A modern tantalus

Hill, W. E. (William Ely), 1887-1962
Illustration shows a man and a woman (girlfriend or wife) at a musical revue, the man is staring at a chorus girl who is temptingly standing in front of him; the man's wife or girlfriend is looking at him with a concerned look on her face.
Couples, Feminine beauty (Aesthetics), Men--Social life and customs, Tantalus (Greek mythology), Temptation, Women singers
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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