Above: This cartoon by Steve Bright – a member of Procartoonists.org – is one of 12 political cartoons selected as among the best of the year by BuzzFeed. Other PCOers, Gary Barker and Martin Rowson, are also included. See the full list here. Elsewhere another of our cartoonists, Steve Bell, talks to the BBC about the history of political […]
Above: It’s difficult to whinge when your work is given pride of place in a fancy art gallery, but Procartoonists.org member Tony Husband still managed to include this observation of the cartooning community in the Hey Wayne! cartoon show currently taking place in Manchester. Tony’s art-related cartoons share the walls of the Richard Goodall Gallery […]
The Age of Thomas Rowlandson is at the Chris Beetles Gallery in St James’s, London, from Wednesday (17 October). The selling exhibition features more than 75 original works by the master draughtsman. It includes fine art landscape drawings and watercolours alongside Rowlandson’s more familiar social caricatures and cartoons lampooning late 18th and early 19th century […]
An exhibition called One Hundred and One Cartoonists is at the Cartoon Museum in London from Thursday 3 November. It features cartoons, comics and caricatures from the collection of Luke Gertler, who has been collecting original cartoon artwork for more than 50 years. On display will be works by H.M. Bateman, Max Beerbohm, Giles, David […]
An exhibition of classic English caricatures opened this week in Germany. The Arena of Ridicule – English Caricatures 1780–1830 celebrates the ‘golden age’ of English caricature and features the likes of James Gillray, George Cruikshank and Thomas Rowlandson and is at the Hamburger Kunsthalle in Hamburg until the 27th September.
An exhibition of political and satirical cartoons goes on display at Bath Central Library from this Wednesday (April 1). Many of the 50 or so cartoons are rare and will not have been seen before. They include caricatures of Bath during its Georgian heyday by Thomas Rowlandson (creator of Bath Races, above, from 1810) images […]