11 Famous Artists Who Created Gorgeous "Vogue" Covers

MOMA isn't the only institution to house famous works by Salvador Dalí and Andy Warhol.

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1. Ethel Wright, Nov. 1902

Wright was a Victorian-era painter, who throughout her career exhibited a total of 39 works at London's Royal Academy between 1888 and 1929.

Pictured right: Wright's painting, Bonjour, Pierrot.

2. J. Allen St. John, March 1909

Chicago-born artist St. John, is best known for being the illustrator of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novels.

Pictured right: St. John's illustration for the cover of Burroughs' Tarzan and the Golden Lion.

3. Eduardo García Benito, Sept. 1926

Art Deco artist, Benito, was a contracted illustrator at Vogue throughout the '20s and '30s.

Pictured right: Benito's portrait of King Alfonso XIII de Borbón of Spain, titled: Alfonso XIII a Caballo.

5. André E. Marty, Aug. 1930

Along with Vogue, Parisian artist Marty, regularly contributed illustrations to publications like: Harper’s Bazaar, Le Sourire, Fémina, and the prestigious, Gazette du Bon Ton.

Pictured right: Marty's Woman With Jewelry Chest.

9. Erwin Blumenfeld, Jan. 1950

Blumenfeld was not only a well-regarded fashion photographer, but, is considered an early innovator, mixing photography with Dadaism. He is also well known for his black-and-white nudes.

Pictured right: An example of Blumenfeld's work in Dada photography, Charlie Chaplin.

11. Andy Warhol, Dec./Jan 1984

Warhol was no stranger to magazine cover design, he created many iconic cover's for his own magazine, Interview, throughout the '70s and early '80s.

Pictured right: Warhol's Diana Ross Interview magazine cover, Jan. 1981.