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Caught!, by Art Young - Drawing. Public domain image.

Caught!, by Art Young - Drawing. Public domain image.

Español: «Caught!», en el número de septiembre de 1921 de The Liberator.

The Masses May 1911 Art Young - Art nouveau public domain poster

The Masses May 1911 Art Young - Art nouveau public domain poster

Front cover of The Masses, May 1911, issue 5 - cartoon in the center, « The Man with the Axe », designed by Art Young.

The front row at the first meeting of the American Academy of Arts and Letters (Art Young, 1916)

The front row at the first meeting of the American Academy of Arts and...

The front row at the first meeting of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

How often have I got to tell you, by Art Young

How often have I got to tell you, by Art Young

Español: «How often have I got to tell you that I won't "set" on your bad eggs», abril de 1921, The Liberator.

Gentlemen, may I not suggest that we recognize it?, by Art Young

Gentlemen, may I not suggest that we recognize it?, by Art Young

Español: «Gentlemen, may I not suggest that we recognize it?», en el número de mayo de 1919 de The Liberator.

Jesus wanted poster

Jesus wanted poster

Political cartoon by Art Young depicting Jesus on a "wanted-poster". First published in The Masses in 1917.Reward. For information leading to the apprehension of —. Jesus Christ. Wanted - for sedition, crimina... More

Having Their Fling - anti-war cartoon by Art Young, 1917

Having Their Fling - anti-war cartoon by Art Young, 1917

"Having Their Fling" - anti-war cartoon by Art Young. First published 1917 in "The Masses". This copy stamped Apr 23 1918; used in legal case to prosecute the editors of "The Masses" under the "Espionage Act"... More

Lawrence Strike Cartoon

Lawrence Strike Cartoon

Political cartoon which shows a policeman during the Lawrence Strike of 1912 striking down on women and children, who the parents are trying send from Lawrence to other cities which have offered to provide them... More

Poisoned at the Source

Poisoned at the Source

Cartoon depicts Frank B. Noyes of Associated Press as poisoning the well of news. Drawn by Art Young. Published in the Masses Magazine, 1913.

The Masses V1N1 2 (retouched)

The Masses V1N1 2 (retouched)

Part of a collection of images from The Masses, Volume 1, Number 1. Some of these images will need to be improved.

Caricature 1908 - Rather Fresh

Caricature 1908 - Rather Fresh

Illustration from "Caricature (Thirteenth Edition): Wit and Humor of a Nation in Picture, Song and Story." (Internet Archive scan carricature-1908)

The Instigators, by Art Young

The Instigators, by Art Young

Español: «The Instigators», número de diciembre de 1916 de The Masses.

Well, Bishop, how's business in your line?, by Art Young

Well, Bishop, how's business in your line?, by Art Young

Español: «Well, Bishop, how's business in your line?», en el número de mayo de 1919 de The Liberator.

Mother, Never Let Me Hear You Tell The Children That These Humans Are Descendants Of Ours

Mother, Never Let Me Hear You Tell The Children That These Humans Are ...

in this Art Young cartoon from November 1914, a chimpanzee reads news reports of the outbreak of the First World War, and disavows any relation to humans.

190508-goodmorning-cover

190508-goodmorning-cover

Cover of the debut issue of Good Morning magazine, featuring artwork by publisher Art Young.

Excuse me, Sir, who shall I hate next?, by Art Young

Excuse me, Sir, who shall I hate next?, by Art Young

Español: «Excuse me, Sir, who shall I hate next?», en el número de mayo de 1919 de The Liberator.

Millions for 'Defence', by Art Young

Millions for 'Defence', by Art Young

Español: «Millions for "Defence"», número de enero de 1916 de The Masses.

2108-young-arrestthisman

2108-young-arrestthisman

"Arrest This Man," by Art Young.Reward. For information leading to the apprehension of —. Jesus Christ. Wanted - for sedition, criminal anarchy - vagrancy, and conspiring to overthrow the established governmen... More

The Mollycoddles' Union, by Art Young

The Mollycoddles' Union, by Art Young

Español: «The Mollycoddles' Union», caricatura en la página 27 del número de noviembre de 1918 de The Liberator.

Caricature 1908 - Excitement on the RFD

Caricature 1908 - Excitement on the RFD

Illustration from "Caricature (Thirteenth Edition): Wit and Humor of a Nation in Picture, Song and Story." (Internet Archive scan carricature-1908)

The Masses V1N1 3 (retouched)

The Masses V1N1 3 (retouched)

Part of a collection of images from The Masses, Volume 1, Number 1. Some of these images will need to be improved.

Now the, children, all together, three cheers for the Supreme Court

Now the, children, all together, three cheers for the Supreme Court

Español: «Now the, children, all together, three cheers for the Supreme Court», agosto de 1918, The Liberator.

The Cartoonists 1917 Art Young

The Cartoonists 1917 Art Young

Simple English: 'The Cartoonists', by Art Young, 1917, published in The Masses [when ?] shows from the top : Charles Allen Winter, Cornelia Barns, K. R. Chamberlain, Boardman Robinson, and from the left to the... More

He Stirreth Up the People, by Art Young

He Stirreth Up the People, by Art Young

Cover cartoon by Art Young for the “Special Christmas Number” of The Masses, 1913

A Sedition Trial, by Art Young

A Sedition Trial, by Art Young

Español: «A Sedition Trial», en el número de mayo de 1919 de The Liberator.

If you belong here, line up!, by Art Young

If you belong here, line up!, by Art Young

Español: «If you belong here — Line up!», en el número de marzo de 1916 de The Masses.

Artist Jam, 1897

Artist Jam, 1897

In 1897, the New York World published a two-page spread featuring contributions from multiple artists. Left side: Art Young (top), Ferd Long (bottom), George Luks (diamond interior) Right side: Dan McCarthy... More

Caricature 1908 - A Prophet Wanted

Caricature 1908 - A Prophet Wanted

Illustration from "Caricature (Thirteenth Edition): Wit and Humor of a Nation in Picture, Song and Story." (Internet Archive scan carricature-1908)