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'Am I a man and a brother?' a begging ape's placard reads in this cartoon 'Monkeyana' published in this 'Punch, or The London Charivari' cartoon published in 1861. See description for more information.
The very first illustration published in 1841 in 'Punch' Magazine by William Newman: 19th century black and white illustration;
“Whiskerandos – “There, my boy! It isn’t everybody who could do that!”” illustration by John Leech (1817-1864) published in the satirical magazine ‘Punch’ in 1854.
A cartoon published in the satirical magazine Punch in 1882, ridiculing the idea that Manchester could become a major seaport
1857 Punch cartoon „The British Lion's Vengeance on the Bengal Tiger“ commenting The Siege of Cawnpore by Sir John Tenniel
Satirical vintage colour illustration by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) from “Dr. Syntax’s Three Tours” by William Combe (1741-1823), published in 1869
The Tempter (Punch, November 27, 1886). Artist: Sir John Tenniel (British, London 1820-1914 London). Dimensions: Sheet: 10 3/8 x 7 3/4 in. (26.4 x 19.7 cm). Date: 1886. This satirical print published in the periodical 'Punch' shows a thin, desperate man unable to find work at the edge of a cliff with Death tempting him to jump. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
“The Beard and Moustache Movement – Railway Guard: “Now Ma’am, is this your luggage? Old Lady (who concludes she is attacked by Brigands): “Oh yes” Gentlemen it’s mine. Take it – Take all I have – but spare our lives!!”” illustration by John Leech (1817-1864) published in the satirical magazine ‘Punch’ in 1853.
1890 Punch cartoon commenting on Otto von Bismarck, caricature by Sir John Tenniel, Dropping the Pilot,