Reynolds, Frank (1876 - 1953)
Frank Reynolds original cartoon artwork.
Frank Reynolds contributed to a range of magazines including Judy, Pick-Me-Up, the Illustrated London News and Punch. Art editor of Punch from 1920 to 1930, Reynolds most famous contribution to the magazine was perhaps his First World War cartoon, ‘Study of a Prussian Household Having its Morning Hate’. His work was admired by Fougasse and Bradshaw credited him with being ‘the first illustrator to realize the character in backs’. Reynolds most famous book illustrations were a series of Dickensian characters, reproduced on postcards by A.V.N. Jones & Co.
"What I say about her is that she's very ambitious." "Yes, I say to her 'make the most out of it - the war can't go on forever...."
THE TASK: PRIME MINISTER (to MR. NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN, Chancellor of the Exchequer). “I’VE DONE A BIT OF CLEARING MYSELF, BUT THERE’S A LOT MORE TO DO.”
Visitor: "Your son is looking very bored." Fond Mother: "Yes - you see he misses the strike so dreadfully."
"And am I going to tell Corporal a thng or two? Just wait until next week when I've had my hair permed!"
Grandpa (to small Teuton struggling with home lessons): Come Fritz is your task so difficult? Fritz: it is indeed - I have to learn the names of all the countries that misunderstand the all-highest.
A Thames Valley Lament: "Why did I take a place upon a 3 years lease, But then, how could I tell when the Raids would cease."