The Varga Girl
© Alberto Vargas/Hearst Corporation

The Varga Girl

By Alberto Vargas
About the image
This is one of the most recognizable images created by Alberto Vargas during World War II. American GI's frequently copied it onto their aircraft as a symbol of good luck. The "Varga Girl" poses with an expression of serenity on her face, suggesting that all will be well. 

Release Notes:
This image was printed in two different editions to offer a choice of finishes.
  • The Arches Edition was printed on ARCHES Watercolor paper, an archival, 100% cotton paper used by professional artists for centuries.
  • The Deluxe Edition was printed on a patented archival paper called Opalesque which has a surface that emulates the look and feel of silk.

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The Varga Girl
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