samples...


Traffic Stopper, by James Montgomery Flagg, 1939.


William Reusswig, c1930.


Bradshaw Crandall, 1952.

2 comments:

M. D. Jackson said...

These were my kind of artists!

Mario Grella said...

Very interesting