comprising a Ford ad set in San Francisco, signed and dated 1954, and a Lucky Strike ad featuring a stylish woman, modernist coffee service, and green background, unsigned. Each unframed.
a sensuous interior scene of two lovers in embrace, snow-capped mountain peaks in the distance visible through the window, signed lower right. This particular work was illustrated on the cover of Bantam’s 1949 paperback "A Farewell to Arms", by Ernest Hemingway. Unframed.
stylized depiction of a couple asleep against a haystack with aviator figures approaching in the distance, signed upper right, inscribed "Uncertain Wings by Alan Le May" verso. Unframed.
two recuperating soldiers gazing at one another over beer steins, signed lower left, inscribed verso "The Man Who Hated Music by Quentin Reynolds". Unframed.
an enigmatic interior scene featuring a disheveled man sprawled on a couch pointing in an accusatory manner at a nearby indignant woman clutching her purse, signed lower center. Unframed.
en grisaille depiction of a pensive soldier and concerned female companion on a park bench, signed lower right. Unframed.
comprising an interior scene depicting a young boy and girl at a window, signed lower right, and a series of vignettes depicting what appears to be a house restoration project, unsigned. Each unframed.
comprising an en grisaille depiction of a conniving nurse and a glaring cover scene of a murderer holding bloody knife aloft, with additional pasted mugshots in composition, retaining printed label verso for "DETECTIVE COVER / No. 499 / May 5". Each signed and unframed.
comprising a man and woman in a comical domestic setting, inscribed verso "The Man from the Sea" and retaining original Collier’s stamp from 1938, and a two-panel series of beach scene vignettes, unsigned. Both unframed.
two Noir-inspired depictions of elegant couples. Each signed and unframed.