Saul Steinberg: A Writer Who Draws

The Norton recently received from The Saul Steinberg Foundation a generous gift of 22 drawings and one print, the first works by the artist to enter the Museum's collection. They span Steinberg's career and as a group provide a small drawings retrospective. Famed for his work at The New Yorker, Steinberg was nevertheless a singularly gifted artist with a sharp eye for the incongruous, which he recorded with sympathy and wit.