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Spring Forward The Optimism Of Breakfast New Yorker April 25th, 2011 A Dog Wears Shoes On The City Sidewalk New Yorker March 18th, 2013 Woman With A Hat That Looks Like A Birds Nest

Maira Kalman

Maira Kalman was born in Tel Aviv and moved to New York with her family at the age of four. She was raised in bucolic Riverdale, the Bronx. She now lives in Manhattan. She is a frequent contributor to The New Yorker Magazine, and is well known for her collaboration with Rick Meyerowitz on the “New Yorkistan” cover in 2001.

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New Yorker November 17th, 2008 New Yorker April 27th, 2009 Spectrum Of Light Broken Arch. A Scene From St. Louis New Yorker July 5th, 2010 New Yorker May 10th, 2010

Bob Staake

Bob Staake is an American illustrator, cartoonist, children's book author and designer. He lives and works in Chatham, Massachusetts on the elbow of Cape Cod. A frequent cover artist for The New Yorker, Bob has illustrated many Golden titles including We Planted a Tree, The Donut Chief, I'm a Truck, Little Golden Picture Dictionary, and the award-winning The Red Lemon.

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A Model In A Grey Dress And Red Hat Linda Christian Wearing A Ball Gown A Vogue Magazine Cover Of Lisa Fonssagrives A Model Wearing Swimwear And A Striped Shirt Models Sitting On Sand Dunes Mary Jane Russell Wearing Earrings

Clifford Coffin

Born in 1913, British photographer Clifford Coffin’s images for Vogue have become icons of post-war and mid-century fashion photography. Although Coffin’s lifestyle was considered very out-of-bounds for the time, his images maintained a structure and restraint that perfectly represented the culture he was living and working in.

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A Model Leaning On A Vintage Car Barbara Mullen With Cars A Woman Lying On A Bench A Model In A Suzanne Et Roger Hat Two Models Posing By A Table Portrait Of Jean Patchett

John Rawlings

Born in Ohio in 1912, John Rawlings worked for Vogue and Conde Nast for over four decades, including 200 covers for Vogue and Glamour.  Rawlings classic approach, both in his photography and his personal style, was the perfect fit for 1950’s America, where old school glamour mixed with the advent of the great American automobile. Rawlings also occasionally experimented with graphic compositions that were so successful, they are still copied today.

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Two Models On The Deck Of A Cruise Ship Portrait Of Anna May Wong Portrait Of Leslie Howard 1 Katherine Rawls Getting Ready To Dive A Model Wearing A Headdress And Brocade Coat A Portrait Of Katharine Hepburn Wearing A Clare

Edward Steichen

Edward Steichen was born in Belgium in 1879 but spent the greater part of his life in the United States, as well as a number prolonged stays in Paris.. Beginning in 1923, Steichen became chief photographer for Condé Nast, working for Vogue and Vanity Fair and is credited with helping to define the photographic style of Conde Nast magazines during his fifteen year career with the company.

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A Watering Can Above Pink Roses House And Garden Garden Furnishing Number Cover A Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Of A Woman A Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Of A Child A Vogue Magazine Cover From 1926 A Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Of A Woman 1

Andre E Marty

Generally known as “Andre”, André Édouard Marty was born in Paris in 1882. André was an illustrator who normally worked in the Art Deco style and was in fact on the jury of the original Exposition internationale des Arts decoratifs et industries modernes in 1925, from which the Art Deco movement took its name.

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New Yorker October 18th, 2010 New Yorker June 30th, 2008 A Woman At A Desk With One Organizer That Says Title: Midday Crisis. A Woman Sitting Title Taken By Surprise. While Strolling Urban Trail Mix

Roz Chast

Roz Chast was born in Brooklyn and educated at the Rhode Island School of Design. She published her first New Yorker cartoon in 1978 and has gone on to contribute more than 10 covers and 500 cartoons to the magazine. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their two children.

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People Are In Line At Two Tunnels Going Mafia-themed Organizing Compartments Are Stacked A Parade Of Graduates Is Walking. One Graduate Title: What Celebrities Believe. A Celebrity Old Woman Is Talking To A Priest In Front An Alien Cruises Through Space In A Flying Saucer

Kim Warp

Kim Warp is an American cartoonist whose work has appeared in Barron's Magazine, Harvard Business Review, The New Yorker, Reader's Digest, and elsewhere. She received the National Cartoonist Society Gag Cartoon Award for 2000.

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Peter Arno Charles Barsotti Cecil Beaton Eduardo Garcia Benito Barry Blitt Erwin Blumenfeld Leombruno-Bodi William Bolin George Booth Francis Bruguiere Roz Chast Henry Clarke Clifford Coffin Miguel Covarrubias Leo Cullum Eric Drooker Carl "Eric” Erickson A. H. Fish Emily Flake Arthur Getz Sam Gross Horst P. Horst George Hoyningen-Huené Ana Juan Maira Kalman Robert Mankoff André E. Marty Nicholas Muray Lusha Nelson Christoph Niemann John Rawlings Jean-Jacques Sempé Rita Senger David Sipress Bob Staake Edward Steichen Saul Steinberg Bert Stern Kim Warp
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