Punch and Judy, by Mark Fenderson (1904)
Punch and Judy (1904)

Mark Fenderson was an early American artist of newspaper comics. He cooperated with Walt McDougall on 'The Unfortunate Fate of a Well-Intended Dog', the first color comic strip in an American newspaper in 1894. Later on, he did features like 'Mannikinland' (New York World, 1900), 'Punch and Judy Up To Date' (1904) and 'In the Jungle' (1905). Fenderson was also a cartoonist for Life Magazine and The Century Magazine.

Mannikinland by Mark Fenderson
Mannikinland (1900)

Last updated: 2010-01-02

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