There are many ways to draw a falling leaf, and a few varieties of foliage have appeared on the cover of The New Yorker.
  1. “November 27, 1926,” by Peter Arno.
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  2. “October 4, 1930,” by Rea Irvin.
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  3. “October 29, 1938,” by Peter Arno.
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  4. “October 3, 1942,” by James Thurber.
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  5. “October 7, 1974,” by Charles Saxon.
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  6. “October 20, 1980,” by J. J. Sempé.
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  7. “October 19, 1981,” by Arthur Getz.
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  8. “Remembrance of Flings Past,” by Edward Sorel, October 4, 1993.
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  9. “Fall Guise,” by Michael Roberts, November 10, 1997.
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  10. “The Fall,” by J. J. Sempé, November 15, 1999.
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  11. “A Pretty Picture,” by Benoît van Innis, November 10, 2003.
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  12. “Fall Ritual,” by Bruce McCall, October 9, 2006.
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  13. “Autumn in Central Park,” by Eric Drooker, November 9, 2009.
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  14. “Open Season,” by Bruce McCall, November 7, 2011.
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