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Christopher Wheeler | profile | all galleries >> Cartoon(ist) Gallery >> W. A. Rogers tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

W. A. Rogers

According to cartoon historian Rick Marschall, Rogers "had an incredible career, intimate with everyone from Abbey to Frost, held in high esteem by critical bullies like Joseph Pennell. Drew for Harper's Weekly and Monthly; Life and Puck; New York Herald and distinguished books. Yet he was, to me, a crappy artist and his ideas were insipid. Or cliched. But he had a great run -- and his autobiography is a TERRIFIC source for information and gossip about cartoons, illustration, politics, journalism, the theater, and much more, especially the personalities in each field, 1875-1920." (Thanks, Rick.)
W.A. Rogers
W.A. Rogers
Hits at Politics (1899, 12 x 15)
Hits at Politics (1899, 12 x 15")
America's Black and White Book (1917) (inscribed)
:: America's Black and White Book (1917) (inscribed) ::