New Yorker Covers Celebrating Fall

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.
  2. “October 4, 1930,” by Rea Irvin.
  3. “October 29, 1938,” by Peter Arno.
  4. “October 3, 1942,” by James Thurber.
  5. “October 7, 1974,” by Charles Saxon.
  6. “October 20, 1980,” by J. J. Sempé.
  7. “October 19, 1981,” by Arthur Getz.
  8. “Remembrance of Flings Past,” by Edward Sorel, October 4, 1993.
  9. “Fall Guise,” by Michael Roberts, November 10, 1997.
  10. “The Fall,” by J. J. Sempé, November 15, 1999.
  11. “A Pretty Picture,” by Benoît van Innis, November 10, 2003.
  12. “Fall Ritual,” by Bruce McCall, October 9, 2006.
  13. “Autumn in Central Park,” by Eric Drooker, November 9, 2009.
  14. “Open Season,” by Bruce McCall, November 7, 2011.