Leyendecker was best known for his Saturday Evening Post magazine covers and his art for Arrow Collar and Kuppenheimer menswear advertisements. For commercial and to some degree personal reasons Leyendecker tended to portray men. However, he also included fetching young women as subjects when required.
This post presents some of his portrayals of women, showing variations in his technique from near the turn of the 20th century to the early 1930s. Note that some of the women seem similar. That might be because he often used Phyllis Frederic as a model for the later half of that period.