George Quaintance was an artist ahead of his time. In an era before Stonewall, the sexual revolution, gay rights and the AIDS crisis, Quaintance and his high-camp erotic art existed in a demi-monde of borderline legality. This book tells Quaintance’s life story, as chronicled by author Reed Massengill, along with his colorful, kitschy, and culturally resonant paintings, a work of art in itself.
Edited by Dian Hanson. Written by Reed Massengill. Hardcover. Multilingual edition. English/German/French. 168 pages.