We celebrate the charming covers of artist George Hughes. More
About: Diana Denny
Diana Denny received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from long enough ago to qualify as a historical document itself. She has spent many hours in what is a playground for history buffs, The Saturday Evening Post archives.
The first racecar appeared on one of our covers in 1909, but it's Ivan Dimitri's 1937 illustration of a driver preparing for the race that More
Two lovely ladies are at their mailboxes, but the situation isn’t pretty. Seems both have been communicating with the same soldier, Willie Gillis. Not the More
Richard Sargent knew how to paint the special relationship between a mother and her children (for better or worse). More
Although Maurice Bower was not one to race through life, his powerful equine illustrations will forever capture the energy of his art. More
As the illustrator of several literary classics and hundreds of stories, Fischer is most recognized for his stunning seascapes. More