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This is a list of cartoonists, visual artists who specialize in drawing cartoons. This list includes only notable cartoonists and is not meant to be exhaustive. This list includes only notable cartoonists and is not meant to be exhaustive.
We don’t have a lot of political cartoons from the very early republic, but lately I have very much appreciated one called “Mad Tom in a Rage.” As you can see, it shows the Devil and Tom Paine working to pull down the Federal Government.
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Daniel Kurtzman is a political journalist turned satirist. He has been widely cited as a political humor expert and authored two books on the subject.
A political cartoon titled "Columbia Demands Her Children" from 1864 is a representation of the nation asking President Abraham Lincoln for an accounting of the war dead. 5. Thomas Nast’s Anti-Tammany Cartoons, 1871 Ironically, the “Father of the American Cartoon” was German-born caricaturist and editorial cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902).
" Seuss' Political Cartoons - The children's author drew more than 400 fantastical political cartoons in the early years of World War II." "Skype lesson about analyzing political cartoons" " Seuss Political Cartoon (Note: The posting of this cartoon doesn't necessarily mean the poster agrees with it.
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4A-1066486 Artist unknown, "The Providential Detection," cartoon, reprinted from The American Past, by Roger Butterfield (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947) 32. 4B-1066491 Anonymous, "Mad Tom in a Rage," cartoon, c. 1800, reprinted from A History of American Graphic Humor, by William Murrell (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1933) 48.