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The NewYorker 32 Getz Plage



Arthur Getz is the one who drew the most covers for The New Yorker. 213 between 1938 and 1988. His line is emblematic of the magazine. For this April 1 st 1967, he proposes a springtime stroll by the sea, on one of the beaches of New York: Long Island, Staten Island, an hour by subway, there is no shortage of wooden walks to fill up on iodine, sand and wind. 

Collection: The New Yorker

Size: 40cm x 50cm

The 40x50 cm illustrations come already mounted.
(The dimensions include the drawing and the mount board from Canson®).