Wonderfully humorous and mischievous Vanity Fair covers by A.H. Fish...
"A woman is overjoyed to receive a letter from her sweetheart, much to her dog's dismay. The illustration, by A.H. Fish, appeared on the November 1916 cover."
"Two men duel for a lady's affection on a field of distinctly symbolic flowers in A.H. Fish's illustration, which appeared on the December 1916 cover."
"A woman, at home leafing through a catalog of automobiles, calls up a man, maybe her husband, to discuss her potential purchase. A.H. Fish created this cartoon, which appeared on the January 1921 cover."
"A woman grows visibly annoyed with her husband, who refuses to put down his newspaper at the dinner table. The illustration, by A.H. Fish, appeared on the February 1921 cover."
"A.H. Fish's cartoon covers traditionally combined minimalist style with mischievous subject matters. Here, a suave holiday partygoer finds himself with a lady on each arm, directly under an extralarge bunch of mistletoe. The illustration appeared on the December 1921 cover."
"Stranded under a full moon, a motorist is defeated by a flat tire while his date waits in the car. A.H. Fish's whimsical cartoon appeared on the January 1922 cover."
"Curled in a chair, a woman comes to tears over a stack of bills while her well-dressed husband nonchalantly has a smoke. A.H. Fish's illustration appeared on the January 1923 cover."
"An amorous couple's flirtation under a palm tree's shade arouses the interest of a nosy woman, whose shocked face appears from behind a curtain. The illustration, by A.H. Fish, appeared on the September 1923 cover."