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  • Director's Foreword / Kimerly Rorshach  vii
    Curator's Acknowledgments / Neil McWilliam  1
    Drawing Boundaries: Comic Critique in the Grotesque Bodies of Louis-Philippe and George W. Bush / Alison Hafera Cox  9
    From the Palais-Royal to Cable Television: The Changing Faces of Parodic Satire / Katherine Arpen  15
    Noble Savage or Naughty Monkey? Primitivism and Portrayals of the George W. Bush Presidency / Alexis Clark  26
    "The Compliment of Suppression": Censorship of Political Caricature in the July Monarchy and the George W. Bush Administration / Kathereine de Vos Devine  35
    Plate Illustrations  
    Caricaturing Louis-Philippe  45
    Caricature and the Contemporary Presidency  59
    Exhibition Checklist  82
  • Kimerly Rorschach

    Neil McWilliam

    Alison Hafera Cox

    Katherine Arpen

    Alexis Clark

    Katherine de Vos Devine

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  • Description

    Lines of Attack raises broad questions about the nature of political caricature by juxtaposing two distinct historical moments in the development of the medium: its emergence in France in the 1830s, as artists including Honoré-Victorin Daumier ridiculed King Louis-Philippe, and its recent history during the presidencies of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. The contributors assess the state of caricature at a moment when traditional outlets for the political cartoonist’s art—particularly the daily newspaper—face an uncertain economic future, and technological change is radically transforming the media landscape that has sustained journalistic caricature for almost two centuries. Along with the cartoons featured in the book (most of which appear in color), the essays illuminate the development of caricature as a journalistic form, its changing visual languages, and its effectiveness in commenting on politics and instigating debate and dissent. Published in connection with the exhibition of the same name at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Lines of Attack features not only the satirical art of Daumier and his contemporaries, but also images by some of the most provocative political cartoonists working in the United States and Great Britain today: artists including Steve Bell, Steve Brodner, Joe Ciardiello, Pat Oliphant, Gerald Scarfe, Edward Sorel, Tom Tomorrow, and Garry Trudeau.

    Contributors
    Katherine Arpen
    Alexis Clark
    Alison Hafera Cox
    Katherine de Vos Devine
    Neil McWilliam

    Publication of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

    About The Author(s)

    Neil McWilliam is the Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Art and Art History at Duke University. He is the author of Monumental Intolerance: Jean Baffier, A Nationalist Sculptor in Fin-de-siècle France and a co-editor of Nationalism and French Visual Culture, 1870–1914.

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