comic art by James Francis Sullivan

James Francis Sullivan was one of the first British cartoonists to employ strip techniques in his work. He was a longtime contributor to Fun magazine, published by the Dalziel publishers, ever since his student days in South Kensington. He was best known for his comic feature 'The British Working Man', starting in 1875. Sullivan also drew for Tom Hood's Comic Annual and did a feature called 'The Queer Side of Things' in George Newnes' Strand Magazine.

comic art by James Francis Sullivan

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