Published August 1, 1934
Throughout the 1930s, Paolo Garretto's stylized, boldly colored political cartoons appeared on and between the covers of Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, House & Garden, and Fortune, among other publications. During World War II, Garretto was deposed to Italy and sent to a prison camp when he refused to caricature political leaders for the Nazi Party. This photograph of Garretto, by Lusha Nelson, appeared in the August 1934 Vanity Fair.
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