Cover Artists

Eugene Iverd

Born George Melvin Erickson, this cover artist used the brush name “Eugene Iverd” as an American Illustrator during the Golden Age of illustration. More

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Paul Bransom

Cover Artist Paul Bransom’s love for animals can be seen in each and every one of his paintings. More

McClelland Barclay

Post cover artist McClelland Barclay was known for his ability to paint strikingly beautiful women in simple settings using bold colors. More

Anton Otto Fischer

Illustrator of literary classic “Tugboat Annie,” Anton Otto Fischer captured the nuances of life at sea as only an active participant could. More

Coles Phillips

Coles Phillips’s style took the United States from the Edwardian Era and brought it into the Roaring Twenties. More

John LaGatta

John LaGatta's covers often depicted glamorous, elegant women, providing an escape from the realities of the Great Depression. More

Benjamin Kimberly Prins

Prins created 34 covers for the Post from 1953 through 1962. They showed an innocent America, but his subjects often faced a dilemma or awkward More

Sarah Stilwell Weber

Sarah Stilwell Weber's 60 Post covers from 1904-1921 often featured young children while at play, taking you back to a time of simple pleasures. More

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

Amos Sewell

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

Mead Schaeffer

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

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

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

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

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George Hughes

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

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