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The Cartoonist as Artist, Part 2

Cartoonists in the Armory Show In my previous post I argued that cartoonists’ reactions to the Armory show may have been born as much out of sympathy for and interest in the formal experimentation of the more revolutionary European modernists … Continue reading

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The Cartoonist as Artist, Part 2

Cartoonists in the Armory Show In my previous post I argued that cartoonists’ reactions to the Armory show may have been born as much out of sympathy for and interest in the formal experimentation of the more revolutionary European modernists … Continue reading

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The Cartoonist as Artist, Part 1

Working on a dissertation that attempts to put early newspaper comics into their cultural context, I had hoped to avoid the topic of “art” all together. Whenever I come across analyses that depend too much on the canons of high … Continue reading

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