Harry Pincus is an illustrator and printmaker who developed an intricate style of realism which provided great detail in late twentieth century mass media publications. His editorial illustrations, usually in black and white, appeared in the New York Times, New York Daily News, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Liberation (Paris), the Nation, the New Republic, Screw Magazine, Field and Stream, the Washington Star (Final Edition), Psychology Today and many others. House artist at the Lotos Club, he was recently described as an "inspired pencil artist " by Lincoln Center Classical Jazz, in honor of the 25th anniversary of his original series of Jazz posters. Pincus illustrated a leather bound edition of "Spoon River Anthology" for the Franklin Mint, and was awarded the Society of Newspaper Designer award for best (national) series (the Daily News) and single illustration (the Village Voice). Corporate clients include AT&T, Macy's, Fosters Beer, Niederhoffer Investments, Lebenthal & Co., Paul Stuart Clothes, and many more. Harry Pincus took his greatest pride in selling etchings on the streets of Greenwich Village to those who could not otherwise afford to own original art, and drawing the truth, as he understood it, for America's greatest newspapers.