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The New Yorker Cartoonists A - Z

What follows is a work in progress -- it doesn't pretend to be a complete list of The New Yorker's cartoonists. A complete list is likely impossible as The New Yorker itself has not been able to identify a number of early contributors.

Eventually, each name will carry some additional information. In this early stage, I'll begin to supply bare-bones biographical information, indicating when a cartoonist began contributing to the magazine ( and, in certain cases, when their contributions came to an end). Additions, corrections, advice always welcome.

 Sources: 

For dates of when a cartoonist began ( and where it applies, ceased ) contributing to The New Yorker, I've cross checked dates using the discs accompanying  The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker , the discs accompanying The Complete New Yorker, The search feature on the Cartoonbank.com's site, and where applicable, obituaries, usually in The New York Times. In some cases, the cartoonists themselves have supplied the date. The New Yorker's library has also supplied information, and/or confirmation.

For biographical information:  In many cases the cartoonists themselves  have supplied this information to me. Other sources include obituaries in The New York Times ( and elsewhere), and numerous cartoon anthologies which contain biographical information.  Among the most helpful: Colliers Collects Its Wits (Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1941), Meet The Artist (M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum, 1943) The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons (Chelsea House, 1980), The Best Cartoons of The Year 1943, Crown Publishers, 1943), The National Cartoonists Society Album 1996 ( NCS, 1996).  I've also relied on biographical information from individual websites operated by cartoonists.   As above, The New Yorker's library has in some cases supplied, and/or confirmed information.

Entries in red with this icon  attached are members of the One Club.  That is, their work appeared just once in The New Yorker.  Membership is limited to cartoonists whose work has not appeared in the magazine in 30 or more years. To read a little more on this exclusive club please visit the entry "Just Once" in the Posted Notes section. Scroll down to March 31, 2008.


 

 Charles Addams Born in Westfield, NJ, Jan 7, 1912. Died Sept. 29, 1988, New York City. NYer work: 1932 - 1988 * the New Yorker publishes his work posthumously. Key cartoon collections: While all of Addams' collections are worthwhile, here're three that are particular favorites; Homebodies (Simon & Schuster, 1954), The Groaning Board (Simon & Schuster, 1964), Creature Comforts (Simon & Schuster, 1981). In 1991 Knopf published The World of Chas Addams, a retrospective collection. Website: http://www.charlesaddams.com/

 Jon Agee  NYer work: Three drawings: Sept. 18, 1995, Nov. 6, 1995, April 7, 1997

Daniel Alain Born Daniel Brustlein in Alsatian town of Mulhouse, 1904. Died in Paris, July 14, 1996. NYer work: 1931 -1965. Key collection: Alain's Steeplechase ( Simon & Schuster, 1957).

 Constantin Alajalov Born Constantin Aladjalov, 1900, Rostov-on-the-Don, Russia. Died Oct., 1987, Amenia, New York. NYer work: !926 -1960. Perhaps best known for his New Yorker covers ( he also supplied cover art to other publications).    Key collection: Conversation Pieces (The Studio Publications Inc., 1942) w/ commentary by Janet Flanner.

Edward H. Allison  NYer work; One drawing, Jan. 24, 2000

 

Gideon Amichay ( photo above courtesy of Mr. Amichay)  NYer work: January 16, 1995 - .  Website: www.gideonamichay.com/
 

C.W. Anderson Born, Wahoo, Nebraska, 1891. Died 1971. NYer work: Dec. 26, 1926 - July 1, 1933. Anderson went on to author the popular Billy and Blaze books for young readers.

George Annand    NYer work:  One drawing, July 12, 1952

Henry Anton (see Steig, Henry Anton)

 

Ed Arno  (photo above, NYC, 1984)  Born July 17, 1916 in Czernowitz (Austro-Hungarian monarchy), died, NY, 2008.  NYer work: 1969 - 2008. Collection: Ed Arno's Most Wanted ( Turtle Point Press, 1998).


Peter Arno  (Pictured above.  Source: Look, 1938) Born Curtis Arnoux Peters, Jr., January 8, 1904, New York City. Died February 22, 1968, Port Chester, NY. NYer work: 1925 -1968. Key collection: Ladies & Gentlemen (Simon & Schuster, 1951) The Foreword is by Arno.

 

 

Andrea Arroyo  (pictured above) NYer work: October 26, 1992 -.  Website:www.andreaarroyo.com/

Jose Arroyo NYer work: April 28, 2008 - .

Jose Aruego   NYer work: one drawing, January 9, 1971

Niculae Asciu  Born April 5, 1942, Cerna Voda, Romania.  Died, March 3, 2013, Queens, New York. NYer work: 3 covers and 23 cartoons from 1974 thru 1990. See his New York Times obit (March 17, 2013)  for more information. 

T. K. Atherton  Born 1952, Chicago. NYer work: 1980 -.

 

Aaron Bacall (self portrait, above, courtesy of Mr. Bacall)  NYer work: Oct 20, 1997 - .   Website: www.bacallcartoons.com

Tom Bachtell NYer work: November 18, 2004 - .


Peggy Bacon ( Self portrait above from Faces & Facts, 1937) Born May 2, 1895, Ridgefield, Ct.. Died January 4, 1987, Kennebunk, Maine. NYer work: 1927 -1950, included poetry, and fiction as well as cartoons. Key collection: Off With Their Heads! (Robert M. McBride & Co. 1934)

 

Howard Baer (photo above from Esquire Cartoon Album, 1957) Born 1906, Finleyville, Pa.. Died, New York, 1986.  NYer work: 1933 -1937

 

Bruce Bairnsfather  (photo above)  NYer work: 1929 - 1931.  Mark Warby's site dedicated to Bairnsfather's career:  vwww.brucebairnsfather.org.uk/

Ernest Hamlin Baker  NYer work: one drawing, June 25, 1927

Cyrus Baldridge   NYer work: one drawing, November 10, 1951

 

Perry Barlow ( photo above  from barlowgeneology.com) Born 1892, McKinney, Texas. Died, Westport, Connecticut,  December 26,1977. NYer work: 1926 -1974, with 1,574 drawings and 135 covers.  According to Barlow's obit in The New York Times (Dec. 27, 1977) William Shawn called him "one of the gentlest and most humane of all comic artists...he was also one of our  three or four most prolific people." In the same piece, James Geraghty  (The New Yorker's Art editor from 1939 thru 1973) said "he often tried to interest Mr. Barlow in publishing a book of his drawings 'but he was halfhearted about it.'"  Mr. Barlow's wife, Dorothy Hope Smith,  played a role in his work:  she colored-in his covers because her husband was partly color blind. 

Bob Barnes   NYer work: 1 drawing: March 6, 1948

H. Barnes  NYer work: one drawing, February 2, 1929

 

 Mat Baron ( with Adam Cooper) NYer work: October 6, 2014 --.

 

Charles Barsotti  (photo above)  Born, San Marcos, Texas, September 28, 1933.  Mr. Barsotti was briefly the cartoon editor of The Saturday Evening Post ( from 1968 until its demise in 1969).  The New York Times review of his 1981 collection "Kings Don't Carry Money"  led  with the following:"Thurber lives, in Kansas City under the name of Charles Barsotti."   His deceptively simple line drawings of pups and kings, and businessmen  have been a presence in The New Yorker for over fifty years. It is likely that Mr. Barsotti is the only New Yorker cartoonist to have ever run for Congress (an unsuccessful bid, in 1972, in Kansas). NYer work: 1962 - . Key collections: Kings Don't Carry Money (Dodd, Mead, 1981), and The Essential Charles Barsotti, Compiled and Edited by Lee Lorenz (Workman, 1998). Website: http://www.barsotti.com/

Link to Ink Spill's Charles Barsotti appreciation

 

Ralph Barton (photo above) Born August 14, 1891, Kansas City, Mo. Committed suicide on May 2oth, 1931 in NYC. NYer work: 3rd issue of The New Yorker, March 7th 1925 -- May 23, 1931.  Key book:  Ralph Barton: The Last Dandy (University of Missouri Press, 1991) by
Bruce Kellner

Donna Barstow  NYer work: March 17, 2003 - .

Donald Barthelme   Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1931.  died, Houston, Texas, 1989.  NYer work (cartoons): a four page spread, January 12, 1976. Link to the University of Texas at Dallas Barthelme bio

 

H.M. Bateman (above)  Born, Sutton Forest, New South Wales, Australia, February 15, 1887.  Died, 1970.  NYer work: one (full page) drawing, October 13, 1928   Website: www.hmbateman.com/

 

Roland Baum  (above. Photograph courtesy of the Baum family)Born, 1905.  Died, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972.  NYer work: four drawings: July 13, 1929, August 30, 1930, October 18, 1930, and June 25, 1932

Glen Baxter  NYer work: May 8, 1989 - .

Ben Hur Baz   Born in Mexico, 1906. Died, 2003.  Primarily known for his pin-up girl work, much of which appeared in Esquire.   NYer work: 1928 -1929.

Kate Beaton NYer work:  June 7, 2010 -.  See Wikipedia for a bio.

Franklin (Frank) Beaven Born, Lebanon, Indiana, c.1905. Died Allendale, New Jersey, 1975. NYer work: May 20, 1933 - March 2, 1946. Beaven also wrote articles for the old Life , and Judge. Besides The New Yorker, his cartoons appeared in Colliers, The Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, and others.

Ludwig Bemelmans   Born, April 27, 1898. Died, October 1, 1962.  NYer work: contributed  six cartoons and thirty-two covers as well written pieces in a  New Yorker career that began in October of 1937 and lasted until August 1962.  He achieved lasting fame with his Madeline childrens books.

Keith Bendis  NYer work: August 23, 2004 -.  Website: www.keithbendis.com/

Nora Benjamin Born, New York City, 1899. NYer work: Five drawings between May 12, 1928 - April 12, 1930.

Bill Berg   NYer work: one drawing, January 26, 1946

 

Mike Berry NYer work:  five drawings: September 7, 1935 -- March 23, 1940

Daniel Beyer Born, June 4, 1968, Elkhorn, Wisconsin. NYer work: August 25, 2008 - .

Michael Biddle NYer work: three drawings, September 30, 1961, November 4, 1961, February 24, 1962.

Reginald Birch   Born, May 2, 1856, London, England.  Died,  June 17, 1943, Bronx, New York.  A founding member of The Society of Illustrators, Birch came to prominence with his illustrations for Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1886  "Little Lord Fauntleroy." A book celebrating his long career "Reginald Birch -- His Book" was published in 1938 by Harcourt,  Brace & Co.  According to his New York Times obit (June 18, 1943) his work appeared in nearly 200 publications .  NYer work: one drawing, November 17, 1928

Cyril Kenneth Bird  Born, London, December 17, 1887. Died, 1965. NYer work: 1 cartoon, March 28, 1925. Known professionally under the name Fougasse, Bird became art editor of Punch in 1937, and assumed the title of editor in 1949. Key book: The Good-Tempered Pencil, A Survey of Modern British and American Humorous Art (Max Reinhardt, 1956).

Abe Birnbaum Born, New York City, 1899. Died in 1966. NYer work: 1929 -1974

Mahlon Blaine (his self portrait above, 1928) Born 1894, died 1969 (?).  NYer work: three drawings,  March 20 1926,  May 15, 1926 & June 26 1926  Link to more about Mr. Blaine: www.bpib.com/illustra2/blaine.htm

Harry Bliss   NYer work: Jan. 5, 1998  - .Website: www.harrybliss.com/main_content.html

Barry Blitt  Born in Montreal.  NYer work: January 10, 1994 -.   His first contribution to the magazine was a cover, one of many to come for the magazine. His cover,  "Politics of Fear" for the issue of  July 21, 2008 was and remains  a cause celebre.  His first cartoon appeared December 18, 2006.  Website: barryblitt.com    Mr. Blitt's Wikipedia entry (with personal and professional history). 

A. Bloomberg  NYer work: September 20, 1930

Victor Bobritsky   (Vladimir Bobri) Born, May 13, 1898. Died, Rosendale, New York, November 3, 1986. NYer work: one drawing, May 15, 1926. Seven covers. Link to his Wikipedia entry.

Simon Bond  Born, August 19, 1947, New York City; Died: June 22, 2011, Northamptonshire, England.  NYer work, five drawings, August 6, 1979  through  April 25, 1988 . Key collection: 101 Uses For a Dead Cat ( Three Rivers Press, 1988)

George Booth Born Nov 13, 1926, Cainesville, MO. NYer work: 1969 - . Key collections: Think Good Thoughts About A Pussycat (Dodd, Mead, 1975), Rehearsal's Off! (Dodd, Mead, 1976), Omnibooth: The Best of George Booth ( Congdon & Weed, 1984), The Essential George Booth, Compiled and Edited by Lee Lorenz ( Workman, 1998)

David Borchart  Born, St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 7 1956.  NYer work: Sep. 24, 2007 - . Website: ghoulisland.com/

Douglas Borgstedt   Born, January 3, 1911. Died, February 6, 2001.  NYer work: 1937 -1943.

Herb Breneman  NYer work: one drawing, June 22, 1929

Robert "Buck" Brown   Born, Morrison, Tennessee, February 3, 1936; Died, July 2, 2007. Chicago. NYer work: 1 drawing: August 19, 1996. Known primarily for his work in Playboy, his association with that magazine began in 1961. A biography: http://www.thehistorymakers.com/

M.K. Brown Born in Connecticut. NYer work: July 13, 1998 - .

 

Johan Bull (photograph above, dated 1934, courtesy of the Bull family)  Born c. 1894, Oslo. Died Stowe, Vermont, Sept. 1945. NYer work (cartoons): July 4, 1925 - Oct. 22, 1927 *his NYTs obit says he contributed to The New Yorker until 1930, perhaps the last three years he contributed spot drawings(?)

Gilbert Bundy  Born, Centralia, Illinois, 1911.  Died, 1955.  NYer work: 1932 -1937.

Loy Byrnes   NYer work: one drawing, September 14, 1929

Pat Byrnes   NYer work: 1998 - .

John Caldwell  Born, Cohoes, NY, 1946.  NYer work: 1999 - 2002   Website: caldwellcartoons.com/index.html

 

E. Simms Campbell  (photo above)  Born, 1906. Died, 1971.  NYer work: 1932 -1942. Key  collections: Cuties in Arms (1943) - the earliest published collection of cartoons by an African-American cartoonist); More Cuties in Arms (also 1943); and Chorus of Cuties (1953)

Jerry Capa  NYer work: one drawing, April 26, 1976

D. T. Carlisle  NYer work: one drawing, July 23, 1938

Joseph R. Carroll    Born  June 7, 1919, New York City.  Died, December 30, 2010.   NYer work: one drawing, January 16, 1984. Mr. Carroll began working at the New Yorker in 1936, eventually rising to become Editorial Production Director, responsible for laying out every issue of the magazine. He also oversaw production of numerous New Yorker Albums (the magazine's cartoon collections).

H.H. Caviedes  NYer work: one drawing, May 28, 1938 

Robert Censoni  NYer work: February 16, 1963 - August 26, 1972.

Oscar Cesare   NYer work: 1 drawing, April 11, 1925

Tom Chalkley NYer work: February 1, 1999 - .  Website: www.tomchalk.com/index.php

P. Chapman   NYer work: one drawing, April 10, 1926

H. M. Charleton  NYer work: December 21, 1929

Roz Chast  Born, Brooklyn, NY. NYer work: 1978 - . Key collections: Unscientific Americans (Dolphin/Doubleday, 1982), Theories of Everything ( Bloomsbury, 2006)

Tom Cheney  Born 1954, Norfolk, Virginia. NYer work: 1978 - Wikipedia link: .en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Cheney_(cartoonist)

David Christianson  NYer work: 1975 -1978.

Tom Chitty  NYer work: October 13, 2014 --. Website: drawnbytom.com/

Robert Churchill  NYer work:  five drawings between 1949  & 1952

 

Richard Cline  (photo above, NYC, 1984) NYer work: 1981 -.

Roger Clouse  NYer work: one drawing, May 10, 1958

Sam Cobean Born, December 28, 1913, Gettysburgh, Penn. Died, July 2, 1951, Watkins Glen, New York. NYer work: 1944 -1951. Collections: Cobean's Naked Eye (Harper Bros.,1950), the Cartoons of Cobean (Harper & Bros.,1952). Cobean's Estate set up a terrific website in his honor.  It includes a lengthy biography, with photographs, as well as a detailed listing of all Cobean's published work.    Website: Sam Cobean's World http://www.samcobean.com/

Lloyd Coe  Born, Edgartown, Massachusetts, 1899.  Died, Glouster, Massachusetts, October, 1976.   According to his obit in the New York Times (October 12, 1976) Mr. Coe "illustrated more than 40 books for teenagers, mostly on American history."  NYer work: one drawing, May 18, 1935

Jonny Cohen NYer work: Nov. 11, 2002 - .

Mr. Colby  NYer work: one drawing, June 13, 1936

Nate Collier   NYer work: 1 drawing, March 14, 1925.

Raul Colon  NYer work: one drawing, June 11, 1938

J.S. Cook  NYer work: two drawings, April 30, 1927 & May 28, 1927

Adam Cooper (with Mat Baron)  NYer work: October 6, 2014 --.

John Corcoran NYer work; 1967 -.

Frank Cotham  Born 1948, Jacksonville, Florida. NYer work: 1993 -.

Miguel Covarrubias  NYer work: 1925 -- 2nd issue through June of '25.

Dave Coverly  NYer work: April 23, 2007 -. website:www.creators.com/comics/speed-bump-about.html

A. Cramer   NYer work: 2 drawings. September 27, 1947/ July 19, 1952

Michael Crawford  Born, Oswego, NY.   NYer work: 1984 - . Website:www.michaelcrawford.org/

Aline Kominsky-Crumb   NYer work: 1998 - .

R. Crumb NYer work: 1994 - . Website: http://www.crumbproducts.com/

 

Leo Cullum  (photo above, NYC, 1997)  Born January 11, 1942. Died, October 23, 2010, Los Angeles, Ca.  NYer work: 1976 -2010.  See the NYTs obit, as well as the Ink Spill appreciation, Oct 25, 2010.

 

Gregory d'Alessio (Photo above from College Humor, 1938) Born Sept. 25, 1904, NYC. NYer work: 1934 -1940.

 

Chad Darbyshire aka C. Covert Darbyshire (photo above) NYer work: July 2, 2001 -.

 

Whitney Darrow, Jr. (photo above)  Born August 22, 1909, Princeton, NJ. Died August, 1999, Burlington, Vermont. NYer work: 1933 -1982. Quote (Darrow writing of himself in the third person): ...in 1931 he moved to New York City, undecided between law school and doing cartoons as a profession. The fact that the [New Yorker's] magazine offices were only a few blocks away decided him..." (Quote from catalogue, Meet the Artist, 1943)

Joe Dator NYer work: August 28, 2006 - . Website: http://www.joedator.com/

James Daugherty ( aka Jimmie-the-Ink) Born, Ashville, North Carolina, 1890. Died, February 21, 1974, Boston, Mass. According to his NYTs obit (Feb 22, 1974) Daugherty was "an early nonobjective artist of the synchromist school, which structured paintings by means of flat planes and discs of brilliant colors..." He was also an acclaimed children's book author, who received The Newberry Medal in 1940 for his book "Daniel Boone". He contributed 19 drawings and two covers to The New Yorker, from August 1, 1925 through April 10, 1926.

Sal Davenport   NYer work: one drawing, May 23, 1931

Baron Davis  NYer work; 3 drawings:  Sept 11, 1937 / Jan 8, 1938 / Dec 10, 1938

 

Chon Day  (self portrait above from Collier's Collects Its Wits)  Born April 6, 1907, Chatham , NJ. Died January 1, 2000, Rhode Island. NYer work: 1931 - 1998. Collection: I Could Be Dreaming (Robert M. McBride & Co., 1945)

Robert Day Born, 1900, San Bernardino, California. Died, February, 1985, Gravette, Arkansas. NYer work: 1931 -1976. Collection: All Out For the Sack Race! (Random House, 1945)

Abner Dean Born, New York City, March 18, 1910. Died, June 30, 1982, NYC.  According to his New York Times obit (July 1, 1982) Dean "started his career at the National Academy of Design and went to Dartmouth College, where he graduated in 1931."  He published numerous collections of his work, including It's A Long Way to Heaven  (Farrar & Rinehart, 1945) and Wake Me When It's Over (Simon & Schuster, 1955). Although primarily a cover artist for The New Yorker (he contributed five, all in the 1930s), he did publish one drawing in the magazine: January 2, 1960. 

 

Richard Decker  (pictured above) Born, Philadelphia, Penn. May 6, 1907. Died, November 1, 1988.   NYer work,  1931 - 1969,  over 900 drawings, and four covers.

Eldon Dedini ( Pictured above. Source: Esquire Cartoon Album, 1957)  Born 1921, King City, Calif. Died Jan.12, 2006, Carmel, Calif. NYer work: 1950 - 2003. Collection: The Dedini Gallery ( Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1961)  

D' Egville  NYer work; one drawing, May 16, 1925

Paul Degen NYer work: June 3, 1974 -

Adolf Dehn (pictured above)  Born, Minnesota, Nov. 22, 1895; died, New York City, May 19. 1968.  Primarily a lithographer, Dehn's work is said to be collected by 20 museums, including The Smithsonian and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY.   NYer work: three drawings, Sept. 6. 1930; June 15, 1935; May 23, 1936. A bio from the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art: www.sama-art.org/info/publications/catalog/dehn_cat/dehn_text.html

William de la Torre NYer work: Feb 19, 1944 - August 15, 1953

Julian de Miskey Born 1898, died 1976. NYer work: 1925 - 1962.  The New Yorker's database indicates he contributed 82 cartoons and 62 covers.  His first published  New Yorker piece was a cover for the issue of  May 23, 1925. The following information from de Miskey's bio on the Papillion Gallery site:  born in Hungry,  came to the United States in 1914.  After attending the NYC's Art Students League, he began contributing to various publications, eventually contributing to the New Yorker in its first year of publication.  

Harold Denison  Born, 1876. Died, 1940. NYer work: July 31, 1926 - July 25, 1931

Victor De Pauw (Photo above, 1924)    Born, Belgium, 1902. Died, 1971.  NYer work: 1928 -1948.   Photo above from website: depauwfineart.com/biography.html

 

Drew Dernavich  ( Photo above by Liza Donnelly) NYer work: September 2002 - . Website: http://www.drewdernavich.com/

Rodney de Sarro NYer work: 3 drawings, December 11, 1943 - May 13, 1944

Andre De Schaub  Born, Petrograd, 1898; Died, February, 1927.  NYer work: 5 covers ( Oct. 23, 1926, Nov. 20, 1926, Jan. 22, 1927, April 23, 1927, Dec. 24, 1927) , 1 cartoon (October 16, 1926).  His was the very first contributor obituary appearing in The New Yorker. Dated April 23, 1927, it was written by Katharine White. 

 

 

Matthew Diffee   (Photo above by Liza Donnelly, 2007)  Born, Denton, Texas, Jan. 7 1970.  NYer work: Jan. 18,1999 - . Edited two collections; The Rejection Collection: Cartoons You Never Saw, and Never Will See, in The New Yorker ( Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 2006), The Rejection Collection, Vol.2: The Cream of the Crap (Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 2007).  Website: www.steampoweredhour.com/

Liza Donnelly Born, Washington, D.C. NYer work: 1982 - Key book: Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons (Prometheus, 2005).  Edited: Mothers & Daughters ( Ballantine, 1993), Fathers & Sons ( Ballantine, 1994), Sex & Sensibility: Ten Women Examine the Lunacy of Modern Love...in 200 Cartoons ( Twelve, 2008).  Co-authored with Michael Maslin:  Husbands & Wives ( Ballantine 1995),  Call Me When You Reach Nirvana ( Andrew & McMeel, 1995),  Cartoon Marriage ( with Michael Maslin) (Random House, 2009), When Do They Serve the Wine?( Chronicle, 2010).  Donnelly also wrote and illustrated a popular series of dinosaur books for children ( Dinosaur Day, Dinosaur Beach, Dinosaur Halloween, etc.) all published by Scholastic.  Website: http://www.lizadonnelly.com

 
John Donohue NYer work: October 18, 2004 - .

Leonard Dove Born 1906, Great Yarmouth, England. Died, New York City, January , 1972. NYer work: Dec. 17, 1924 - Jan. 18, 1964

Nick Downes   NYer work: 1998 - .Website:nickdownes.com/Menu.html

 

Boris Drucker  (photo above by Liza Donnelly, Washington, D.C., early 1980s)  NYer work: 1967 - .  Born, Philadelphia, Pa., May 22, 1921; died, Philadelphia, Pa., January, 2009. Key collection: Don't Pay Any Attention To Him, He's 90% Water : The Cartooning Career of Boris Drucker ( Syracuse University Press, 2006).

John Drummond    NYer work: one cartoon, October 2, 1965. Here's a link to a fairly good short bio of Mr. Drummond from an upstate New York historical societynewsletter dated 2005. 

Steve Duenes NYer work: April 23, 2001 - .

J.C. Duffy NYer work: November 9, 1998 - .Website:www.cartoonistgroup.com/properties/fuscobros/home.php

Gerald Dumas  Born, Detroit, Michigan, 1930. NYer work: August 27, 1960 - July 12, 1976

 

 

Alan Dunn  (self portrait above from Meet the Artist) Born in Belmar, New Jersey, August 11, 1900, died in New York City, 1975. NYer work: 1926 - 1974 Key collections: Rejections (Knopf, 1931), Who's Paying For This Cab? (Simon & Schuster, 1945), A Portfolio of Social Cartoons ( Simon & Schuster, 1968). One of the most published New Yorker cartoonists (1,906 cartoons) , Mr. Dunn was married to Mary Petty -- together they lived and worked at 12 East 88th Street, where, according to the NYTs,  Alan worked "seated in a small chair at a card table,  drawing in charcoal and grease pencil."

 

Roger Duvoisin (photo above)  Born August 28, 1904, Geneva, Switzerland. Died, 1980. Primarily a cover artist for The New Yorker -- he published 32 -- with five cartoons in a career that began in the issue of February 2, 1935 and lasted until the issue of August 1, 1959.  He became most famous as a children's book author, winning a Caldecott in 1947.

Caroline Dworin Born, London England.   NYer work: April 16, 2007 - .

William Dwyer   NYer work: two drawings, March 14, 1931, and April 4, 1931.  Here's a short bio:thelaurelmagazine.com/news/

E. K. Easton  NYer work: one drawing, April 27, 1929

 

Bob Eckstein  (photo above courtesy of  the artist)  Born, New York, NY, Feb. 27 1963. NYer work: July 2007 Author of The History of the Snowman (Simon & Schuster, 2007).  NYer work: 2007 -.  Website: www.bobeckstein.com/ 

Isaac Littlejohn Eddy Born April 23, 1979, central Vermont. Eddy's non-fiction cartoons have appeared in the New York Times online, and Time online.  A single panel series "Littlejohn" appears in the Herald of Randolph, an independent weekly Vermont newspaper.  He also performs full time as a Blue Man at the Astor Place Theater in NYC. Nyer work: March 8, 2010 - . Website: littlejohncomicsportfolio.blogspot.com/search/label/BIO

K.R. Edwards     NYer work: one drawing, April 3, 1926

E. J. Ellison    NYer work: one drawing, July 22, 1933

Walter  J. Enright   Born Chicago, Illinois, 1879, died, Delray Beach, Florida, January, 1969  NYer work: one drawing, September 3, 1927. According to his obit in The New York Times (January 20, 1969), Mr. Enright  studied at the Art Institue of Chicago before becoming a cartoonist for The New York Evening World in the 1920s, The New York American in the early 1930s, The Miami Herald from 1933 - 1943 and the Palm Beach Post from 1943 - 1948.

Benita Epstein  NYer  work: 1999 - . Website: www.benitaepstein.com/

Eric Ericson   Born, February 14, 1914, East Orange, New Jersey. Attended the Art Student's League; sold his first drawing to Collier's.  NYer work: 22 drawings, June 9, 1945 -- January 18, 1958. (biographical source: Best Cartoons of 1943)

Alden Erikson  Born November 5, 1928, Waltham, Massachusetts.   NYer work: 1983 -.

Rob Esmay  NYer work: November 28, 2005 - .

Jaro Fabry   Born, 1912, died Yonkers, NY, February, 1952NYer work: one drawing, March 2, 1935. According to his NYTs obit(February 19, 1952), Mr. Fabry attended Yale and later the Art Students League. Key collection: Jaro Fabry: The Art of Fashion, Style, and Hollywood in THe 1930s -1940s

Graham Falk  NYer work: 2 drawings: May 31, 1976, April 25, 1983

Joseph Fannel  NYer work: 3 drawings, Aug. 29, 1925 / Nov 7, 1925 / Nov 14, 1925

 

Joseph Farris ( photo above by Liza Donnelly, NYC, 1997) Born 1924, Newark, NJ.. NYer work: 1956 - . Collection: Just A Cog In The Wheel ( Bob Adams, Inc., 1989).

Nancy Fay Born Mabel Augusta Brigg, Homer, New York, 1893. Died, c.1930, France. NYer work: July 7, 1928 - June 27,1931.

Jules Feiffer NYer work: 1992 - Website: http://www.julesfeiffer.com/

Alan Ferguson   NYer work: 1 drawing, February 14, 1942.

Alberto Fermuro  NYer work: two drawings: August 13, 1960 & September 24, 1960

Michael Ffolkes Born Brian Davis, London, c.1925. Died, London, 1988. NYer work: 10 drawings from February 26, 1979 - June 8, 1987. According to his NYTs obit (Oct.26, 1988), Ffolkes "chose the pseudonym...out of Burke's Peerage, telling colleagues with typical wryness that it connoted illegitimacy."

 

Liana Finck  ( Pictured above.  Photo: John Madere) Born in 1986.  Studied at Cooper Union College, 2004 - 2008. Fulbright Fellowship to Brussels, 2009.  Her graphic novel A Bintel Brief will be published by Ecco Press in the winter of 2013; the project has been supported by a grant from the Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists.   NYer work: February 25, 2013 -. Website: www.lianafinck.com/notecards/

 

 

Ed Fisher ( Pictured above, mid 1980s.  Photograph by Liza Donnelly) Born, Bronx, New York, October 24,1926. Died, 2013.  NYer work: 1951 - 2000. Key collections: Ed Fisher's First Folio (Macmillan, 1959), Ed Fisher's Domesday Book ( St. Martin's, 1961)

Emily Flake NYer work: September 15, 2008 - . Website: http://www.eflakeagogo.com/

Floherty, Jr. NYer work: 4 drawings, between April 18, 1931 - Feb. 9, 1935.

Douglas Florian  Born, New York City, 1955. First published cartoons and covers in The New Yorker in 1977. He has also created more than fifty children's books including the national bestseller insectlopedia (Harcourt, 1998), Comets, Stars, the Moon, and Mars (Harcourt, 2007), Dinothesaurus (Simon & Schuster, 2009), and Poetrees (Simon & Schuster, 2010). His abstract paintings have been exhibited at many galleries and museums. NYer work: 1977- .Website: www.douglasflorian.com Blog: floriancafe.blogspot.com/

Evan Forsch NYer work: Oct. 30, 2006 -. Website: http://www.evan4sh.com/

Fougasse see Bird, Cyril Kenneth

Dana Fradon  Born, Chicago, illinois, 1922. NYer work: May 1, 1948 - . Collection: Insincerely Yours (Scribners, 1978)

 

Arnoldo Franchioni  (pictured above) Born Buenos Aires, 1928. Died, November, 2012.  NYer work: two drawings, April 4, 1994 & May 27, 1996.

Ed Frascino Born, Bronx, NY. ("near the zoo"). NYer work: 1965 - . Collection: Avocado Is Not Your Color and Other Scenes of Married Bliss ( Penguin Books, 1983)

Andre Francois (pictured above, 1978)   Birth/death information from his New York Times obit of April 15, 2005: Born Andre Farkas, 1915, Timisoara.  Died,  April, 2005, Grisy-les-Platres, France.

Known primarily for his New Yorker covers, of which there were 54, he also contributed two illustrations (his illustration of May 7, 2001, accompanying an article on mussels was his last published piece in the New Yorker).  He also contributed one drawing. It appeared in the issue of December 19, 1964. 

Ian Frazier Born 1951, Cleveland, Ohio. NYer work (cartoons) : 1978 -.

Margaret Freeman  NYer work: one drawing, February 18, 1928

Andy Friedman aka Larry Hat. NYer work: April 23, 2001 -.  Website: www.andyfriedman.net/home.html

 

Al Frueh (pictured above)  Born, Lima, Ohio 1880; died, Sharon, Connecticut, 1968. NYer work: 1925 - 1962. Here's a good piece about Mr. Frueh's life.

 

Tom Funk  (photo above)  NYer work: 1 drawing, July 20, 1946.  Though Mr. Funk had only one cartoon published in The New Yorker, and thus a shoe-in for the One Club, went on to contribute seemingly hundreds of spot drawings to the magazine.  

J.H. Fyfe  NYer work:  eighteen drawings from January 15, 1927 through October 13, 1928.

W.C. Galbraith NYer work: 1929 - 1940.

D.W. Gale   NYer work: one drawing, April 23, 1927

 

Felipe Galindo (above) Born, Cuernavaca, Mexico.  Mr. Galindo uses "Feggo" as his professional name. NYer work: October 28, 2002 - . Website: http://www.feggo.com/

Robert Gallivan (pictured above.  Photograph courtesy of his sister, Mary Gallivan)  Born, Chicago, illinois, March 13, 1914.  Died, December 19, 2009,  age 95.  Attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts before beginning a long career contributing to such magazines as The Saturday Evening Post, Colliers, American Boy, and Esquire. NYer work: July 20, 1940  - May 4, 1946.  For a fuller bio go to: michaelmaslin.com/index.php

Eli Garson NYer work: August 12, 1933 - August 17, 1940

 

Mary Gauerke  (photo above) NYer work: three drawings: November 17, 1956 / April 13, 1963 / October 16, 1965

Arthur Geisert  NYer work: September 19, 2005 - .

 

 

                       

Thurston Gentry  Born, Dallas, Texas, 1905.  (Photograph, above,  of Mr. Gentry courtesy of his family; self portrait, above,  from Colliers Collects Its Wits)  NYer work: one drawing, December 4, 1937. Ink Spill post on Gentry, with additional biographical information

 

James Geraghty * (photo above, Geraghty in his office at The New Yorker, 25 West 43rd St., 1948.  Used with permission of Sarah Geraghty Herndon).  Born Spokane, Washington, 1904. died Venice, Florida, January, 1983. While not a cartoonist, Geraghty's contribution to the art of the New Yorker was substantial. He contributed material to cartoonists before and during his association with The New Yorker, where he served as art editor from 1939 until 1973, when the title passed to Lee Lorenz. In Geraghty's NYTs obit (Jan 20, 1983), William Shawn said: "Along with Harold Ross, who was the first editor of the magazine, Geraghty set the magazine's comic art on its course and he helped determine the direction in which the comic art would go and is still going."

Mort Gerberg NYer work: April 10, 1965 - . Co-edited, with Ron Wolin & Ed Fisher,  The Art in Cartooning: Seventy-five Years of American Magazine Cartoons ( Charles Scribner & Son, 1975). 

Arthur Getz Born, Passaic, New Jersey, 1913;  died, 1996. NYer work: 1938 -1988. Primarily a cover artist, he had one cartoon published: March 15, 1958. (You might say his career  was a mirror image of George Price's, who was one of the most prolific cartoonists, with over 1200 published,  and one cover).    According to the official Getz website, he was the most prolific of all New Yorker cover artists, having 213 appear during the fifty years he contributed to the magazine. The official Getz website, containing his biography: www.getzart.com/

 

Mary Gibson  (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1947) NYer work: eight drawings, June 26, 1943 - April 29 1950

Herbert Goldberg NYer work: August 29, 1953 - June 28, 1979

Walter Goldstein NYer work: 2 drawings: 1 in May 22, 1948 ; 1 in Nov. 8, 1952.

Jake Goldwasser  Nyer work:  October 13, 2014 --

Bud Grace  Born 1945 Chester, Pennsylvania. . NYer work: 1 drawing, March 1, 1982

Martha Gradisher NYer work: 2006 - .

 

Alex S. Graham (above)  Born, Glasgow, Scotland, 1917; died, Dec.3, 1991.  Graham was responsible for a single panel series called "The Eavesdropper" —a man overhears passersby conversation and imagines something (in a thought bubble) most likely entirely unrelated to the conversation. Very funny.  NYer work: 15 drawings, 1953-1961.  See his Wikipedia entry for more information.

Greasley  NYer work: one drawing, January 8, 1927

Gerald Green Born 1928, Omaha, Nebraska. NYer work: 2 drawings: January 23, 1937, March 13, 1937.

William Green  NYer work: one drawing, August 14, 1937

Alex Gregory   NYer work: 1999 - .

 

William Gropper   (Self portrait, above from The Business of Cartooning, 1939)  Born, December 3, 1897, NYC. Died, January 6, 1977, Manhasset, NY. 1 drawing, April 11, 1942. Quote:"I owe a great deal to the east side of New York. I was hit on the head with a rock in a gangfight...that's how I became an artist." [Quote from catalogue, Meet the Artist, 1943]. For a brief bio of Gropper "the workingman's protector" visit: http://specialcollections.wichita.edu/

 

 

Milton Gross (photo above)    Born March 4, 1895, Bronx, NY. Died, November 28, 1953. NYer work: one drawing, March 30, 1929. Milt Gross' papers at UCLA: http://content.cdlib.org/

Sam Gross Born 1933, Bronx, NY. NYer work: 1969 -.  Other than his work in The New Yorker Gross is probably best known for his work  in National Lampoon. He's edited a large number of collections, including Dogs Dogs Dogs, Cats Cats Cats, Food Food Food: A Feast of Great Cartoons (originally published as All You Can Eat: A Feast of Great Cartoons); Golf Golf Golf,  Ho! Ho! Ho!, Movies Movies Movies. Key collections: I Am Blind and My Dog is Dead (Avon, 1978), An Elephant is Soft and Mushy (Avon, 1982)

Robert Grossman NYer work: 1962 - . Website: http://www.robertgrossman.com/

John Groth  ( Self portrait above, from The Business of Cartooning, 1939 ) NYer work: 1940 -1945.

Tom Hachtman NYer worK: December 13, 1993 - .

William Haefeli  Born, 1953, Philadelphia, Pa. NYer work: 1998 - .

Harry W. Haenigsen Born July 14, 1901/ or 1900, New York City, died May 29, 1991, Warminster, Penn. NYer work: 1931-1939

 

Kaamran Hafeez (photo above courtesy of Mr. Hafeez) Following a Bachelor’s degree in music from the University of British Columbia in 1991, Mr. Hafeez moved to New York to study visual arts. After a year at Parson’s School of Design, he transferred to the architecture program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and while there, wrote and illustrated the editorial cartoon for the university’s newspaper, The Michigan Daily. In 2006 he returned to Vancouver, and in 2008 launched the digitally syndicated single-panel feature Bozo for Universal uclick’s Gocomics website. In 2010, he ended  his arrangement with Universal uclick to pursue a career in magazine cartooning. Kaamran's cartoons have been published in The New Yorker, Barron’s, Reader’s Digest, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Saturday Evening Post, and Medical Economics.  NYer work: 2010 --.  website: www.kaamranhafeez.com/

William Hamilton Born 1939, Palo Alto, Ca. NYer work: 1965 -

Malcolm Hancock   Born May 20, 1936, Erie, Co.  NYer work: 1974 - .

 J.B. Handelsman  (above, early 1980s.  Photo by Liza Donnelly) Born, Bronx, NY, Feb.5, 1922. Died, June, 2008, Southampton, NY.  Attended the Arts Students League and NYU.  According to his NYTs obit, written by Margalit Fox, (June 26, 2007) Mr. Handelsman moved to England in 1963 "where he began drawing for Punch; for 11 years, he wrote and illustrated a weekly feature called 'Freaky Fables' for the magazine. He returned to the United States in 1982." (NYer work: close to 950 cartoons, and five covers, nearly 1500 cartoons and   from 1961 through 2007)

Frank Hanely  NYer work:  six drawings, March 28, 1925 - June 27, 1925

Charlie Hankin (photo above, courtesy of Mr. Hankin)  NYer work: August  2013 -.  Website: charliehankin.com/  Link to Mr. Hankin's webseries (with Matt Porter):goodcopgreatcop.com/

Sidney Harris  NYer work: July 9, 1973 - . Harris is well known for his science themed cartoons, of which there are numerous collections. His website: www.sciencecartoonsplus.com/pages/bio.php 

Alice Harvey Born 1894, Austin, Illinois. NYer work: Oct. 17th,1925 - May 1, 1943.

Larry Hat see Andy Friedman

William Heaslip   NYer work:  one drawing, July 16., 1932

Piet Hein  NYer work: one drawing, March 17, 1951

W. E. Heitland   NYer work: 1 drawing, March 21, 1925

John Held Jr  (Pictured above.  Source: Sketchbook of American Humorists, 1938)  Born, January 10, 1889, Salt Lake City, Utah. Died, 1958, Belmar, New Jersey. NYer work: April 11, 1925 - Sept. 17, 1932.

O. Herford  NYer work: two drawings: one in 1928, one in 1929

Justin Herman Born, Philadelphia, 1907. Died, Dec. 3, 1983, Solebury Township, Penn. NYer: 3 drawings: September 10, 1927 / August 31, 1929 / December 21, 1929.   Following those three drawings he went on to contribut fiction and poetry to The New Yorker until April 9, 1938.

Don Herold Born, Bloomfield, Indiana, 1889. Died, Vero Beach, Florida, Jun1, 1966. NYer work (which included contributing fiction pieces) June 1, 1929 - April 7, 1934.

Leo Herschfield  NYer work: one drawing, January 15, 1938

Erik Hilgerdt NYer work: October 13, 2003- .

Ned Hilton Born 1904, Alhambra, California.  Died, NYC, August, 1967.  According to his obit in the NYTs (Aug 18, 1967) Hilton was a  cartoonist since age 14 when the San Francisco Chronicle began running his work.  Besides The New Yorker, Hilton's work appeared in  Esquire, Life and and Look magazines.  NYer work: May 19, 1934 — June 15, 1957 

Trevor Hoey NYer work:  October 12, 2009 -

Syd Hoff ( Pictured above.  Source: Esquire Cartoon album, 1957)  Born 1912, New York City, died May 12, 2004, Miami Beach, Florida. NYer work: 1931 - 1975. Website: http://www.sydhoff.org/

H.O. Hofman  NYer work: April 18, 1925 - October 22, 1927.

Helen Hokinson Born, Illinois,1893; died, Washington, D.C., 1949. NYer work: 1925 -1949, with some work published posthumously. All of Hokinson's collections are wonderful, but here are two favorites. Her first collection: So You're Going To Buy A Book! (Minton, Balch & Co, 1931) and what was billed as "the final Hokinson collection": The Hokinson Festival (Dutton & Co., 1956)

Tom Holloway  NYer work: 2 drawings in 1936

Bernard Hollowood  NYer work: two drawings: one in 1952, one in 1957

Pete Holmes NYer work: December 25, 2006 - .

Ellison Hoover Born, Cleveland, Ohio 1890 or 91; died NYC, March 1955.    NYer work: 1 drawing, May 16, 1925.

Marshall Hopkins  Began at The New Yorker as an assistant to the magazine's Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff.  NYer work: 2004 - .

Oscar Howard Born 1888; died Conn., Jan 7, 1942. NYer work: 1st issue of The New Yorker through Nov. 10, 1934.

David Huffine  (pen & ink self portrait from Best Cartoons of the Year 1943. Photo (April 1965) and portrait (by John H. Striebel) courtesy the family of David Huffine). Born Knoxville, Tenn., 1911; died at the age of 61 on April 13, 1973.  Huffine lived in New York City before moving to Woodstock, NY in the early 1940s. His work appeared in numerous magazines as well in the Best Cartoons of Year  series from 1943 through 1956  (with the exception of 1954).  NYer work: 4 drawings: 1 in 1940, 1 in 1941, 1 in 1942 , and 1 in 1945. 

 

 

E. F. Hubbard  NYer work: two drawings: October 30, 1926, November 6, 1926. Mr. Hubbard provided the cover art (above) for E.B. White's first book, The Lady is Cold ( Harper & Bros., 1929).

 

Albert Hubbell  (photo above, taken in the early 1960s)  Born, Duluth, Minnesota, 1908.  Died, 1994, Fairfield, Connecticut.  After spending time at The Art Students League in New York, and some time studying in Paris, Mr. Hubbell worked for a short time as Book Editor for both Time and Newsweek. He worked briefly at  The Chicago Sun  before joining the New Yorker where he began contributing to Notes & Comment (his first contribution was in the issue of January 16, 1943), as well as fiction.  In the April 22, 1944 issue, he contributed a cartoon (run full page) -- his only cartoon to appear in the magazine.  During his last twenty years at the magazine, his contributions were mostly covers  - nineteen of them appeared between 1964 and 1985.  His distinctive spot drawings also appeared in the magazine for many years.  Seemingly foreshadowing his run of covers, he told a reporter from the Wilton (Connecticut) Bulletin in 1961 that  "I've been trying -- and succeeding -- in enlarging the spot drawings.  Now I'm doing bigger ones and getting away with it."

Mr. Hubbell holds a unique position as the only temporary Art Editor in The New Yorker's history, filling in for James Geraghty, the magazine's Art Editor from 1939 thru 1973.  Hubbell held the temporary position for the first four months of 1943 while Geraghty was away participating in classes for the  Volunteer Officer Corps.

It's not difficult to imagine Mr. Hubbell was thinking of his own work when he wrote the following in his introduction to William Steig's 1990 collection, Our Miserable Life:

"...graphic art is best dealt with on its own terms -- lines and hatchings and smears and smudges put down on paper to convey a thought about something, or just to create a drawing, like Steig's of a rainy day, for its own sweet sake."

NYer work: January 16, 1943 - June 24, 1985

 

 

 

 Stan Hunt   (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1947)   Born February 6, 1912.  NYer work: August 11, 1956 - May 28, 1990.

Phil Hustis  NYer work: one drawing, July 6, 1946

E.F. Hynes  NYer work: one drawing, December 20, 1930

Amy Hwang Born, Arlington, Texas, 1978.  NYer work: November 8, 2010 -  Website: www.amyhwang.com/Amy_Hwang.html

 

 Rea Irvin  (pictured above. Self portrait above from Meet the Artist) *Born, San Francisco, 1881; died in the Virgin Islands,1972. Irvin was the cover artist for the New Yorker's first issue, February 21, 1925.  He was the magazine's  first art editor, holding the position from 1925 until 1939 when James Geraghty assumed the title. Irvin became art director and remained in that position until William Shawn succeeded Harold Ross. Irvin's last original work for the magazine was the magazine's cover of July 12, 1958. The February 21, 1925 Eustace Tilley cover had been reproduced every year on the magazine's anniversary until 1994, when R. Crumb's Tilley-inspired cover appeared. Tilley has since reappeared, with other artists substituting from time-to-time.

David Jacobson NYer work: September 25, 1989 -

 

Louis Jamme ( Pictured above. Photograph courtesy of the artist's family), Born 1913, Chicago, Illinois; died, April, 1949, Garden City, NY. NYer work: 1938 -1943 (includes Spot work).  Besides The New Yorker, Jamme's work was  published in over 16 magazines and newspapers, including The Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and Colliers.  He attended the California School of Arts and Crafts in Oakland from 1928 to 1931.  He was in the 2500th Army Air Force Base Unit during WWII that painted murals on government buildings, designed camouflage and drew posters. Key collections: Collier's Collects Its Wits ( Harcourt Brace & co., 1941), The 1942 New Yorker Album (Random house, 1941), and The Esquire Cartoon Album ( Doubleday, 1957).  

Carolita Johnson NYer work: October 20, 2003 - .

Sewell Johnson NYer work: one drawing, January 24, 1931

 

John Jonik  (photo above, NYC, 1984)  Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1942.  New Yorker work since 1975; editorial cartoons also, since 1995. Website: jonikcartoons.blogspot.com/

Zoran Jovanovic born August 25, 1938, Novi Sad.  NYer work: 1975 - .

John Kane  Place and year of birth: NA.  Died, March 10, 2010.  NYer work: November 24, 2003 - .

Bruce Eric Kaplan NYer work: 1991 - .

Paul Karasik (above)  NYer work: 1999 - .  Link to his Wikipedia entry: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Karasik

Nurit Karlin (above.  Photo taken at a Playboy holiday party, NYC, early 1990s).   Born in Jerusalem.  NYer work: 1974 - . Collection:  No Comment (Scribner, 1978).  For more on Karlin see pp 124 -130 of Liza Donnelly's Funny Ladies : The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons (Prometheus Books, 2005)

Zachary Kanin   Began at The New Yorker as an assistant to the magazine's Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff before becoming a staff cartoonist.  Mr. Kanin, is also, at present a writer for the television program, Saturday Night Live.   NYer work: 2005 - .

 

Farley Katz (above)  Began at The New Yorker as an assistant to the magazine's Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff.   NYer work: 2007 - . Website: farleykatz.wix.com/farleytown

 

Jason Adam Katzenstein   NYer work: November 17, 2014 --.

 

Al Kaufman  ( self portrait, above. According to his son, that's Mr. Kaufman's family popping up out of his head. Photo courtesy of Debra Ziss, Mr. Kaufman's niece.).  Born Alfred Kaufman, New York City, 1918. Died, age 59, May 1, 1977, Long Branch, New Jersey.  Kaufman studied at the City College of New York before moving to the Jersey shore in 1954. During WWII, he served in the Navy, stationed in the Philippines.   He became a full-time professional cartoonist in 1946 ( while working as the manager of a grocery store, he practiced cartooning in his off-hours).   A member of The National Cartoonists Guild and The International Cartoonists Society, he contributed to such magazines as The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, The Ladies Home Journal, This Week, King Features Syndicate, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Esquire, Look, and American Legion Magazine [ this information culled from two NJ newspapers:  The Daily Register, and The Red Bank Register as well as an article "They Make You Laugh: Al Kaufman," The Saturday Evening Post, July 29, 1961] New Yorker work:  ten drawings, December 13, 1947 through July 10, 1978 

Jeff Kaufman   NYer work:  One drawing, February 28, 1977

 

John Kaunus (self portrait above from Colliers Collects Its Wits, 1941) NYer work: April 24. 1937 -- May 6, 1944.

 

Jeff Keate  (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year, 1943)     Born, Vancouver, Columbia.  Attended Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. NYer work: one drawing, April 16, 1938

Robert Keith NYer work, one drawing, September 26, 1925

Eldon Kelley  NYer work: March 21, 1925 - June 17, 1961

Jim Kelly  NYer work: one drawing, July 7, 1934

T.E. Kennedy  NYer work: one drawing, June 17, 1933

Gilbert Kerlin   NYer work: 3 drawings, February 6, 1978, April 24, 1978, October 9, 1978

Hank Ketchum  Born, March 14, 1920, Seattle, Washington.  Died, June 1, 2001, Pebble Beach, California.  NYer work:  3 drawings: January 10, 1948, September 25, 1948 & November 12, 1949.  Mr. Ketchum invented Dennis the Menace.   

Ted Key NYer work: one drawing, March 5, 1938

Roch King  NYer work: 2 drawings: January 12, 1929 / February 2, 1929

David L. Kingman  NYer work: one drawing, August 5, 1933

 

Rollin Kirby (pictured above)  Born, September 4, 1875, Galva, Illinois. Died, May 8, 1952, NYC. According to his entry in The Encyclopedia Brittanica,  Mr. Kirby was a "political cartoonist who gave modern cartooning decisive impetus in the direction of graphic simplicity and high symbolic value."  Mr. Kirby was awarded three Pulitzer Prizes while working for the New York World.  NYer work: two drawings, both in 1929.

 

I. ("Izzy") Klein (pictured above)  Born Isidore Klein, Newark, New Jersey, October 12,1897.  Died, 1986.  His papers can be found at Syracuse University. NYer work, over 200 drawings from 1925 through 1937.

B.(Bernard) Kliban     Born, Norwalk, Connecticut, January 1, 1935.  Died, August 12, 1990, San Francisco, California. NYer work: 1 drawing, November 30, 1963.   B. Kliban became very well known following the publication of his 1975 book, Cat.   His Wikipedia page

John Klossner  Born, Utica, NY., 1960.   NYer work: October 27, 2008 -    Website: www.jklossner.com

Clayton Knight  born March 30, 1891, rochester, NY.  Died, Danbury Connecticut, July, 1969 NYer work: May 23, 1925 -- January 24, 1948. One cartoon, and one cover. Contributed to Comment. Mr. Knight is technically qualified to be a One Club member, as he only contributed one drawing, but as you can see, he delivered far more in his time at the magazine. Link here to a site with  further information.   

H.H. Knight  NYer work: six drawings, all in 1926

Leo Kober   Born, 1876. Died Sept. 1931, NY.   NYer work: 1 drawing, September 26, 1925. Was a staff artist for The Sunday World, as well as a writer )

Aline Kominsky (Crumb) NYer work: September 28, 1998 - .

Edward Koren Born, 1935. NYer work: 1961 - . Key collections: Do You Want To Talk About It? ( Pantheon, 1976), Well, There's Your Problem (Pantheon, 1980), Caution: Small Ensembles (Pantheon, 1983).

 

Anatol Kovarsky (photo above, NYC, 2013.  By Liza Donnelly) Born, Moscow. Collection: Kovarsky's World (Knopf, 1956) NYer work: 1947 -1969. Link to Ink Spill's Anatol Kovarsky appreciation 

Fernando Krahn NYer work: 2 drawings, 1963 / 1964.

Krakusin    NYer work: 1 drawing: March 22, 1930.

Robert Kraus Born 1925, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; died in 2001. NYer work: Sept. 6, 1947 - Jan. 25, 1969

John Kreuttner NYer work:  four drawings with the years: 1932, 1936, 1938.

Ken Krimstein (Pictured above, photograph and bio courtesy of the cartoonist) Born, Chicago, Illinois. Raised in Deerfield Illinois. Began drawing at age one. Graduated from Grinnel College and Northwestern University.  His work has appeared in "Punch," "The National Lampoon," "Narrativemagazine.com,"  several cartoon anthologies edited by Sam Gross and in others assembled by King Features "New Breed."  As a writer, he has published in mcsweeneys.net, "The New York Observer," and has read work as part of "Trumpet Fiction" at KGB bar in New York. Krimstein lives with his wife and three children in Manhattan. NYer work: August 7, 2000 - . Clarkson Potter will publish a collection in October of 2010. Website: www.afishwithlegs.com/

Peter Kuper  Born, 1958, Summit, New Jersey.  NYer work: June 6, 2011 - . Website: peterkuper.com  And for more biographical information, visit his Wikipedia page.

Ralph Lane  NYer work: one drawing, November 25, 1933

David Langdon  born, London, February 24, 1914. His work is perhaps most identified with Punch, where he contributed from 1937 through 1992, when Punch ceased to publish.  He was elected to the Punch Table in 1958.  NYer work: 1945 -1973. Key book: Langdon At Large ( Wingate, 1958)

Lapchek NYer work:  three drawings witihn the years 1932 -1934.

Carol Lay NYer work: 1994 - .

 

Pierre Le-Tan    NYer work: one drawing, June 14, 1976.  Although his one cartoon technically qualifies him as  a member of the One Club, Mr. Le-Tan contributed 18 New Yorker covers  between February 14, 1970 through April 27, 1987. 

John Leavitt  Born, 1984, California.  NYer work: 2005 - . Co-founder of Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School. Website: www.jleavitt.net/

Frederico ( Rico ) LeBrun Born, Naples, 1900. Died, May 9, 1964, Malibu, California.     An artist known for his paintings, murals ( New York City Post Office), sculptures and drawings, especially his work in an edition of Dante's "Inferno". His work appeared in The New Yorker once, in the issue of July 30, 1927.

Bill Lee NYer work; May 20, 1974 - .

Stuart Leeds  NYer work: April 27, 1981 -.

 

Alfred Leete  (photo above)  Born at Thorpe Church, Northamptonshire, England,  August 28, 1882; Died in London,  June 17, 1933. The son of a farmer, Leete had no formal art training. According to his obit in The Times of London, June 6. 1933: "...his work early showed a keen sense of humour and a bold technique, and was welcomed by the principal illustrated weekly papers and magazines."    NYer work: appeared in the very first issue of The New Yorker, February 21, 1925. Mr. Leete is uncredited in The New Yorker's database (listed only as "unidentified").  As of February 27, 2013, he's been identified (with the assistance of colleagues, Rick Marschall, Mike Lynch  and Brian Moore). A website bio

Robert Leighton  Born May 23, 1960, Long Island, NY.  A puzzle writer as well as a cartoonist, Leighton is one of three partners who founded the puzzle-writing company,  Puzzability.  See: The New Yorker Book of Cartoon Puzzles and Games (Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2006), authored by Puzzability, with introductions by Will Shortz, and Bob Mankoff.   Leighton's NYer work: 2002 - .

Glen Le Lievre NYer work: 2004 - .

Robert Lennen  NYer work: one drawing, May 27, 1933

Monroe Leung  NYer work: one drawing, January 22, 1949.

Arnie Levin Born 1938, Brooklyn, NY. Collection: I'll Skip the Appetizer -- I Ate the Flowers (Plume, 1980). NYer work: 1974 -

Eric Lewis NYer work: September 18, 2000 - .

Peter Lippman  NYer work: one drawing, October 7, 1972


Lee Lorenz ( Pictured above. Photograph taken 1995 by Liza Donnelly) *Born 1932, Hackensack, NJ. Lorenz was the art editor of The New Yorker from 1973 to 1993 and its cartoon editor until 1997. During his tenure, a new wave of New Yorker cartoonists began appearing in the magazine -- cartoonists who no longer depended on idea men. Cartoon collections: Here It Comes (Bobbs-Merrrill Co., Inc. 1968) ; Now Look What You've Done! (Pantheon, 1977) ; The Golden Age of Trash ( Chronicle Books, 1987); The Essential series, all published by Workman: : Booth (pub: 1998), Barsotti ( pub: 1998), Ziegler (pub: 2001), The Art of The New Yorker 1925 -1995, (Knopf, 1995), The World of William Steig (Artisan, 1998). NYer work: 1958 - .

Robert Love  NYer work: one drawing, October 4, 1930

Cliff C. Lozell   NYer work: 3 drawings within the years 1927 through 1939.

Fred Lundy    Born, Bottineau, North Dakota, September 1, 1902; died, Daly City, California, January 16, 1989. Studied at The University of Oregon. Worked for The Oakland Tribune (1928 - 1935) & The San Francisco Examiner (1935 - 1976).  Work appeared in numerous publications, including The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, Esquire.  Source : Artists in California 1786 -1940 by Edan Hughes.  NYer work: March 31, 1945 - July 16, 1955

Roberta MacDonald Born, San Francisco (?), California.  NYer work: May 4, 1940 - July 19, 1952.

A.E. Macon (Edwin Macon)    NYer work: one drawing, July 27, 1929

Steve Macone  NYer work: October 18, 2010 - 

Gus Mager Born, 1878, Newark, New Jersey. Died, July 17, 1956, Murrysville, Penn. NYer work: 5 cartoons, March - July of 1925.

 

Kenneth Mahood  (photo above)  Born, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1930. NYer work: 1951 -1996)

 

Henry Major (self portrait above) Born, 1889 in Hungary.  Died, 1948. Major moved to the United States after a career as a caricaturist in Vienna and London. He became well known throughout the 1920's for traveling around the country caricaturing local politicians, businessmen and actors. He devoted his later years to painting.  (self portrait and biography courtesy of Zach Trenholm).  NYer work: four drawings between September 3, 1927  & July 28, 1934.

Robert Malone   NYer work: one drawing, April 10, 1926

Robert Mankoff *Mankoff has been the cartoon editor of The New Yorker since 1997. Cartoon collections: Elementary: The Cartoonist Did It ( Avon, 1980) , Urban Bumpkins, (St. Martin's/Marek, 1985), Call Your Office ( Topper Books, 1986). Mankoff has edited numerous New Yorker cartoon collections, most notably The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker, (Black Dog & Leventhal, 2006). NYer work: 1977 -

Marisa Acocella Marchetto Born, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1960. NYer work: 1998 - . Key book: Cancer Vixen: A True Story (Knopf, 2006)

 

Jerry Marcus (photo above from Elistein.com via Don Ulsh's "New York Cartoon News") Born, Brooklyn NY, June 27, 1924. Died, July 22, 2005, Waterbury, Ct.   NYer work: four cartoons, April 28, 1962, May 5, 1962, October 13, 1962, September 23, 1991. Link to an informative obit: acorn-online.net/acornonline/obits/marcus2.htm


Jack Markow (Self portrait above.  Source: Best Cartoons of the Year 1943)  Born, London, England 1905. Died, Manasquan, NJ, 1986.  NYer work: 1927 -1943.  According to his daughter's website, A Cartoonist's Daughter, Markow was also a painter, lithographer, writer and teacher.

Reginald Marsh Born in Paris, March 14, 1898, died in 1954: NYer work: 1925 -1944.

Huguette Martel Born, Paris, 1938. NYer work: August 6, 1990 - .

 

Charles E. Martin ( CEM) (photo above from Think Small, a cartoon collection produced by Volkswagon) Born in Chelsie, Mass., 1910, died June 18, 1995, Portland, Maine. NYer work: 1938 - 1987.

Henry Martin ( Pictured above.  Photograph taken 1984)  Born 1925, Louisville, Kentucky. NYer work: 1964 - 1999 .  Collections: Good News / Bad News ( Scribners, 1977), Yak! Yak! Yak! Blah! Blah! Blah! (Scribners, 1977).  Martin has illustrated a number of books, as well as  writing and illustrating children's books. 

Michael Maslin NYer work: 1977 - .    Link to my bio (or click on the "Bio" button to the left of the screen).

Doris Matthews Born, Spartanburg, South Carolina. NYer work: October 27, 1951 - November 14, 1959.

Bill Mauldin  NYer work: one drawing, April 1, 1950

Ernest Maxwell  NYer work: four drawings between 1936 & 1942

Richard McCallister Born 1909, Baltimore, Maryland. NYer work: 1939 - 1993.

Ann McCarthy NYer work: May 30, 1988 - .

F. McIntosh  NYer work: 4 drawings, March 27, 1926 through December 5, 1931

William McIntyre NYer work: 3 drawings: February 15, 1947, September 27, 1947, and September 20, 1958.


Dorothy McKay ( Self portrait above from Meet the Artist, 1943; Photo from Cartoon Humor, 1938) Born c.1904, died June, 1974 New York City. NYer work: 1934 -1936.

Donald McKee   NYer work: March 14, 1925 - April 10, 1926

E. McNerney NYer work: March 20, 1926 - April 23, 1932. Went on to do at least two comic strips in the 1940s: Jill & Judy, and Kit Cabot.

Charles McVicker (TAGGART)    One drawing: April 4, 1983

Sam Means NYer work: 2005 - .

Roland Michaud  NYer work: one drawing, July 16, 1973

Mario Micossi  NYer work: one drawing, October 10, 1964.  While technically a One Club member for his one cartoon, Mr. Micossi did contribute four covers to the magazine

Eugene Mihaesco Born 1937, Bucharest, Romania. NYer work: Oct 14, 1972 - .

Frank Miller   NYer work:  May 13, 1967 (a cover), then a drawing and "comic strip" in the 1990s.

 

Warren Miller (photo above by Liza Donnelly, NYC, Sept. 1997)  Born 1936, Chicago, Ill.  The following biographical information comes from The Phoenix Gallery site which hosted a group exhibit of NYer cartoonists work (Lorenz, Harris, Modell, and Miller)  in 2007:    "Warren Miller studied commercial and fine art at the American Academy of Art, Chicago. He started selling cartoons to Playboy and The New Yorker in 1961 and moved to New York City later that year. Miller’s work has also appeared in Esquire, Punch, Rolling Stone, Audubon, Harvard Business Review, Barrons, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, and the London Sunday Times. Mr. Miller is a painter and a sculptor as well. He has exhibited his work in a number of shows in the New York area and in the Midwest."   Key collections: All Thumbs (Bobbs-Merrill,1967); Prince and Mrs. Charming (Bobbs-Merril, 1970).  NYer work: 1959 -.

John Milligan   NYer work: five drawings, from May 13, 1939 through November 16, 1940

Robert Minter Born 1922, Durham, NC. NYer work: 1968 -1979

Joseph Mirachi Born May 25, 1919, New York City;  died March, 1991, Dover, NJ. NYer work: 1954 -1992 ; 2 drawings published posthumously

Frank Modell  ( Pictured above, photograph taken early 1990s) NYer work: 1946 - . Key collection: Stop Trying To Cheer Me Up! (Dodd, Mead, 1978)

Ariel Molvig   Born, Wisconsin, 1978.  NYer work: October, 2005 -.

Guy Montone  NYer work: one drawing, August 31, 1963

 

Wallace Morgan   Born, New York City, 1873; Died, May 1948.  From a NYTs article, Jan 27, 1949 "Trio of Exhibitions Marks Week in Art":  "Morgan made his fame especially with his reporting for The New York Herald, with his popular 'Fluffy Ruffles,' his illustrations for Harper's, Scribner's and The Century; his Saturday Evening Post illustrations of P.G. Wodehouse." NYer work: 1st issue, February 21, 1925  - 1946. Link to Morgan's  Society of Illustrator's 1977 Hall of Fame Inductee  page: www.societyillustrators.org/Awards-and-Competitions/Hall-of-Fame/Past-Inductees/1977--Wallace-Morgan.aspx     Morgan's Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_Morgan (the Soc of illustrators and the Wiki post disagree on his birthdate)

Jack Moscowitz    NYer work: one drawing, September 19, 1925

Robert Muccio Born 1931, New York, NY.    NYer work: one drawing, October 10, 1964. Was also an idea man who had over 50 ideas published in The New Yorker from 1962  through 1970.  Besides The New Yorker, his work appeared in Mad Magazine, Boys Life,  and The Saturday Review. Other work:  greeting cards for Norcross, Gibson, and Hallmark  


P.S. Mueller ( pictured above).  P.S. Mueller sold his first cartoon in 1967 for, like, five bucks, man. Over the course of endless decades, Mueller's cartoons have appeared in dozens of magazines and scores of alternative news weeklies.  His cartoons and stories have been published in several collections and anthologies, including The Rejection Collection Volumes 1 and 2, and more out of print books than can be listed here.

Mueller has also appeared in a couple of pretty awful movies and has co-written and provided the voice for Onion Radio News anchor Doyle Redland since 1999.  Today he is the creator/writer/anchor of the all new Stanley Douglas with News of the Great Re-Depression at www.howdyland.com/.   He is married to one wife and two cats, and lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

As a child he was once frightened half to death at meeting Roy Rogers.

( photograph courtesy of P.S. Mueller;  bio by P.S. Mueller)  NYer work: December 21, 1998 - .

James Mulligan Born 1920, Jamaica, NY. NYer work: 1952 - 1987.

Lou Myers Born 1915, Paris, France, died 2005. NYer work: 1975 - 1989.

Ruth Nash   NYer work: five drawings, from February 23, 1946 through May 18, 1946

Fred Neher    NYer work: 1 drawing, January 21, 1933

Ralph Newman  NYer work: one drawing, September 21, 1946

Louis Nitka   NYer work: three drawings (further research to be done on Mr. Nitka)


Ed Nofziger ( Self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1943) Born 1913, California.  NYer work: November 14, 1936 -December 7, 1940.

Alfonse Normandia  NYer work: three drawings: December 28, 1957/ June 28, 1958 / December 5, 1959

 

John Norment   ( photos above courtesy of John Norment's niece, Mandy Teare)   Born, Lebanon, Tennessee, 1911.  Died, Westport, Connecticut, 1988.  NYer work: fourteen drawings and two covers, between 1969 and 1982.  According to his website (run by his niece) Norment had  a long, wide ranging career, working as assistant art director for Esquire, as an editor at Dell for their humor publications ( such as 1,000 Laughs, You've Gotta  Be Joking), a World War 2 combat photographer-correspondent, a professional photographer, a painter, a writer and a vocalist.  More information about his life and work can be found here: johnnorment.com/about.htm

Paul Noth NYer work: 2004 - . Noth is a writer and artist whose cartoons appear regularly in The New Yorker and occasionally in other publications, including The Wall Street Journal.  He was a regular guest writer for "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," for which he created the cartoon "Pale Force."  He has also written for CBS's "The Late Late Show" and other television programs.

William O'Brian  NYer work: August 16, 1952 - August 16, 1976.

John O'Brien Born 1953.  NYer work: August 3, 1987 - .

Mark O'Donnell  Born, Cleveland, Ohio, July 19, 1954. Died, New York, NY,  August 6, 2012. NYer work: two drawings: June 1, 1992, July 6, 1992. A Tony Award winning writer (Hairspray) , as well as a contributor of humor pieces to The New Yorker.

Charles O'Glass  NYer work: 12 drawings, April 23, 1960 - August 17, 1968

Richard Oldden  Born May 4, 1931, Indio, California.  NYer work: July 23, 1966 - .

George Olden  NYer work: two drawings: December 9, 1944 & December 8, 1945

Everett Opie Born, Chicago, Ill. 1930. Died, New York, NY, June 11, 2004.  Collection: Dress Up That Line! In and Out of Step with Opie (Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1959).

Robert Orr NYer work: 3 drawings: March 13, 1926 / May 7, 1927 / April 19, 1930

Palmer     NYer work: one drawing, November 17, 1928

Corey Pandolph   NYer work: October 17, 2011      Website: fakerockstar.tumblr.com/

Robert Paplow  NYer work: three drawings: August 18, 1951 / September 15, 1951 / August 29, 1953

 

Virgil Partch ( VIP) (pictured above) Born, St. Paul Island, Alaska, 1917; died in a car crash on Interstate 5, north of Los Angeles. California, August 1984. NYer work: six drawings, beginning in November 21, 1942. His last appeared May 3, 1976.

W.B. Park Born, 1936, Florida. NYer work: 1981 -

David Pascal  Born, 1918, New York, NY, died, March 3, 2003, NYC ;  NYer work: 1954 -1990

Jason Patterson  NYer work: August 30, 2004 - .

Augustus Peck  NYer work: two drawings, September 7, 1929 & April 11, 1931

Ralph E. Pearson   NYer work: 3 drawings: August 4, 1928 / May 4, 1929 / July 27, 1929

Ralph Pekor  NYer work: 1 drawing,  May 18, 1946

 

C.F. Peters    NYer work: 1 drawing, December 26, 1925

Bruce Petty Born, Melbourne, Austrailia, 1929. NYer work: 1959 -1969.

Mary Petty Born, Hampton, New Jersey, April 29, 1899. Died, Paramus, New Jersey, March, 1976. NYer work: October 22,1927 - March 19,1966. Collection: This Petty Place ( Knopf, 1945) with a Preface by James Thurber.

Rina Piccolo  NYer work: November 24, 2008 - . Website: tinasgroove.com/rina

Ethel Plummer  Born, Brooklyn, NY, 1888.  NYer work:  Plummer's first drawing in the magazine appeared in its very first issue,  February 21, 1925.  Ms. Plummer, whose married name was Mrs. Frederick E. Humphreys, died  October 31, 1936, at her home, 33 Fifth Avenue,  New York. 

Jason Polan  NYer work: March 6, 2006 --.  Website: www.jasonpolan.com/index2.html

Peter Porges  Born, Vienna, Austria, 1926.  NYer work:  July 3, 1965 - .  Mr. Porges is a long time contributor to  Mad magazine. 

   

Garrett Price ( Pictured above. Source: Esquire Cartoon Album, 1957) Born, 1897, Bucyrus, Kansas. Died, April, 1979, Norwalk, Conn. Collection: Drawing Room Only / A Book of Cartoons (Coward -McCann, 1946). NYer work: 1925 -1974.

George Price Born in Coytesville, NJ, June 9, 1901. Died January 12, 1995, Engelwood, NJ. NYer work: 1929 - 1991.

John M. Price  Born ( Pennsylvania?) February 5, 1918, died January 19, 2009, Radnor, Pennsylvania.  NYer work: February 17, 1940, March 9, 1940, June 8, 1941,  and August 30, 1941. His work appeared in many publications, including The Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, The Country Gentleman, and Colliers.  Key collection (self published) Don't Get Polite with Me.

Louis Priscilla  NYer work: three drawings: January 28, 1933 / December 28, 1935 / August 22, 1936

Lee Purcell NYer work: one drawing, August 14, 1943

Pusey  NYer work: one drawing, December 15, 1928

Radford  NYer work: one drawing, April 14, 1928

Michael Rae-Grant NYer work: February 25, 2008 -

 

Gardner Rea  (self portrait above from Collier's Collects Its Wits. Photo from Rea's NYTs obit,  1966.) Born, Ironton, Ohio 1892. Died, 1966. Collections: The Gentleman Says It's Pixies / Collier's Cartoons by Gardner Rea (Robert McBride & Co. 1944), Gardner Rea's Sideshow (Robert McBride & Co, 1945). NYer work: 1st issue (February 21, 1925) - 1965

Lillian Reed    NYer work: one drawing, July 12, 1930

John Reehill NYer work: June 23, 1928 - February 10, 1934

Donald Reilly  ( Pictured above in the mid 1980s.  Photograph by Liza Donnelly)  Born, Scranton, Pa. November 11, 1933; died, Wilton, Ct., June 18, 2006.  Graduated from Muhlenberg College in 1955 with a bachelor's degree in English; received a certificate in fine arts from Cooper Union in 1963.  NYer work: 1964 -2006;  1,107 cartoons and 16 covers. Rumored to have been on the shortlist in consideration to succeed James Geraghty as The New Yorker's Art Editor (Lee Lorenz, in his book The Art of The New Yorker 1925 -1995, said Reilly was "Geraghty's choice" to succeed him). William Shawn eventually appointed Lee Lorenz to the position in 1973 [see Lorenz listing above]

Paul Reilly  NYer work:  3 drawings:  April 11, 1925 -- May 16, 1925.

Harry Rein  NYer work: one drawing, February 24, 1934

John Reynolds  NYer work: Thirty-four drawings, from  November 10, 1928 through December 13, 1930.

 

Larry Reynolds (self portrait above from Colliers Collects Its Wits, Harcourt Brace & Co., 1941)  Born, Mt. Vernon, NY, c. 1912.  NYer work: 3 drawings: Jan 7, 1939 / Feb 24, 1940 / April 6, 1940

Gaspano Ricca  NYer work: two drawings: April 28, 1928 & October 6, 1928

Emily Richards (Hopkins) NYer work: 2004 - .

Mischa Richter Born, Kharkov, Russia, 1910. Died, March 23, 2001. NYer work: January 10, 1942 - January 20, 2003 ; Key books: This One's On Me! (McGraw-Hill, 1945) , The Cartoonist's Muse, co-authored by Harald Bakken (Contemporary Books, 1992). )

J.P. Rini NYer work: 1988 - .

 

 

Cliff Roberts (photo above)  Born, 1929.  Died, 1999.   NYer work: four drawings, from March 30, 1968 through June 20, 1970

Victoria Roberts born, New York City, 1957. NYer work: September 5, 1988 - . Website: http://thevictoriaroberts.com/

 

Boardman Robinson (self portrait above from Meet the Artist)  Born, Nova Scotia, Sept. 6, 1876.  According to Maurice Horn's World Encyclopedia of Cartoons (Chelsea House Publishers, 1980), Beginning in 1910, while working at the New York Tribune, Robinson "exerted more influence on his profession than almost any other cartoonist over the years. With Robert Minor of the Pulitzer papers, Robinson explored the use of lithographic crayon as a means of shading on paper for editorial cartoons...it remained a convention of editorial cartooning well into the 1960s."   NYer work : 1925 - 1926.

 

 

William Heath Robinson  (photo above) Born, May 31, 1872; died, September, 1944.  NYer work: 7 drawings, February 28, 1925 -May 30, 1942. Famous in England for his Rube Goldberg-like drawings of contraptions, Robinson published a number of collections in his lifetime, including an autobiography, My Life of Line ( Blackie & Sons, 1938). A brief web bio: www.bpib.com/illustrat/whrobin.htm

Charles Rodrigues  NYer work:  Four drawings -- Sept 20, 1969, April 22, 1972, Jan.6. 1973, Feb 3, 1973

Stephen Ronay NYer work: 2 drawings, September 16, 1933 & April 8, 1939

Carl Rose   Born, New York City; died, Rowayton, Ct., June 20, 1971, age 68. NYer work: 1925 - 1971. Collection; One Dozen Roses (Random House, 1946). Note: this collection contains essays by Rose on cartoon themes. Especially of interest is his essay concerning Harold Ross, "An Artist's Best Friend is His Editor". Carl Rose will forever be linked to E.B. White for the December 8, 1928 New Yorker cartoon of the mother saying to her child, "It's broccoli, dear." and the child responding, "I say it's spinach, and I say the hell with it." The drawing was by Rose, the caption by White. Rose also had a Thurber connection.  In 1932, Rose submitted a drawing captioned, "Touche!" of two fencers, one of whom has just cut off the head of the other.  Harold Ross ( according to Thurber in The Years With Ross) thinking the Rose version "too bloody" suggested Thurber do the drawing because "Thurber's people have no blood. You can put their heads back on and they're as good as new."  The drawing appeared December 3, 1932.

Al Ross   Born Al Roth, Vienna Austria, October 19, 1911. Died, March 23, 2012.  One of four Roth brothers, all of them cartoonists ( Ben, Salo, and Irving are the other three).   NYer work: 1937- 2002.   Collections:  Sexcapades - The Love Life of the Modern Homo Sapiens ( Stravon Publishers, 1953), Bums vs billionaires (Dell, 1972) 

Herb Roth Born in San Francisco, Calif. 1887, died Oct 27, 1953, NYC. Nyer work 1st issue - issue of June 6th, 1925.

Julian Rowe  NYer work: Oct 21, 2013 --.         Website: www.julianrowe.com/

 

John Ruge (self portrait above from Collier's Collects Its Wits) Born, Faribault, Minnesota, October 2, 1915. NYer work: 24 drawings, November 6, 1937 - May 21, 1966.

Douglas Ryan (NYer work: 1932 -1933)

William Sakren  Born, 1902; died 1991.  NYer work: two drawings: January 10, 1977, May 30, 1977

Charles Sauers   born July 18, 1922,  Indianapolis, Indiana.  NYer work: June 2, 1956 - April 4, 1988

Jennifer Saura    Began at The New Yorker as an assistant to the magazine's Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff.   NYer work: January 3, 2011 — .

Brian Savage  Born February 5, 1931, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  NYer work: June 17, 1972 - .

 

Charles Saxon  (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1947)  Born in Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1920, died in Stamford, Conn., Dec 6, 1988. NYer work: 1943 - 1991 (2 drawings published posthumously). Key collection: One Man's Fancy ( Dodd, Mead, 1977).

August J. Schallack  NYer work: one drawing, March 1, 1930

Schaub    NYer work: one drawing: October 16, 1926

 Jim Schmalzried     Born September 17, 1954; died November, 1983.   NYer work: one drawing, June 30, 1980

Walter Schmidt  NYer work: four drawings, from August 8, 1931 through December 9, 1933

Howard Schneider  NYer work: two drawings, November 8, 1958 & April 20, 1963

Bernard Schoenbaum  Born, August 8, 1920, New York City. Died at home, Whitestone, Queens, NY, May 7, 2010.   After receiving his art education at Parsons School of Design, he was a free-lance advertising illustrator for many years.  Appearing in The New Yorker since 1974, he was a contract cartoonist there.  His cartoons have been reprinted in books and periodicals worldwide and are also in many private collections.  His other endeavors included teaching the figure, life drawing, portrait sketching, oil painting and water colors.  These have also been privately collected.  He lived ( with his wife, Rhoda, a retired librarian) in Whitestone, New York with a winter residence in West Palm Beach, Florida.  His three grown daughters are a graphic designer, a computer technician, and a charter school principal.  NYer work: 1974 - 2002. ( place and date of birth from NYTs obit, May 18, 2010)

Ink Spill is pleased and grateful to be able to share Mark McGinness's piece on Bernie Schoenbaum, reproduced by special permission from The Times of London, where it originally appeared October 6, 2010:

    For almost 30 years Bernard Schoenbaum’s work graced the pages of The New Yorker. What amused and sometimes discomfited his readers was a reflection of their own attitudes, ambitions, prejudices and conceits.

His subjects, or perhaps more accurately his targets, were drawn from the liberal East Coast and yet the traits he exposed — prosperous, knowing, ruthless, ironic, combative, crestfallen and cute — are universal ones. Schoenbaum and his contemporaries, Frank Modell, James Stevenson, Robert Weber and Lee Lorenz, were attuned to every nuance and quirk.

  Born in Manhattan in 1920, Bernard was the elder son of Russian-Jewish émigrés. His younger brother Sam was a distinguished Shakespearean scholar. He was educated in the Bronx and at the Parsons School of Design, New York. Much of his career was as a freelance advertising illustrator but when his wife took a job as a librarian he was able to devote himself to cartooning. His other endeavours included teaching the figure, life drawing, portrait sketching, oil painting and watercolours. He also worked as a portraitist on cruise ships.

    He contributed his first drawing (as The New Yorker preferred to call them) in 1974, when the celebrated William Shawn was still editor, and Lee Lorenz the arts editor. He was to contribute 463 cartoons to the magazine. He also contributed to Barron’s and The Wall Street Journal.

   Some of his earliest drawings and a sprinkling of all his work were captionless. His approach was literal while his style was a soft, fluid line and wash. He captured a northeastern knowingness; a world of men in tweed sports jackets, soft plaid hats and bad haircuts such that the reader would be taken in immediately and ready to laugh even before coming to the caption.

  His cartoons embraced the world of parties and romance, commerce and employment, parents and children. The children were so worldly: a young boy says to his father who is reading his son’s school report, “It’s just a correction. The fundamentals are still good”; a little girl in bed talking to her father who has read her a fairytale, “It sounds a little too perfect. What’s the downside?”; while another little girl says to her mother as they confront each other over a broken biscuit jar in the kitchen “Circumstantial. You haven’t proved linkage.”

  Schoenbaum was as sharp in the office — an executive to others meeting around a table: “To pacify our shareholders, it’s been suggested that one of us goes to jail.” One businessman to another in a plush office says: “I’ll level with you, Charlie. I’m going to let money get in the way of our friendship.” A suited man at his desk on the phone says: “Joyce, I’m so madly in love with you I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, I can’t live without you. But that’s not why I called.”

   And the enduring issue of matrimony — a woman to a man at a smart restaurant: “Is this a real proposal, or are you off your medication?”; and a man to a woman as he proposes to her in a restaurant: “Say yes. I need a win.”

   His last cartoon, published in 2002, rather fittingly depicted two angels in Heaven; one saying to the other: “At least there’s one place that’s not youth-oriented.”

  As The New Yorker’s current cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, observed: “He was a sweet and gentle man. His humour did not look down on people, just a bit sideways.”

   Schoenbaum is survived by his wife, Rhoda (whom he married in 1948) and their three daughters.


Adolf Schus  Born, c. 1908.    Schus was editor of Pageant Magazine in 1945 (Source: autobiographical blurb, Best Cartoons of the Year, 1947).   NYer work: one drawing March 19, 1938.

 

   William Scully  NYer work: two drawings, February 14, 1948 & March 6, 1948.   Known for his long career as a Punch contributor.

 Benjamin Schwartz  Born, 1981, New York, New York.  Raised in Westchester, New York.  Always wanted to be either a doctor or a cartoonist.  Finally settled on one circa 2009.  NYer work: December 12, 2011- .

 

 

 

 Ronald Searle (pictured above)  Born, Cambridge, England March 3, 1920. Died, December 30, 2011, Draguignan, France.  Steven Heller, who wrote Searle's obit for The New York Times (Jan 4, 2012) said Searle's  "outlandishly witty illustrations for books, magazine covers, newspaper editorial pages and advertisements helped define postwar graphic humor..."

NYer work (including covers and cartoons): November 12, 1966 - August 19, 2002.  An interesting tribute site: ronaldsearle.blogspot.com/  Searle's wiki entry: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Searle

 J.J. Sempe  Born, Bordeaux, France, August 17, 1932.  NYer work: 1978 - .

Neil Sessa  NYer work: one drawing, May 14, 1938

Seth Born Gregory Gallant, 1962, Clinton, Ontario. NYer work: 2002 -.

Burr Shafer  NYer work: one drawing, May 27, 1944

 

Danny Shanahan (photo above, Rhinebeck, NY 2013,  by Michael Maslin) Born, Brooklyn, NY. NYer work: 1988 - . Key collection: Lassie! Get Help! (Pantheon, 1990)  dannyshanahan.com/

George V. Shanks NYer work: 16 drawings, March 7, 1925 - January 12, 1929

Michael Shaw NYer work: 1999 - .


George Shellhase   ( Self portrait above. Source: Best Cartoons of the Year 1943)  Born, Philadelphia, 1885;  Lived for many years in Greenwich, Connecticut. Died, age 93,  in a nursing home, Ocean Ridge, Florida, December 1988.   NYer work: 1927 - 1940. His  New York Times (Dec. 16, 1988) obit reads, in part: Shellhase "briefly attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and The Art Students League in New York.  His affectionate and gently comic illustrations of American life appeared in publications like The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, The New Yorker and The New York Times."

Barbara Shermund Born, San Francisco. 1899. Studied at The California School of Fine Arts. Died, 1978, New Jersey.  NYer work: June 13, 1925 thru September 16, 1944.  8 covers and 599 cartoons. Shermund's later. post-New Yorker  work was  featured in Esquire. (See Liza Donnelly's book,  Funny Ladies -- a history of The New Yorker's women cartoonists -- for more on Shermund's life and work) 

Vahan Shirvanian Born, Hackensack, New Jersey, 1925. Died, January 30, 2013,  Mtn. Lakes, New Jersey.  Won the National Cartoonists Society's Best Gag Cartoonist of the Year Award in 1959. King Features Syndicate ran his "No Comment" in the 1970s & 80s. Worked for numerous publications, including Highlights for Children, The Harvard Business Review, and Playboy.  NYer work:  44 drawings, from April 27, 1968 - Jan 12, 1987.

E. L. Shoemaker  NYer work: one drawing, October 28, 1933

Dink Siegel  NYer work: March 24, 1962

L.H. Siggs (NYer work: 1947, 1952)

R. Sikoryak (NYer work: Jan 24, 1994 --). One cartoon, Feb 22, 1999.  Seven covers.

David Sipress  NYer work: July 1998 -

Stephanie Skalisky

Barbara Smaller Born, Chicago, Ill. NYer work: 1996 -

Francis Smilby Born Francis Wilford-Smith, Rugby, England, March, 1927. Died, Ledbury, Hertfordshire, December 4, 2009  NYer work: 1962 -1971

 

 

Claude Smith (photo above from Think Small, a cartoon collection published by Volkswagon)   Born August 22, 193, Bellingham, Washington. NYer work: May 20, 1944 -  April 19, 1976

F.E. Smith  NYer work: one drawing, August 1, 1936

Francis Smith   NYer work: thirteen drawings, from March 3, 1962 through January 9, 1971

Henry Holmes Smith Born 1909 ; died, 1986. NYer work: three drawings, August 25, 1928, November 10, 1928, January 18, 1930. Mr. Smith was also a writer and lecturer, who, according to The Cleveland Museum of Art, "expanded the study and critical debate of photography as art."

J.K. Smith  NYer work: one drawing, October 12, 1929

 Ton Smits  NYer work: 1954 -1980

Karen Sneider  NYer work: February 23, 2009 - .

David Snell  NYer work: one drawing, August 16, 1952

 

Otto Soglow (pictured above) Born, Yorkville, NY, December 23, 1900. Died in NYC, April 1975. NYer work: 1925 -1974.Key collections: Pretty Pictures ( Farrar & Rinehart, 1931) and for fans of Soglow's Little King; The Little King (Farrar & Rinehart, 1933) and The Little King ( John Martin's House, Inc., 1945). The latter Little King is an illustrated storybook. Cartoon Monarch / Otto Soglow & The Little King (IDW, 2012) is an excellent compendium.

Aaron Sopher  NYer work: two drawings, June 15, 1929 & December 6, 1930

Edward Sorel Born 1929. NYer work: 1990 - . Website: http://www.edwardsorel.com

Leo Soretsky  NYer work: one drawing, August 20, 1932

 

Trevor Spaulding  (photo above, and bio courtesy of Mr. Spaulding) A  cartoonist, writer, and artist based in Los Angeles, CA.  NYer work:  April 28, 2014 --.  Website: www.trevorspaulding.com/

Art Spiegelman Born 1948. NYer work: 1992 --.  Key book: Maus: A Survivor's Tale (Pantheon, 1986)

Mark Alan Stamaty NYer work: November 9, 1992 --

John Stanley   Born March 22, 1914; died, November 11, 1993.   NYer work: one eight panel captionless drawing, March 15, 1947.

 

Leslie Starke (photo above from his collection, The Starke Parade) Born, Scotland, 1905. NYer work: 1947 -1977. Key collection: Starke Parade (Doubleday & Co., 1959)

Kemp Starrett   NYer work: 1929 -1944.

 

Edward Steed (self portrait above)  Born in the town, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England, 1987.
 NYer work: March 4, 2013 -.

Henry Anton Steig NYer work: October 22, 1932 - May 10, 1941

 

William Steig  (photo above) Born in Brooklyn, NY, Nov. 14, 1907, died in Boston, Mass., Oct. 3, 2003. In a New Yorker career that lasted well over half a century and  a publishing history that contains more than a cart load of books, both children's and otherwise,  it's impossible to sum up Steig's influence here on Ink Spill.  He was among the giants of the New Yorker cartoon world, along with James Thurber, Saul Steinberg, Charles Addams, Helen Hokinson and Peter Arno.   Lee Lorenz's World of William Steig (Artisan, 1998) is an excellent way to begin exploring Steig's life and work.    NYer work: 1930 -2003.

Avi Steinberg   NYer work: December 17, 2012 -.

Saul Steinberg Born, June 15, 1914, Ramnic-Sarat, Rumania. Died in 1999. NYer work: 1941 - (The New Yorker publishes his work posthumously)

Peter Steiner NYer work: 1979 - . Collection: I Didn't Bite the Man, I Bit the Office ( 1994).  Website: www.plsteiner.com/

Hans Stengel  Born, Germany, 1894; Died, January 1928, suicide, 134 West 4th St., New York City. According to the January 29, 1928  New York Times story about his death, he was a "widely known artist" who was at one time the principal cartoonist for the Sunday Herald TribuneNYer work: April 11, 1925 -- February 12, 1927.

Mick Stevens  Born March 11, 1942, Portland, Oregon.  NYer work: 1978- . Key collections: If Ducks Carried Guns (Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1988), A Mystery, Wrapped in an Enigma, Served on a Bed of Lettuce ( Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1989 ), Things Not to Do Today ( Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1989 ). Website: http://www.mickstevens.com

James Stevenson Born, NYC, 1929.  NYer work: March 10, 1956 -.   Stevenson interned as an office boy at The New Yorker in the mid 1940s when he began  supplying ideas for other NYer artists. Nine years later he was hired a full-time ideaman, given an office at the magazine and instructed not to tell anyone what he did. He eventually began publishing his own cartoons and covers as well as a ground-breaking Talk of the Town pieces (ground breaking in that the pieces were illustrated). His contributions to the magazine number over 2000.   Key collections: Sorry Lady -- This Beach is Private! ( MacMillan, 1963), Let's Boogie ( Dodd, Mead, 1978).  Stevenson has long been a children's book author, with roughly one hundred titles to his credit.  He is a frequent contributor to the Op-Ed page of The New York Times, under the heading Lost and Found New York. Stevenson's recent book, published in 2013, The Life, Loves and Laughs of Frank Modell, is essential.

Jack Stockwell  NYer work: one drawing, December 5, 1953

Storm  NYer work: one drawing, August 21, 1926

 

Susanne Suba (photo above)  Born Budapest, Hungary 1913.  Died February, 2012, NYC.  Ms. Suba contributed numerous "spot" drawings to The New Yorker, as well as five covers and  one cartoon, published September 18, 1948Her first cover appeared October 21, 1939, and her last, March 2, 1963.  Besides her work for the magazine she was a prolific illustrator of children's books.  A collection of her spot drawings was published in 1944, Spots By Suba: From The New Yorker (E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc, NY).

Ed Subitsky  NYer work: one drawing, August 26, 1974.

Ed Suggs  NYer work: two drawings, May 9, 1931 & December 5, 1931

Julia Suits  NYer work: 2006 - .

 

Ward Sutton (Photo above by Liza Donnelly)  Born, Edina, Minnesota. NYer work: October 22, 2007 - .Website:http://www.suttonimpactstudio.com/

Anthony Taber  born September 8, 1944, New york City.  NYer work: September 7, 1963 - November 11, 1991

 

 Richard Taylor  (self portrait above from Meet the Artist) Born in Fort William, Ontario, Sept. 18, 1902. Died in 1970. NYer work: 1935 -1967. Collections: The Better Taylors ( Random House, 1944, and a reprint edition by World Publishing, 1945), Richard Taylor's Wrong Bag (Simon & Schuster, 1961). Taylor also authored Introduction to Cartooning ( Watson -Guptill, 1947). From Taylor's introduction: the "book is not intended to be a 'course in cartooning'...instead, it attempts to outline a plan of study -- something to be kept at the elbow to steer by."

Eric Teitelbaum NYer work: August 1, 1988 - April 6, 1998

Raymond Thayer NYer work: 4 drawings, July 3, 1926 - September 17, 1932

Mark Thompson  NYer work: June 28, 2010 -.

C. Throckmorton  NYer work: one drawing, July 26, 1930

 

James Thurber  (pictured above) Born, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 8, 1894. Died 1961, New York City. NYer work: 1927 -1961, with several pieces run posthumously.

Tidden  NYer work: one drawing, August 21, 1926

Jack Tippet Born Oct. 19, 1923, Texas. NYer work: July 27, 1963 - May 20, 1972.

 Barney Tobey  (photo above from Think Small, a book of humor produced by Volkswagon) Born in New York City, July, 18, 1906, died March 27, 1989, New York. NYer work: 1929 -1986.

 

Tom Toro  (self portrait above courtesy of Mr. Toro)  Born in Richmond, California on May 22, 1982.  Graduated valedictorian from El Cerrito High School and matriculated to Yale.  Edited cartoons for The Yale Herald and won a national championship in lightweight rowing in 2002, elected captain of the rowing team in 2004.  Earned a degree cum laude in art history specializing in cinema studies.  Attended NYU Film School for two years, shooting shorts and features that went to Sundance, Tribeca and Cannes.  Began submitting cartoons to The New Yorker in 2007, first got published in 2010 - after the 610th try.  Also a writer of literary fiction, short stories, screenplays and children's picture books of the "unpublished" variety.  [bio courtesy of Mr. Toro]  NYer work: May 24, 2010 - .

Tousey  NYer work: one drawing, November 27, 1926

Irwin Touster  NYer work: one drawing. July 6, 1946

M. Towle  NYer  work: one drawing, November 21, 1925
S. Trachtenberg  NYer work: one drawing, September 11, 1954

W.P. Trent   NYer work: forty-three drawings, from May 1, 1926 through April 19, 1941

Charles Tudor  NYer work: three drawings, July 20, 1929 / August 17, 1929 / December 7, 1929

Buford Tune  NYer work: one drawing, October 10, 1936

Mike Twohy  Born, San Francisco Bay area, California.   NYer work: July 21, 1980 - .

Ed Umansky NYer work: one drawing, November 1, 1930   

Eben A . Valentine  NYer work: five drawings, from May 11, 1968 through January 1, 1979

Van Ass  NYer work: two drawings, March 27, 1926 & July 24, 1926

R. Van Buren NYer work: 1928-1934

Hendrik W. Van Loon   NYer work:one drawing, May 14, 1932.

Bud Van Sickle     NYer work: one drawing, June 18, 1966
 M. Van Sort   NYer work: one drawing, July 30, 1927

P.C.Vey (photo above by Michael Maslin, taken at The Museum of Comic and Caroon Art, NYC, 2008)  NYer work: 1993 -.

Website: www.pcvey.com/

Dean Vietor Born, 1931. Died, August 20, 2007, Phoenix, Arizona. NYer work: March 11, 1967 through August 20, 2001. A link to the Ink Spill obit: http://michaelmaslin.com/

William Von Riegen  NYer work: 1937 -1975

S. Wade    NYer work: one drawing, October 21, 1939

T. Waldeyer    NYer work: one drawing, February 12, 1927

Liam Walsh   Bio courtesy of Mr. Walsh:  I was born and raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin with lots of siblings and a pet crow. I fell under the spell of comic books and newspaper comic strips early on and I vividly remember coming across a collection of Charles Addams cartoons at my grandparents' house at about age 7 (I specifically remember being fascinated by, but not "getting", the famous drawing of the phantom skier.) In high school I was on the school newspaper and was the recipient of a number of State awards for editorial cartoons and editorial writing. I studied journalism at the UW Milwaukee, traveled broadly, and had my first cartoon published in the July 4, 2011 issue of The New Yorker after about 2 years, cumulatively, of submitting.

Dearing Ward  Mainly a poet and fiction writer who contributed one cartoon to The New Yorker ( issue of Nov 26, 1927). NYer work: Oct. 9, 1927 - Nov. 6, 1937

Eric Monroe Ward  NYer work: one drawing, July 14, 1934

Kim Warp  Born, April 27, 1959, Seattle, Washington. NYer work: 1999 - .

Alex Noel Watson  NYer work: August 28, 1970 - .

Arthur Watts   NYer work: 1 drawing, April 18, 1925

Steve Way  NYer work:   November 22, 1999 -. 

Paul Webb Born September 20, 1902, Towanda, Pennsylvania. Died, March 17, 1985. Perhaps best known for his syndicated strip The Mountain Boys. See Christopher Wheeler's site for scans of Webb's collections and more on Webb:http://www.pbase.com/
. NYer work: 41 drawings, from May 21, 1927 through October 8, 1932.

Robert Weber (Pictured above, mid 1980s.  Photograph by Liza Donnelly) Born April 22, 1924, Los Angeles, California.  NYer work:  nearly 1500 cartoons, and close to a dozen covers since 1962.

Christopher Weyant NYer work: 1998 - .

Shannon Wheeler  NYer work: May 4, 2009 - .   Key collection: I Thought You Would Be Funnier ( BOOM! Studios, 2010). Website: tmcm.com/

Wiggins  NYer work: one drawing, January 19, 1929

A.F. Wiles    NYer work: 1 drawing, 1952

Fritz Wilkinson ( Self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1943)   Born, California. NYer work: August 5, 1933 - February 17, 1940

Gilbert Wilkinson   NYer work: eight drawings, April 4, 1925 -- August 29, 1925

Garth Williams Born, New York City, April 16, 1912.  Died at home, Guanajuato, Mexico, May 8, 1996.  NYer work:  seven drawings, December 12, 1943 - September 7, 1946.  Among the many books Williams illustrated were E.B. White's  "Stuart Little" and "Charlotte's Web." 

 

Gluyas Williams (photo above) Born, San Francisco, 1888. Died, Boston, Mass., 1982.  One of the pillars of Harold Ross's stable of artists, and one of Ross's favorite cartoonists.  His beautiful full page drawings were a regular feature in the magazine.  Mr. Williams illustrated a number of Robert Benchley's collections, providing the cover art as well as  illustrations.    NYer work: March 13, 1926 - Aug 25, 1951. Key collections: The Gluyas Williams Book ( Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1929), The Gluyas Williams Gallery (Harper, 1956). Website: http://www.gluyaswilliams.com/

Herb Williams  NYer work: one drawing, September 8, 1945

Roy Williams NYer er work: June 3, 1944 - August 19, 1950

Wilton Williams  NYer work: one drawing, March 28, 1925

 

Gahan Wilson (photo above, by Michael Maslin, taken at The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, NYC, 2008) NYer work: 1976 - Wilson's website: http://www.gahanwilson.com/

George Wilson:   NYer work: one drawing, November 29, 1930


Rowland B. Wilson
  NYer work: December 30, 1961 - June 1, 1981


Bernie Wiseman  NYer work: April 19, 1947 - June 11. 1960

Horace Wofford  NYer work: one drawing, July 21, 1945

W. Wolfson   NYer work: four drawings, from January 29, 1927 through March 24, 1928

Lawson Wood   NYer work: one drawing, May 9, 1925

Paul Wood   NYer work: one drawing, January 24, 2000

Bill Woodman  Born October 30, 1936, Bangor, Maine. NYer work: November 10, 1975 - . Collection: Fish and Moose News ( Dodd, Mead, 1980). Website: http://www.billwoodmanart.com/Pages/About.html

Denys Wortman NYer work: 1929 -1937

G. Wright   NYer work: three drawings, all in 1929.

Richard Yardley   Born, Baltimore Maryland, March 11, 1903 ; Died 1979. NYer work: 1 drawing, February 10, 1934

Art Young   NYer work: 1925 -1933

Crawford Young  NYer work: six drawings, from March 7, 1931 through December 3, 1932

Bertrand Zadig  NYer work: one drawing, December 5, 1925; one cover, July 11, 1925

Roz Zanengo  NYer work: October 23, 1978 - September 1, 1986

 

Jack Ziegler (photo above, by Michael Maslin, taken  at The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, NYC, 2008) Born, Brooklyn, NY July 13, 1942. NYer work: 1974 - . Key collections: all of Ziegler's collections are must-haves. Here're some favorites: Hamburger Madness (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978), Filthy Little Things ( Doubleday/Dolphin, 1981) and The Essential Jack Ziegler, Complied and Edited by Lee Lorenz ( Workman, 2000)





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