For more information on Weber you might link here and here.
Weber's style was sketchy, and done often using charcoal sometimes supported by wash. I suppose he might be rated as an above-average New Yorker cartoonist (its cartoons were well above the general average). But he did not achieve the fame of members of the previous New Yorker generation such as Charles Addams and Peter Arno.
I happen to be a demographer, a distant cousin of actuarial work. Makes me wonder how famous I am.
As the author of a book on population forecasting, this cartoon also hits home.
Oh so true.