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Cartoon Great Mischa Richter

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MISCHA RICHTER delighted readers of “The New Yorker” for a half century.  His magazine art — his preferred term, rather than cartoon — appeared in other magazines over the years as well, but he was best known as one of “The New Yorker’s” most prolific contributors. Starting in January 1942, the magazine published more than 1,500 of his creations. Their common traits were wit, craftsmanship and intellectual curiosity.

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