Monday, 4 October 2010, 12:00AM
Museum of London

The History of British Cartoons and Caricature

The Rt Hon Lord Baker of Dorking CH

Political, satirical, comic and incendiary: from Hogarth's images of London life, through the Golden Age of Punch Magazine, to the present day; the eclectic and vibrant tradition of representing ones life and times in cartoons continues to hold its place in modern Britain in print, in film and now through the internet.

This is the first of four lectures in our 'Mondays at One' series on Illustrators.

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4 October 2010

The History of British Cartoons and Caricature
The Rt Hon Lord Baker of Dorking CH

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