Zoë Mozert (1907 – 1993) was one of the early 20th Century’s most famous pin-up artists and models. Born Alice Adelaide Moser, in 1925 Mozert entered the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art where she studied under Thornton Oakley, a former student of Howard Pyle. She painted hundreds of magazine covers and movie posters during her career. Mozert frequently was her own model, using cameras or mirrors to capture the pose. Her paintings are best known for their pastel style and realistic depiction of women.