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Thornton Utz
Thornton Utz

With his knack for capturing humor in everyday situation, Thornton Utz became one of the most successful cover artists of the 1950s.... More

A patient speaks to his doctor.
December 9, 2014

“I’ve always been a high achiever, always striving for bigger, faster, greater… and now suddenly I’m expected to settle for lower blood pressure and less... More

A lawyer speaks to a judge in a courtroom.
December 7, 2014

“One hundred thousand dollars isn’t nearly enough of a settlement, your honor. After all, my client deserves something, too.”... More

A doctor speaks to her patient in her office.
December 6, 2014

“You’re the only person I know who gets jet lag from an exercise bike.”... More

A motorist speaks to a police office as he writes her a ticket.
December 5, 2014

“You can see my driver’s license after you see my pictures of my grandchildren.”... More

An employee listens to his boss in the office.
December 4, 2014

“We’ll add extra to your severance package if you promise to go to work for our competition.”... More

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Amos Sewell

Amos Sewell created 57 Post covers, many of them portraying idealized childhood innocence or children unknowingly making mistakes.... More

"You put me in charge of employee morale.  If you take away everyone's million dollar bonus, it's going to undo everything I've accomplished!"
December 3, 2014

“You put me in charge of employee morale. If you take away everyone’s million dollar bonus, it’s going to undo everything I’ve accomplished!”... More

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Mead Schaeffer

Mead Schaeffer, a friend and neighbor of Norman Rockwell's, created 46 Post covers from 1942 through 1953.... More

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Richard “Dick” Sargent

Richard “Dick” Sargent created 47 Post covers from 1951 to 1962. His work often commented on the situational comedy of life.... More

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Ellen Pyle

In the 1920s flapper era of parties and glamour, no Saturday Evening Post artist covered the period of graceful elegance like Ellen Pyle.... More

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J.C. Leyendecker

Many think of Norman Rockwell as the Post's most prominent illustrator, but his mentor, J.C. Leyendecker, made the Post an iconic magazine.... More

Moving Day
George Hughes

George Hughes, who created 115 Post covers, was an Arlington, Vermont, neighbor of Norman Rockwell.... More

John Falter- April 19, 1947
John Falter

John Falter created 129 Post covers over the course of his life. Much like Norman Rockwell, his works are simple observations of every day... More

Catching Home Run Ball
Stevan Dohanos

Stevan Dohanos, inspired by Rockwell’s talent, depicted everyday life in the 123 covers he created for the Post.... More

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