Punch magazine's "Mr. Briggs" cartoons illustrated issues over fox hunting during the 1850s.

Punch magazine's "Mr. Briggs" cartoons illustrated issues over fox hunting during the 1850s.

In the centre of a group of allotments full of people working a man whose allotment is only a lawn relaxes on a deckchair. Comic Colour Cartoon; artist: Norman Thelwell. Published in Punch Magazine 31 May 1954. Buy this cartoon as a framed print, a canvas print or a wall poster.

In the centre of a group of allotments full of people working a man whose allotment is only a lawn relaxes on a deckchair. Comic Colour Cartoon; artist: Norman Thelwell. Published in Punch Magazine 31 May 1954. Buy this cartoon as a framed print, a canvas print or a wall poster.

Saw something similar at Ikea. Going to get a butterfly punch and make this myself.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Saw something similar at Ikea. Going to get a butterfly punch and make this myself. More

Card making technique: How to extend your framelit die shapes with a Big Shot by Natalie Lapakko.

New Catalog Sneak Peek Parade of Cards

Card making technique: How to extend your framelit die shapes with a Big Shot by Natalie Lapakko.

Armored Trooper Votoms 1/12 Scale Action Figure: Votoms ATM-09-ST Scopedog * 1/12 Scale Articulated Figure * Materials: ABS, PVC, POM, Fabric * Height: approx. 330m, approx. 150mm (Pilot) * Scopedog has articulated Turn Picks and Roller Dash wheels on each foot. * With 3 detachable Machinegun magazine. * With 8 detachable Arm Punch magazine. * With 2 detachable Arm Punch magazine holder (holds 3 Arm Punch magazines). * Pilot figure has 7 interchangeable hands (1 pair of fists, 1 pai...

Armored Trooper Votoms 1/12 Scale Action Figure: Votoms ATM-09-ST Scopedog * 1/12 Scale Articulated Figure * Materials: ABS, PVC, POM, Fabric * Height: approx. 330m, approx. 150mm (Pilot) * Scopedog has articulated Turn Picks and Roller Dash wheels on each foot. * With 3 detachable Machinegun magazine. * With 8 detachable Arm Punch magazine. * With 2 detachable Arm Punch magazine holder (holds 3 Arm Punch magazines). * Pilot figure has 7 interchangeable hands (1 pair of fists, 1 pai...

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women.  Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Source/Date: Punch, December 23, 1865

Source/Date: Punch, December 23, 1865

This full-page print (measuring 14 x 10 mounted), is taken from Punch Magazine of December 19th 1868. The illustration is entitled A Friend at Court and is by the acclaimed artist Sir John Tenniel (most famous for his original Alice in Wonderland pictures).

Punch Magazine December 1868: 'A friend at court' by Sir John Tenniel

This full-page print (measuring 14 x 10 mounted), is taken from Punch Magazine of December 19th 1868. The illustration is entitled A Friend at Court and is by the acclaimed artist Sir John Tenniel (most famous for his original Alice in Wonderland pictures).

Unconquerable. The Kaiser, so, you see - you've lost everything." The King of the Belgians. "Not my soul." Cartoon by Bernard Partridge from PUNCH magazine, 1914.

Unconquerable. The Kaiser, so, you see - you've lost everything." The King of the Belgians. "Not my soul." Cartoon by Bernard Partridge from PUNCH magazine, 1914.

Squandering Fuel. (a German general shovels more soldiers into the burning Stalingrad couldron) - Punch magazine, 1942. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge

Squandering Fuel. (a German general shovels more soldiers into the burning Stalingrad couldron) - Punch magazine, 1942. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge

Europe in Bonds. (1942 - a ravaged Europe is tied to a Swastika cross amid the burning destruction of its cities) - Punch magazine cartoon by Bernard Partridge.

Europe in Bonds. (1942 - a ravaged Europe is tied to a Swastika cross amid the burning destruction of its cities) - Punch magazine cartoon by Bernard Partridge.

Caribbean vegetable curry | This recipe from Debbie Major really packs a punch! And it's guaranteed to warm you up on a cold evening!

Caribbean vegetable curry | This recipe from Debbie Major really packs a punch! And it's guaranteed to warm you up on a cold evening!

"A few conceptions, picked up from press accounts here and there, of what the "tanks" are really like." Punch magazine cartoon from 1916 on the first appearance of Tanks which were newly introduced to the Battle of the Somme.

"A few conceptions, picked up from press accounts here and there, of what the "tanks" are really like." Punch magazine cartoon from 1916 on the first appearance of Tanks which were newly introduced to the Battle of the Somme.

Ottoman Empire Cartoons - Images | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive

Ottoman Empire Cartoons - Images | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive

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