Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

Joseph Simpson (1879-1939)



Studio International, Vol. 35 (1905), p.20

In his article on Simpson, Haldane MacFall comments on the "rude, bulldog strength of his Rudyard Kipling" and notes "we find in every caricature that has been wrought by the eloquent artistry of this man a powerful statement of the personality of the man portrayed that amounts to a masterly character-sketch — that lifts it, in fact, into a true work of art" (25).

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