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Henry Sotheran's - General Antiquarian Books and Literature

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Vanity Fair Impossible interviews - Howard Chandler Christy versus Pablo Picasso illustrated by Miguel Covarrubias.

Irving Berlin by Miguel Covarrubias

Miguel Covarrubias' Face Time

Steven Heller discusses why Miguel Covarrubias a Mexican painter, writer, and anthropologist, was one of the most inventive caricaturists.

Miguel Covarrubias caricature of Eugene O'Neill 1928

Miguel Covarrubias caricature of Eugene O'Neill 1928 ~Via Pedro Pez

Caricature by Miguel Covarrubias - Miguel using shape wonderfully. In this pen and ink drawing, the piece is quite simple yet powerful. The patterns on the hair create an almost psychedelic look.

Caricature by Miguel Covarrubias - Miguel using shape wonderfully. In this pen and ink drawing, the piece is quite simple yet powerful. The patterns on the hair create an almost psychedelic look.

Miguel Covarrubias - Vanity Fair - FDR

Caricature of NY Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt on the September 1932 cover of ‘Vanity Fair’, by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias (artist bio featured later below).

Caricatures-Feb/Mar 2011 - WetCanvas

Miguel Covarrubias ~ Mary Ellis, Lillian Gish, Fred and Phyllis Astaire, and Fanny Brice, circa

Magnificent '20s sketch of Charlie Chaplin by Miguel.

Miguel Covarrubias ~ sketch of Charlie Chaplin

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