some Plymouths not by Witt

Plymouth-P12-100-VienneseWaltzes-rado

Plymouth-P12-103-MadameButterfly-einhorn

Plymouth-P12-109-Spirituals-RoyLaGrone

Plymouth-P12-110-ANightInVenice

Plymouth-P12-124-HansChristianAnderson-fernandez

Plymouth-P12-48-AlfredKitchin-deHarak-dark

Plymouth-P12-48-AlfredKitchin-deHarak-pale

Plymouth-P12-50-CapriccioEspanol-graber

Plymouth-P12-97-LaBoheme-bunce

In order to get the viewer to see my point that Curt John Witt was a major talent, I show a few covers on the same label, not by him. Most are signed by someone. Rudolf de Harak has his fans (the Beethoven/Mozart cover) but I am not really one of them.

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One Response to some Plymouths not by Witt

  1. scottlindberg says:

    I feel obliged to proclaim my undying respect for Rudolph de Harak. He, along with Alvin Lustig, Saul Bass, and Lou Danziger formed Los Angeles Society for Contemporary Designers after a lecture given by Gyorgy Kepes in the 1940s. Check out his covers for Westminster. Simply amazing!

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