Before I even begin, I have to tell you that Fred Taraba at this link has a ton of Bundy illustrations and a very thorough bio, so I won't bore you beyond a couple of private observations as an illustrator who has long tried to get a brush line as good as Bundy's.
Click on any of these to enlarge them and you can see for yourself just how good Bundy was. He was a combat artist sent with the Marines to the Pacific Islands war where he was exposed to the profound horrors of Iwo Jima and Tarawa, from which he never really ever recovered. He took his own life 12 years to the day that he spent a night and a day among the dead and dying in a half track that took a direct hit from Japanese artillery. You'll find some of his wartime sketches there if you scroll down after connecting with the link above.
Ad for Munsingwear women's underwear.
Close-up of a terrific brush line and wonderful painting.
Black and white ad for Fels soap products.
The New York Edison gets credit for this ad. Where do you suppose that ran?
Look at that back. Illustration doesn't get any better than this.
An ad for The Borden Company -- before Elsie the Cow took over, I guess.