Artist: Arthur Getz
From the cover of the New Yorker, issued Mar. 22, 1958
The end of March calls for the beginning of Spring, which means good weeks ahead for harbor towns like this one! Warm days mean lobster fishing and the hungry tourists looking for that delicious local fare.
In anticipation of the rush, a local restaurateur repaints a bright red lobster mural, one that appears to have weathered a rough coastal winter.
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