30x40 cm The Newyorker 117 Sempe Cat Sits on the Edge
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117- SEMPE - CAT SITS ON THE EDGE
Collection : The New Yorker
The cat is one of Sempé's favorite animals, and as such, it appears on more than one cover of The New Yorker. On the December 8, 1980 cover, he demonstrates that a cat always chooses the best place to settle, not always the easiest to get to, but the one that best enhances it, like a sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET).