1960s Playboy "Femlin" Original Drawing by LeRoy Neiman
<p>Wonderful ink and colored pencils on heavy artists paper may have been produced for a gallery opening of some kind. This marvelous creature "The Femlin" is sweeping off the "welcome" mat. The Femlin is an artist's gem created by LeRoy Neiman at the peak of his creative powers. She became the de facto mascot of Playboy magazine for Hugh Hefner himself. She is unique and iconic. This early piece (1960s) is of e<span style="font-size: 10pt;">xceptional quality and is stamped by the gallery "Orchard Street Art Gallery" (NYC) on the verso. Measures 9x12". A bunny is an animal, a Femlin is a lady. Most of the time. </span></p>
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