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Holland, Daniel Edward (1918–2009)

Holland, Daniel Edward (1918–2009)


Ed Holland attended David Lipscomb College (1936–1938) and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts (1938–1939). He worked briefly for the Nashville Banner before serving in the United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War. After leaving the military, Holland took a position with the Chicago Tribune, where he remained for the rest of his career apart from one four year stint with the Washington Times-Herald (1950–1954). He was promoted to chief editorial cartoonist at the Tribune in 1972 and retired in 1975.

Holland received the Freedom Foundation's Certificate of Merit in 1949, and medals in 1950, 1951, and 1958. His cartoons were featured many times, in colour, on page one of the Chicago Tribune, a rare distinction for an editorial cartoonist of that era.


Cartoons for sale:

  Caption Displayed
  • Caption Displayed, 1947
  • £365
  • 30cm x 32cm
  • Chicago Tribune
  • John Bull Uncle Sam Loan original cartoon artwork.

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  SOLD Bluebeard's Latest
  • SOLD Bluebeard's Latest
    28th Feb. 1948
  • 31cm x 31cm
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Joseph Stalin, Iron Curtain cartoon.

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The Price of our original cartoons include acid free mount and gilt frame.

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