Ana Juan has contributed cover art to The New Yorker since 1995. Born in Valencia, Spain, in 1961, Juan studied fine arts and later moved to Madrid, where she began to publish her illustrations in magazines and newspapers. She has had major exhibitions in Geneva (1988), New York (1992), and Spain (1999 and 2006). Juan has published many illustrated books, including several for children. “The Night Eater” (2004), the first children’s book that she both wrote and illustrated, won the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Award in 2004. Juan is currently at work on a new children’s book and recently contributed paintings to the Metropolitan Opera’s Gallery Met exhibition “Hansel and Gretel,” presented in conjunction with their production of the Engelbert Humperdinck opera. Juan has lived around the world, and currently resides in Madrid.
Published February 2, 2004
Woman wearing fur is besieged by cats.
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