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“Forgot the Richard Savoie. He’s here now. Thanks everyone. This artist can’t be left out, he’s too good for that. Canadian painter of snowy scenes ( and others too). Helen 😊👨🏻🍳🐶🐶”
Dec 1926 Cover Illustration for American Builder
This is a pretty, festive image that appeared on the magazine's cover in 1926. There are initials, but no attribution. Artist is unknown.
The New Yorker Cover - December 26, 1936
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