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READY TO FRAME! This mint “New Yorker Magazine” cover by American Illustrator Jenni Oliver is from June 29, 1981. It shows a wisteria-covered porch strung with colorful paper lanterns.

This vintage cover is not a reprint, photographic copy or any other type of reproduction, but an original full-color “New Yorker” cover printed on heavy coated stock. From a smoke-free environment, it measure approximately 8 1/2” x 11” and has no creases, tears or stains.

Jennifer Oliver was born in 1965 in Columbus, Ohio, the daughter of Joseph Low, another well-known New Yorker cover artist. Jenni was still in college when she sold her first artwork to the magazine and at least 17 more followed.

After studying at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the Columbus College of Art and Design, she went to work for Walt Disney studios. In the 1990s her drawings were featured in a retrospective of Disney animation at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

The Orlando, Florida, resident left Disney during the production of “The Lion King” to begin a successful career as a freelance artist, teacher and illustrator of children’s books.

New Yorker cover by Jenni Oliver of wisteria covered porch & paper lanterns 6/29/81 Ready to frame


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Only ships within United States.
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