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Satire generally (FIRST SCREEN)

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Against John Bull
Peace

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Death

Maps
Big Business (2 screens)
The Bolshevist in Cartoon/Caricature

Theodore Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Winston Churchill

Joseph Chamberlain
Lloyd George
Adolf Hitler
Russia, Britain's Ally 1942

Comic Strip ads

Comics against art 19thC

Comics against art 20thC
Anti-strip cartoons

COMIC CHARACTERS (characterisation)

 

COMIC PRIMER OF OPTIONS (CLICHE)

 

 

COLLECTION OF THE WORLD'S CARTOONS

THE WORLD'S CARTOONS 1920's (5 SCREENS)

THE WORLD'S CARTOONS 1939 (2 GALLERIES)

CARTOONS 1936-1943 (NEW REVIEW)
CARICATURE OF TODAY 1928, A SELECTION

 

 

 

THE ARTISTS in Alphabetical order

 

A

Acanthus

Charles Addams,
Anton

Victor Anderson (Life)

Bruce Angrave

Peter Arno

 

B

A.C.Barratt

H.M.Bateman

Charles Bennett

René Bull

Jean Bruler, Pif and Paf

Sam Berman

Wilhelm Busch

W.F.Burrows

C

Czermanski for FORTUNE

Callendar, Flash Macaroni

Caran D'Ache

Leo Cheney (Passing Show)
George Cruikshank

 

D

Jay Darling

Clarence Day

Whitney Darrow
Honore Daumier
Decamps, L'An de Grace 1840, .... 1830 litho

Robert Deighton, London Nuisance x 4

Thomas Derrick for PUNCH

D'Eguille (The Silent Screen)

Richard Doyle

Albert Dubout, Raileries

Marie Duval (Ally Sloper)

Derso and Kellen for FORTUNE

EDMUND DUFFY AND THE COLD WAR

 

 

E

Rowland Emmett

 

F

Wally Fawkes Flook

Bud Fisher, Mutt and Jeff

Charles Forbell

Lyonel Feininger Menu

Arthur Ferrier

Bud Fisher
Fougasse
Fontaine Fox
Arthur Frost
Al Frueh
Harry Furniss

 

G

Ghezzi, Man about Town

David Ghilchik

James Gillray
A.S.Graham (July 1955)

Chester Gould, selected panels

F.C.Gould

Charles Gibson

Grandville, Course au clocher adademique 1839

Carl Giles, article by Robert Hughes, Architectural review

 

H

H.K.Hasleden

Hewison W. July 1955

Herblock

Thomas Henry

John Held Jr

William Hogarth

Helen Hokinson
Frank Horrabin
Thomas Hood

 

I, K

Ionicus

Rea Irvin

Edmond Kapp

 

L

Osbert Lancaster

David Langdon, At Large 1958

Joe Lee

Mary Lee

Patrick Lee
David Levine
David Low

 

M

Mahood June 1955

Phil May

Reginald Marsh
Winsor McKay
A.Moreland

 

N

Thomas Nast

Ernest Noble

O

Robert Osborne

Will Owen

Ricard Opisso

 

P

S.J.Perelman

Austin Payne, Pip Squeak and Wilfred

Mary Petty

Pett of the Daily Mirror single 1941

'Phipps' article 1941

Watts Phillips, How teddington Locke was not returned for Buben grubm c1850 1941

PONT of Punch, The British Character

 

R

E.T.Reed menu

Gardner Rea

Raemaekers war cartoons

Wyndham Robinson

W.Heath Robinson (advertising)

James Riddell

William Ridgewell

Carl Rose

John Ryan, Pugwash

 

S

Linley Sambourne

Scully, William June 1955

Ronald Searle
Dr.Seuss
R.C.Sheriffs
Graham Simmons
O.Soglow
George Sprod
Leslie Starke

Saul Steinberg

G.F.Studdy (Passing Shown Menu)

Sidney Strube  
J.F.Sullivan

Sullivant (UK)

Sullivant (US)

John Spooner (Aus)

 

T

Laurie Taylor

G.B.Tiepolo

R.Taylor

J.W.Taylor (June 1955)

James Thurber
Rudolf Toppfer

U,V

Vicky

 

W

Millar Watt's POP

H.T.Webster

Tom Webster

Gluyas Williams menu
David Wilson
Arthur Watts

Dyke White

George Whitelow Menu

Gilbert Wilkinson

 

 

 

SINGLES

SHE WOULD ONLY MARRY A HERO C1880

THE PRESSURES OF MODERN LIFE, Alain, New Yorker 1942
ESQUIRE CARTOONISTS C1960

 

THE TIRED OLD FORMULAE

HOARY OLD CARTOON CLICHES, DONALD MAGEE NEW YORKER

The Hot House of British Humour ROWLAND EMETT(visual cliches)

 

 

 

 

HOW TO DO IT

Lutz, Practical Graphic Figures

Manning Hall Making Faces

Percy Bradshaw Press Art School
Schools for cartoonists,
Teaching Cartoons over the Phone US c1934
Gene Byrnes, Complete Guide

L.A.Doust Cartoon and Caricature

Harry Michaelson, Lightning Cartoonist at work
Richard Taylor, Introduction to Cartooning 1947
How to Draw for London Opinion
W.A.S. Herbert, Caricatures and How to Draw Them 1951
I Meet Such People, Gurney Williams 1946
WASH,Caricatures and How to Make Them, 1951

HOW TO DRAW COMIC BOOK HEROES AND VILLAINS,

 

BRITISH COMICS

 

A SMALL SELECTION

 

ADVENTURE 1949

BEANO 1947

BOYS MAG
CHAMPION 

CHASER PLATOON

COMIC CUTS 1944

DANDY 1968

EAGLE DAN DARE

EAGLE L.ASHWELL WOOD

EAGLE VISUAL FEATURES

FILM FUN 1951

KINEMA COMIC 1926
KNOCKOUT 1958

ILLUSTRATED CHIPS

RADIO FUN 1952

SHIVER AND SHAKE 1974

SPARKY
THUNDER

TIGER

VALIANT

WHIZZER AND CHIPS

WIZARD

 

MAGAZINES

NUGGETS 1894-1905

PUNCH(almanacs)

JUDGE

JEUDI DE LA JEUNESSE 
THE PASSING SHOW  

MEGGENDORFER'S BLATTER 1897

VANITY FAIR CARICATURES

LA CARICATURE, PARIS, A SHEET OF COSTUMES

ALMANACH VERMOT 1925

ALMANACH DE RIRE 1927

GENS QUI RIENT C1928

 

AMERICA - A SMALL SELECTION

 

 

FEATURES

FORTUNE, 1933 The Funny Papers

FORMAL ASPECTS

single panels celebrated

Speech Bubbles

 

 

There is an absence of classification and analysis in the study of cartoons and caricatures.

This part of my website tries to give the perspective of the working professional.

One resource is the compilation of the world's comics of the week in such

magazines as The Review of Review and The Passing Show .