Works by Charles Sykes
Cartoons and drawings taken from prints 1900-
The pictures are from magazines, newspapers and Sykes’s own collection of printers proofs.
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This and the next two illustrations are taken from an article about the Medicis in the “County Monthly”, a provincial magazine from the Noth of England. They are the only pictures signed CRS.
An early cartoon dated 1904
One of his political cartoons, showing the suffragette Christabel Pankhurst in chains
The famous pianist Chernikoff as the piano fights back
Newcastle on Tyne
“Seen a motor car down the hill anywhere, boy ?”
“Noa, but oi seen four rubber rings an’ a ‘eap o’ scrap iron.”
One of the illustrations from the book “Alice in Motorland” by Horace M Wyatt, 1905