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  • Tamah Taylor

    Artwork for The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1925, by Francis Cugat. The painting is titled Celestial Eyes and Fitzgerald was aware of Cugat's progress with the dust jacket design while he was still writing the book. He was so impressed and inspired by it that he commented to his editor at Scribner's, the great Maxwell Perkins: "For Christ's sake don't give anyone that jacket you're saving for me. I've written it into the book" (Fitzgerald: A Life in Letters, p. 79).

  • Victoria Ching

    The Eyes behind The Great Gatsby Book Cover Art

  • Angie Lewandowski

    book club read...i have never read it before - it was stunning (4.11)

  • Green Ant Press

    Book cover for first edition of The Great Gatsby. Hemingway ridiculed his friend Fitzgerald for the cover. It is now considered a masterpiece of Art Nouveau.

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