Maxwell Revenson (1926 - 19??) was a graphic artist and humorist active in the New York during the second half of the 20th century.  Revenson was from the Midwood section of Brooklyn New York.  Revenson graduated from the Yale MFA and program in 1951. Revenson served in the U.S. Air Force and did his undergraduate studies at Columbia University.  Revenson was a member of the Pi Alpha fraternity and an editor of both the Yale Record and the Yale Literary Magazine.  He married Joyce Blitman in 1951, a few months before being awarded his MFA from Yale.  Little is known of his career.  He produced a pictorial map of Yale during his junior year at that college, 1950.  He later did the artwork for the Patty Duke game, issued in 1963.