More from the book Great Cartoons of the World, Volume III Anatol Kovarsky James Stevenson for The New Yorker. This three-pager is by Jean-Jacques Sempé for Editions Denoël Robert Day for Saturday Review Stanislav Holý for Dikobraz
Editor John Bailey writes of him in the introduction:
Stanislav Holý is a Czechoslovakian comic-artist, from which appellation the word “artist” cannot be taken away. He has deep understanding of form, and so can make fun of it. The richness of suggested detail in his work is satisfying and amusing, and because he possesses a strong sense of design, all the queer things he drags into his drawings work for him. His Kafka-like statements are eternal and transcend a momentary funny thought.
Bill Tidy for Punch
Two of Cesc's trademark beggar cartoons:
Two-pager by J. M. Bosc in Paris Match
I had to cut off part of this to avoid shadows, but the person speaking was on the lower left talking to their kid.
More next Saturday.
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