This is just a quickie, to show a couple of lovely covers I came across while researching the Romek Marber posts. They are for two of my favourite Vladimir Nabokov novels (Laughter in the Dark being a particular favourite: uxorious husband goes blind, and his movie starlet wife secretly moves her lover into their house; lover then proceeds to subtly torment husband). Click for bigger versions.
These woodcut illustrations are credited to a Morton Dimonstein. About him I could find no information, but it appears that he was also known as Morton Dimondstein, a painter and sculptor who died in Los Angeles in 2000: an obituary is online here, while a small gallery of his work is available online here. From the latter, here is his 'Self Portrait of the artist sculpting in his studio, with sculptures in foreground'.