Punch (14 January 1882): 18. Click on image to enlarge it.. George du Maurier
Proud Mama. “Don't you think dear Baby’s the Image of his Papa?”
Dull but well-meaning Family Friend. “Well, perhaps he is – but I Dare say he'll outgrow it in time.”
du Maurier excels in drawing handsome men and beautiful women, but this cartoon shows he can depict less attractive people in the mother-in-law and husband. How pretty are the maid and mother! Note, too, the way du Maurier has signed this cartoon by placing his name in the lower right corner of the painting in the background.
George du Maurier's Subjects: Unlucky Speeches, Ill-Considered Utterances, and Things One Could Wish to Have Expressed Otherwise
- "Those Infelicitious Speeches"
- "Taking One Too Much at One's Word"
- "Neighbourly Compliments"
- "Unlucky Speeches"
- "An Unappreciated Compliment"
- "Things One Could Wish to Have Expressed Otherwise"
- "Things One Would Have Expressed Differently"
- "Things One Would Have Expressed Differently" (2)
- "Things One Would Have Expressed Differently" (4)
- "Ill-Considered Utterances"
- "An Equivocal Compliment"
- "Too Kind by Half"
- "An Infelicitious Speech"
- "Speeches One Has to Live Down"
- "Too Considerate"
- "Infelicitious Queries"
Scanned image and text by George P. Landow [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the person who scanned the image and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.]
Punch. Hathi Trust Digital Library online version of a copy in the University of California Library. Web. 4 May 2020.
Last modified 15 May 2020