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Stars of Political Cartooning – Art Young

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we finish the month out with a look at another cartoonist who was put on trial along with Robert Minor and Boardman Robinson, only this fellow was a bit more like the James Connolly to their Patrick Pearses.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Jeff MacNelly

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a three-time Pulitizer Prize-winning cartoonist who is one of the most (if not THE most) emulated political cartoonist today (and that’s not even mentioning his award-winning humor comic strip!).

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Clifford “CK” Berryman

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at the Pulitizer Prize-winning cartoonist who helped give the world the teddy bear.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Boardman Robinson

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a powerful cartoonist/journalist who, like his contemporary, Robert Minor, stood up for his beliefs even when the US Government branded him a traitor.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Will Dyson

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a hauntingly beautiful World War I war cartoonist whose sharp sense of justice continued after the war, as well.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Daniel Fitzpatrick

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist who was a major influence upon his successor, Bill Maudlin.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Arthur Szyk

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at an opponent of Hitler’s Germany who Eleanor Roosevelt called a “one-man army against fascism.”

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Carl Giles

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at the man voted ‘Britain’s Favourite Cartoonist of the 20th Century’.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Homer Davenport

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a US cartoonist who was controversial enough that the government tried to ban his cartoons!

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Vaughn Shoemaker

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a cartoonist who created the character “John Q. Public.”

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Stars of Political Cartooning – John “HB” Doyle

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a famous cartoonist who was (intentionally) anonymous during his life as a cartoonist.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Doug Marlette

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at an award-winning cartoonist who was no stranger to controversy before his life was tragically cut short just last year.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Joseph Keppler

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a cartoonist who is most likely considered to have been Thomas Nast’s successor as the most notable cartoonist in America.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Philip Zec

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a great cartoonist who is, more than most other cartoonists, known almost entirely for two cartoons in particular.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – John Tenniel

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a notable British cartoonist who is most famous for his work on a children’s book.

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