The fourth installment continued from last Saturday's serialization of Great Cartoons of the World, volume 2, from 1968. James Stevenson for New Yorker Norman Thelwell. Editor John Bailey says in his introduction:
The rich, velvety, sumptuous of Norman Thelwell are in the tradition of English illustration, but they are mischievous and full of all kinds of antics. He has a deep knowledge of children and animals, and of the countryside, all of which he uses with wit and understanding.
Jules Stauber (you can put the text from this link in a translator.)
Donald Reilly again for New Yorker.
Hans-Georg Rauch for Nebelspalter
Volker Ernsting for Bärmeier & Nikel
George Price in New Yorker in 1964.
Charles Edward Martin in Saturday Evening Post
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