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Richard Doyle was born in London in September of 1824, and died
December 11, 1883 in London. He was an artist and caricaturist. In 1843 he
became a regular contributor to the humor magazine Punch, but left in 1850
because of its anti-Catholic bias. He had a special gift for painting parades,
processions, and historical pageantry, and also became a leading illustrator of
fairyland figures, such as pixies, giants, trolls, etc.
Biographical source: Something About the
Author , vol. 21
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ink and water color drawing
(1 p.) Box MC1472