Cartoonists at war; Huggett, Frank Edward; 2000; 711202214; 2016.4.12
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Provides a unique record of the development of the war cartoon form the caricatures in the early pages of Punch, Judy, and Fun, in the middle of the nineteenth century, to the creation of hte great cartoon figures in modern times, such as Old Bill of the First World War, and Pilot Officer Prune of the Second. Included are biographies of over twenty of the most brilliant cartoonists, from the men who first popularised cartoons - Gillray, Rowlandson, and Cruikshank - through Leech, Doyle, and Tenniel, to the twentieth-century exponents of the art - Will Dyson, Sir David Low, Sir Osbert Lancaster, and David Langdon. Includes bibliography (p. ) and index.Date Made
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