Kiddyfun, by Murdock Stimpson 1945

Murdock Stimpson was an artist for British comic books from the 1920s to the 1950s. He drew a variety of series, including 'Bill the Balmy Bosun' in Funny Cuts, 'Joey and Punch' in Wonderland Tales, 'Percy Popcorn' in Chuckles, 'The Merry Market Boys' in Frolix, 'Felix Fox' in Playtime, 'Darky Town' in Jolly Jack's Weekly, 'Jumbo' in The Boys and Girls Daily Mail, 'Jolly Jenkins' and 'The Bing Boys' in Daily Express Children's Own and 'Doleless Dick and Starving Steve' in The Dazzler. He also drew several comics for the publications of Gerald Swan in the 1940s, as well as the title comic of the magazine Kiddyfun. Stimpson additionally illustrated books, such as 'Sausages and Sundials: A Book of Nonsense Ballads' by Langford Reed (1927).

Kiddyfun, by Murdock Stimpson 1945

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