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Richard Taylor

b. 1902 in Fort William, Ontario. Debuted with The New Yorker in 1936. As of 1940, when one of the photos below was taken, he was "liv[ing] in Connecticut, among the woodpeckers."

This guy's portrayals always gave me the creeps. Those ugly big eyes and sharp noses and all that.
Richard Taylor (pos-[ing] in his studio at Worm's End) (from Introduction to Cartooning)
Richard Taylor ("pos-[ing] in his studio at Worm's End") (from Introduction to Cartooning)
Taylor (from Cartoon Humor Vol,, 3 No. 1 March 1940)
Taylor (from Cartoon Humor Vol,, 3 No. 1 March 1940)
The Better Taylors (1945) (inscribed)
:: The Better Taylors (1945) (inscribed) ::
Introduction to Cartooning (1947) (inscribed)
:: Introduction to Cartooning (1947) (inscribed) ::
Compound Fractured French (1951)
Compound Fractured French (1951)
Butchered Baseball (1952)
Butchered Baseball (1952)
By the Dawn’s Ugly Light (1953)
By the Dawn’s Ugly Light (1953)
My Husband Keeps Telling Me To Go To Hell (1955)
My Husband Keeps Telling Me To Go To Hell (1955)
Nothing Brightens the Garden Like Primrose Pants (1955)
Nothing Brightens the Garden Like Primrose Pants (1955)
The Little Black Book (1957)
The Little Black Book (1957)
Always Say Maybe (1960) (illustrated by Taylor)
Always Say Maybe (1960) (illustrated by Taylor)
R. Taylors Wrong Bag (1961)
R. Taylors Wrong Bag (1961)
Some of Taylor's better cartoons....
:: Some of Taylor's better cartoons.... ::
Original Cartoon:  Problem Solved!
:: Original Cartoon: Problem Solved! ::