Cartoonist most recognized for his contributions to The New Yorker. In 1978, an artistic retrospective was created in his honor at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
He majored in Philosophy for just one year, studying at the University of Bucharest.
His own foundation, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, was created after his death.
His parents were American, but he was born in Romania.
He worked extensively for The New Yorker, which employed other famous writers, including children's writer Roald Dahl.