The Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum The Cartoon Museum is a London museum for British cartoons, caricatures, comic strips and animation. It has a library of over 5,000 books and 4,000 comics relating to the subject.

The museum issues catalogues and features a changing display of over 250 exhibits from its collection of over 1,700 original cartoons and prints.Curator Anita O'Brien noted, "There has never been a cartoon museum... In spite of the very strong historical tradition here, there has always been a very strong ambivalence towards comic art." It was opened on 23 February, 2006, by HRH The Duke of Edinbu

The museum issues catalogues and features a changing display of over 250 exhibits from its collection of over 1,700 original cartoons and prints.Curator Anita O'Brien noted, "There has never been a cartoon museum... In spite of the very strong historical tradition here, there has always been a very strong ambivalence towards comic art." It was opened on 23 February, 2006, by HRH The Duke of Edinbu

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