Art: Young Turk

Over slivers of goose liver at Horcher's in Berlin, Publisher Conde Nast told Vogue's Editor Edna Woolman Chase and Vanity Fair's Editor Frank Crowninshield that he had just found the ideal art director for his U. S. string of swank magazines. The latest candidate had clinched the job by the calm disdain with which he dismissed able, dapper Publisher Nast's theories on illustration and makeup. This Young Turk was in fact a young Turk, by name Mehemed Fehmy Agha. That was ten years ago. Last week PM, the lively little magazine for production managers...

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