English Society. Sketched by George du Maurier. Click on image to enlarge it.From
“I must have this tooth out, it hurts so!”
“Oh, please don't, for I shall have to wear it, as I do all of your left off things!”
du Maurier Cartoons Featuring Children
- "Hampered with a Conscience"
- "Rivals Small and Earlies" [sic]
- "Mothers's Darlings"
- "The Tables Turned"
- "A Question of Age"
- "An Introduction"
- "Reasoning from Induction"
- "Gentle Terrorism"
- "An Unpleasant Social Duty"
- "At the Zoo"
- "The March of Progress"
- "I Must Have This Tooth Out!"
- "Feminine Perversity"
- "Chacun pour soi"
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English Society. Sketched by George du Maurier. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1897.
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