DescriptionArtist: Tissot, James (1836-1902) Lithograph Oct. 26, 1872 14"x9" Vanity Fair portrait No. 208, Statesmen No. 128. Location: North Academic Center, Cohen Library Archives & Special Collections Gift of Dr. David Klein (Class of 1902; THHS and English Dept. Faculty 1905-1937) Note: Weekly from 1868 to 1914, Vanity Fair caricatures both lampooned and praised eminent Victorian and Edwardian politicians, sportsmen, lawyers and other “Men of the Day.” Vanity Fair founder and editor, Thomas Gibson Bowles (1842-1922), invited readers to recognize the vanities of human existence through the magazine’s prose and colored caricatures.
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