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Charles E. Martin
The Cloisters

Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 1
Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 1
Charles E. Martin (1910-1995)
Height: 14 inches
Width: 9 1/2 inches
Collage, framed
American, circa 1967

Over a span of fifty years American artist Charles E. Martin created nearly two hundred designs which went on to become covers for the New Yorker magazine. Martin would create a rough cartoon and consult with the magazine's art directors Jim Geherty and Lee Lorenz. After making the necessary adjustments, Martin produced this finished piece, titled The Cloisters, which appears on the cover of the August 19, 1967 issue.
Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 2
Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 2
Charles E. Martin (1910-1995)
Height: 14 inches
Width: 9 1/2 inches
Collage, framed
American, circa 1967

Over a span of fifty years American artist Charles E. Martin created nearly two hundred designs which went on to become covers for the New Yorker magazine. Martin would create a rough cartoon and consult with the magazine's art directors Jim Geherty and Lee Lorenz. After making the necessary adjustments, Martin produced this finished piece, titled The Cloisters, which appears on the cover of the August 19, 1967 issue.
Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 3
Charles E. MartinThe Cloisters 3
Charles E. Martin (1910-1995)
Height: 14 inches
Width: 9 1/2 inches
Collage, framed
American, circa 1967

Over a span of fifty years American artist Charles E. Martin created nearly two hundred designs which went on to become covers for the New Yorker magazine. Martin would create a rough cartoon and consult with the magazine's art directors Jim Geherty and Lee Lorenz. After making the necessary adjustments, Martin produced this finished piece, titled The Cloisters, which appears on the cover of the August 19, 1967 issue.




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