A special treat! In celebration of the upcoming exhibit at The Society of Illustrators, Kovarsky’s World: Covers and Cartoons From the New Yorker, the Spill is presenting unpublished work by this wonderful artist who contributed cartoons and covers to The New Yorker from 1947 through 1969. Today and next Wednesday, and possibly even a few more Wednesdays after that, I will post cover sketches and drawings generously provided by Mr. Kovarsky’s family. My sincerest thanks to them for allowing us to see this beautiful work.
— Note: all the work shown is copyright the Estate of Anatol Kovarsky.
— And for those who may have missed it, here’s a link to the Spill piece on Mr. Kovarsky from the summer of 2013, “Anatol Kovarsky at 94: Still Drawing After All These Years”