Ian Frazier remembers the artist Saul Steinberg:
“Perhaps because he survived the war, he made a point of not doing things that he didn’t want to do, true to the sincerest instincts of his child self. He did what he wanted more faithfully and to better artistic effect than anybody I’ve ever known.”
Above: The artist Saul Steinberg holds hands with a cutout photograph of himself as a boy. Photograph by Evelyn Hofer.