Editor of Punch, Edmund G. V. Knox, reading a magazine.
March 24, 2007 License
Sir Alan Herbert, author and barrister-at-law, celebrates 60 years of writing for satirical magazine 'Punch', by cashing in a cow at Barclays Bank, based on one of his 'misleading cases in common law' when someone wrote a cheque for...More
A cartoon satirising the sweatshops of the clothing industry. Original Artist: By John Leech from Punch Magazine.
A satirical cartoon from the magazine 'Punch' in 1867 showing the philosopher John Stuart Mill advocating female suffrage.
A gorilla wears a sandwich-board which asks the question 'Am I a Man and a Brother?', in answer to Charles Darwin's controversial theory on the evolution of the human race. A cartoon from Punch magazine signed by 'Gorilla - Zoological...More
A satirical cartoon from Punch magazine showing a skeleton rowing along the River Thames.
Jamaican nurse, adventurer and writer Mary Jane Seacole (1805 - 1881), heroine of the Crimean War, 1857. Original publication : Punch Magazine - pub. 30th May 1857
A cartoon entitled 'Off The Rail' from the satirical magazine Punch relating to the bankruptcy of George Hudson MP, known as the 'Railway King'.
British prime minister John Russell (1792 - 1878) greets a man who arrives with a bill from the Chartist Movement, a British movement demanding certain electoral reforms. Original Artwork: A cartoon from Punch magazine.
Malcolm Muggeridge (1903 - 1990), the English journalist and sage. To his left is the Hon Peter Dickinson and to his right is Antony Powell and J B Boothroyd Original Publication: Picture Post - 6896 - Punch Gets A New Editor - unpub....More