Cartoon exhibition: Pont of Punch

April 11, 2008 in General

Cartoon by Punch cartoonist Pont. (Click to enlarge)

An exhibition entitled Pont: Observing the British at Home and Abroad runs at the Cartoon Museum in London from April 23 until July 27.

It features more than 90 classic cartoons about the quirks of the British by Graham Laidler, better known as the Punch cartoonist Pont.

The Cartoon Museum is at 35 Little Russell Street, London. It is open Tue-Sat, 10.30am-5.30pm; Sun 12pm-5.30pm. Admission: £4, £3, free to students and under-18s. Visit the Cartoon Museum website.

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1 response to Cartoon exhibition: Pont of Punch

  1. Pont– long enjoyed from the 1930 editions of Punch. By coincidence a friend has just posted me a clutch of Pont’s cartoons representing his series The British Character- Including ” Love of waiting in traffic blocks”, “Absence of Decision””Interest in natural history”etc.

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