The Ungentlemanly Art: A History of American Political Cartoons
This account of the American political cartoon from 1747 to the work of contemporary cartoonists such as Mauldin and Herblock chronicles the careers of the famous figures and the political situations which provided the cartoonists with their material. It also offers a picture of the mass media (broadsides, newspapers and magazines) through which the cartoonists reached their audiences.
Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi
Kami tak menemukan resensi di tempat biasanya.
Them Damn Pictures
Copper Engraving and Woodcut 17471828
Lithography and Early Magazines 18281865
2 bagian lainnya tidak diperlihatkan
Edisi yang lain - Lihat semua
The ungentlemanly art: a history of American political cartoons
Stephen Hess,Milton Kaplan
Tampilan cuplikan - 1975
American cartooning American cartoonists American political cartoon appeared Arena Art Young artist Bernard Gillam Berryman Bill Mauldin Blaine Boston campaign candidate Caricature Cartoons Magazine century Charles Chicago Daily City Cleveland comic strip Currier & Ives Democratic Draper Hill drew editor famous Feiffer Fitzpatrick Frank Bellew Franklin Frederick Opper George Gillray Gropper Hanna Harper's Weekly Henry Herblock History Homer Davenport humor magazines inspired James John Ames Mitchell Joseph Keppler Judge July June King later Lincoln lithograph London Louis Post-Dispatch Matt Morgan McCutcheon Nast's newspaper Oliphant Paul Szep Philadelphia picture political car political cartoon political cartoonist President Presidential Press published Puck Pulitzer Prize Punch Quill Raemaekers Republican Revere's Rollin Kirby Roosevelt Senator Sept symbol Syndicate Tammany Thomas Nast tion toonist toons Tribune Tweed Uncle Vaughn Shoemaker William wood engraving Worcester wrote York Herald York Journal York World Yorker