AS SEEN ON THE COVERS
OF NEW YORKER MAGAZINE
GUEST BLOG—By Lee Lorenz, former New Yorker art editor and cartoon editor--In 50 years at New Yorker magazine, Arthur Getz (1913 to 1996), produced 210 covers--more than any other contributor.
|Getz on Getz, 1950|
The apparent spontaneity of his work was deceptive; numberless sketches preceded each cover, and often three or more "finished" versions were offered to New Yorker decision makers.