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Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg (1914–1999) was a Romanian cartoonist and illustrator known for his iconic work for The New Yorker magazine, where he worked for nearly 60 years. Born in Râmnicu Sărat, Romania, he attended the University of Bucharest and the Politecnico di Milano. He later settled in the United States, where he created over 1,200 drawings for The New Yorker. His drawing style is characterized by a playful, quirky doodle quality that was also elegant and pithily captured a wide range of subjects.  His sketches also crossed over into the fine arts world, and he exhibited at the landmark “Fourteen Americans” show at The Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1948.

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