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The Political Cartoon Gallery and The Daily Telegraph are lining up a celebration

March 8, 2016 in General

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The Political Cartoon Gallery’s next exhibition, ‘On the Right lines: celebrating 50 years of cartoons in the Daily Telegraph’ is to be opened by the world-renowned historian and former Daily Telegraph editor, Sir Max Hastings. The exhibition covers the political scene of the last fifty years since Nick Garland’s first cartoon appeared in March 1966 in the Daily Telegraph.

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The exhibition will be open to the public from Thursday 17 March until Saturday 4 June. It will include original cartoon artwork by all those cartoonists who have worked or still work for the Daily Telegraph, such as Nick Garland, Richard Cole, Mathew Pritchett ‘Matt’, John Jenson (Sunday Telegraph) Patrick Blower, Bob Moran and Christian Adams.

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‘On the Right lines: celebrating 50 years of cartoons in the Daily Telegraph’ opens on Thursday 17 March and runs until Saturday 4 June at The Political Gallery, 16 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London SW15 1JP

Find out more about The Political Gallery by visiting the website here.

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