Christina Malman was born in Southhampton, England in 1912. When she was two year’s old she moved to New York City, where she lived and worked for the rest of her life. Christina began her career as a cover artist for the “New Yorker” magazine in the mid 1930’s. Over the course of twenty years, she designed numerous covers, 34 of which were actually published by the New Yorker. She also drew more than 500 "spot" illustrations, many of which were used in the “Goings on About Town” section of the magazine.
New Yorker, magazine cover, Audobon, bird watching, satire