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America in Caricature 1765 – 1865

Political Cartoons of the Lilly Library: America in Caricature 1765 – 1865. The caricatures depict times of turbulence in American history and range in date from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 and to the presidential elections of … Continue reading

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The Art of War

The Art of War is a great National Archives online exhibition with three sessions (Illustrations, Propaganda and Valour & Gallantry), and site extras. The Illustrations is my favourite with books, comics, caricatures, “horrors of war” and magazines. Don’t miss the … Continue reading

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Monstrous Craws & Character Flaws

Monstrous Craws & Character Flaws: masterpieces of cartoon and caricature at the Library of Congress. (via stationsvakt)

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Famous Person Caricatures

Famous Person Caricatures: 32 stock cards caricatures of famous person as a baby, famous person in a pose or situation related to their fame by E. B. Duval, famous man with his title at the bottom preceded by “Ye” (e.g., … Continue reading

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George Cruikshank

Guide to the Richard Vogler Cruikshank Collection: caricatures, serials, illustrated books, drawings and paintings. George Cruikshank’s lengthy career spanned the Regency period (1811-1820) and Victorian era (1837-1901). From age nine to eighty-five, Cruikshank produced thousands of designs in formats ranging … Continue reading

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Honoré Daumier

The French caricaturist Honoré Daumier was also painter and sculptor. His works are an amazing visual critic and registry of French society of the XIX century. The Parisian public rightly admired Honoré Daumier as the newspaper caricaturist who so perceptively … Continue reading

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