This print by Leo Cullum (1942-2010) was originally published for print in The New Yorker magazine, of which Cullum regularly contributed from 1977 to his death in 2010. Depicting a humorous scene of two men in a bar, the man on the left laments, “I was on the cutting edge. I pushed the envelope. I did the heavy lifting. I was the rainmaker. Then I ran out of metaphors.” This classic piece of satirical literary humor is housed in a cherry frame and has been signed in plate by the artist in the lower right corner of the print.
Other works in The New Yorker collection available, sold separately.
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