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Original 1976 advertising poster for The New Yorker. 'The World as Seen From 9th Avenue' design by Saul Steinberg, USA.
This was the limited edition release of 10000 offset lithographs by the New Yorker Magazine.
First edition color offset lithograph.
Image rights: Fears and Kahn
Perhaps best known as the unmistakable illustrator of hundreds of cartoons and a number of covers for The New Yorker, Saul Steinberg made drawings and sculptures that established him as an acute visual chronicler of the modern American psyche. From the single, unbroken flourishes of his smaller cartoons to the dense detail seen in his New York cityscapes, the lines in Steinberg’s illustrations are famously emotive. Steinberg’s mixed-media “Drawing Tables” series (1970s) features his life-size recreations of his wood work tables, which include hand-carved simulations of pens, pencils, brushes, rulers, sketchbooks, and seals.
American, 1914-1999, Râmnicul-Sărat, Romania