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Edna Eicke Original New Yorker Cover June 20 1959
Located in San Francisco, CA
Edna Eicke: 1919-1979. Well listed American illustrator who painted 51 New Yorker covers from 1945-1961. She studied at Parsons School of Design in NYC. Her highest auction result fo...
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1950s Paintings

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Tempera

Country Auction, The New Yorker Magazine Cover
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Gouache on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right March 28, 1953 Magazine Cover of The New Yorker
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1950s Landscape Paintings

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Gouache, Illustration Board

New Yorker magazine Cover Oil Painting New England Porch Scene
By Gretchen Dow Simpson
Located in Bal Harbour, FL
New Yorker Magazine cover image from September 25, 1978. It is not signed. The Magazine cover pictured is not included in the sale. just here as a reference. Actual image is 20 X 16....
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1970s American Modern Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Illustration Board

The New Yorker - XX Century, Colourful Figurative Print, Pop Culture, Cover
Located in Warsaw, PL
DANUTA DĄBROWSKA-SIEMASZKIEWICZ Painter and graphic artist. Her works have been published in "The New Yorker", "Marie Claire", "Newsweek". One of her projects has been rewarded in a ...
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20th Century Other Art Style Figurative Prints

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Paper, Screen

New Yorker Cover, Hanging Plants
By Charles Martin
Located in Boothbay Harbor, ME
Charles E. Martin was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1910. Martin was a prolific and respected illustrator. His work appeared in Time and Life magazines, Harper's, The Saturda...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Landscape Paintings

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Paper, Casein

New Yorker Cover, Roof-Top Painter
By Charles Martin
Located in Boothbay Harbor, ME
Charles E. Martin was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1910. Martin was a prolific and respected illustrator. His work appeared in Time and Life magazines, Harper's, The Saturda...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Landscape Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media

New Yorker Cover, Four Sad Zoo Cats
By Charles Martin
Located in Boothbay Harbor, ME
Charles E. Martin was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1910. Martin was a prolific and respected illustrator. His work appeared in Time and Life magazines, Harper's, The Saturda...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Animal Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media

New Yorker Cover
By Theodore Haupt
Located in Minneapolis, MN
A rare and whimsically delightful surviving cover painting from the golden age of illustration by Theodore Haupt, which was created for and appeared as the cover of The New Yorker Ma...
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1920s Art Deco Abstract Paintings

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Gouache, Illustration Board

New Yorker Cover
By Theodore Haupt
Located in Minneapolis, MN
Theodore Haupt was an American Modernist painter, sculptor and muralist who melded Cubism with Surrealist elements. Between 1927 and 1933, his work appeared on the cover of The New Y...
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1930s Art Deco Figurative Paintings

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Gouache, Illustration Board

New Yorker Cover
By Constantin Alajalov
Located in Minneapolis, MN
This original cover painting by noted Russian-American illustrator Constantin Alajalov was created for the March 21, 1936 edition of The New Yorker magazine. In the scene, what remai...
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1930s Art Deco Interior Paintings

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Gouache, Illustration Board

New Yorker Cover, Cozy Livingroom
By Charles Martin
Located in Boothbay Harbor, ME
Charles E. Martin was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1910. Martin was a prolific and respected illustrator. His work appeared in Time and Life magazines, Harper's, The Saturda...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Interior Paintings

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Mixed Media

New Yorker Cover For Sale on 1stDibs

You are likely to find exactly the new yorker cover you’re looking for on 1stDibs, as there is a broad range for sale. You can easily find an example made in the Art Deco style, while we also have 3 Art Deco versions to choose from as well. On 1stDibs, the right new yorker cover is waiting for you and the choices span a range of colors that includes gray, black and brown. A new yorker cover from Charles Martin, Theodore Haupt, Constantin Alajalov and Gretchen Dow Simpson — each of whom created distinctive versions of this kind of work — is worth considering. Artworks like these of any era or style can make for thoughtful decor in any space, but a selection from our variety of those made in paint, board and illustration board can add an especially memorable touch. A large new yorker cover can prove too dominant for some spaces — a smaller new yorker cover, measuring 13 high and 9 wide, may better suit your needs.

How Much is a New Yorker Cover?

The price for an artwork of this kind can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — a new yorker cover in our inventory may begin at $935 and can go as high as $9,500, while the average can fetch as much as $2,600.

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Painting is an art form that has spanned innumerable cultures, with artists using the medium to tell stories, explore and communicate ideas and express themselves. To bring antique and vintage paintings into your home is to celebrate and share in the long tradition of this discipline.

When we look at paintings, particularly those that originated in the past, we learn about history, other cultures and countries of the world. Like every other work of art, paintings — whether they are contemporary creations or works that were made during the 19th century — can often help us clearly see and understand the world around us in a meaningful and interesting way. Cave walls were the canvases for what were arguably the world’s first landscape paintings, which depict natural scenery through art. Portrait paintings and drawings, which, along with sculpture, were how someone’s appearance was recorded prior to the advent of photography, are at least as old as Ancient Egypt. In the Netherlands, landscapes were a major theme for painters as early as the 1500s. Later, artists in Greece, Rome and elsewhere created vast wall paintings to decorate stately homes, churches and tombs. Today, creating a wall of art is a wonderful way to enhance your space, showcase beautiful pieces and tie an interior design together.

No matter your preference, whether you favor Post-Impressionist paintings, animal paintings, Surrealism, Pop art or another movement or specific period, arranging art on a blank wall allows you to evoke emotions in a room while also showing off your tastes and interests. A symmetrical wall arrangement may comprise a grid of four to six pieces or, for an odd number of works, a horizontal row. Asymmetrical arrangements, which may be small clusters of art or large, salon-style gallery walls, have a more collected and eclectic feel. Download the 1stDibs app, which includes a handy “View on Wall” feature that allows you to see how a particular artwork will look on a particular wall, and read about how to arrange wall art. And if you’re searching for the perfect palette for your interior design project, what better place to turn than to the art world’s masters of color?

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