Rolf Armstrong. (The painter, not the flapper.) This was done in 1922, and it was the second time he did Norma Talmadge for the magazine. The angle gives the nostril-fetish crowd everything they wanted in life, and was quite popular in the 30s
He was based out of Minneapolis for a while:
Armstrong's work for the Pictorial Review was largely responsible for that magazine achieving a circulation of more than two million by 1926. A year later, he was the best-selling calendar artist at Brown & Bigelow. In 1930, RCA hired him to paint pin-ups to advertise their products.
Successful at his craft untl he kicked at the age of 71.