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Born in 1922 in a suburb of Chicago, Elliot apprenticed at the Stevens/Gross studio, where he had the opportunity to learn from
Gil Elvgren, Joyce Ballantyne, Al Buell, and Haddon Sundblom. Shortly after serving in the Navy in World War ll, he was
commissioned by Brown & Bigelow to create two sets of double card decks: Winning Aces and Hit the Deck became runaway best-sellers.
In 1953, Elliot's work appeared on Brown & Bigelow's successful Ballyhoo Calendar, along with that of
Esquire artists Al Moore, Ernest Chiriaka, Eddie Chan, and Ward Brackett.
Millions of Americans saw his pinups on the covers of Hearst's Pictorial Weekly during the 1950s.
Though often amusing, his pinups could also be sexy and sensual. Elliot, who was represented by Stevens/Gross,
had a cross-over career that encompassed front covers for national magazines, story illustrations, and advertising art.
Freeman Elliot biography borrowed from The Great American Pin-Up by Charles G Martignette & Louis K Meisel.
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