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Choose from 277 pictures in our Thomas Nast collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


International Law - The Better Way Featured Thomas Nast Print

International Law - The Better Way

International Law - The Better Way by Thomas Nast in Harper's Weekly, 14th November 1874. A boat called The Arbitrator carrying the flag of truce lands in Geneva. Two female allegorical figures, Peace (dove and olive branch) and Justice (sword and scales), get ready to disembark and are greeted by European dignitaries, including the figure of John Bull, under an arch emblazoned Welcome Peace Through Arbitration. The cartoon is captioned with a quote by Ulyssess Grant, "The Nations are fast becoming so Civilised as to feel that there is a Better Way to settle their difficulties than by fighting." Date: 1874

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CARTOON: BANK PANIC, 1873. 'The 'Long' and 'Short' of it is a General 'Bust' up in the Street Featured Thomas Nast Print

CARTOON: BANK PANIC, 1873. 'The "Long" and "Short" of it is a General "Bust" up in the Street

CARTOON: BANK PANIC, 1873.
'The "Long" and "Short" of it is a General "Bust" up in the Street.' Cartoon comment on Wall Street's Black Friday, 19 September 1873, caused by the bankruptcy of government bond agent Jay Cooke & Company, backer of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1873

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Cartoons featuring William Marcy 'Boss' Tweed, James Ingersoll and George Miller Featured Thomas Nast Print

Cartoons featuring William Marcy 'Boss' Tweed, James Ingersoll and George Miller

XJF265588 Cartoons featuring William Marcy 'Boss' Tweed, James Ingersoll and George Miller, from 'Harper's Weekly', 19th August, 1872 (engraving) (b/w photo) by Nast, Thomas (1840-1902); Private Collection; (add.info.: 'Who Stole the People's Money' is one of the most famous American political satirical caricatures featuring William Marcy 'Boss' Tweed (1823-78): corrupt leader of the Tammany Society, the Democratic Party Political Machine; his fraud and stealing of public money were exposed in 1871; Ingersoll was given nearly 6 million dollars for furniture and carpets and Miller, a carpenter, was paid over 60, 000 for a month's work;); American, out of copyright

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