Image Republic The New Yorker 143: Arthur Getz Rooftop

by Image Republic


Early summer feeling on the cover of The New Yorker, June 22, 1963. Arthur Getz's impressionist paintbrushes invite us to spend a moment on a roof terrace, with a deckchair and an unobstructed view. Proof that even in the heart of a city as densely populated as New York you can find a quiet and peaceful place. The dimensions include the print and the passes-partout.