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Orpen takes aim at the English view of the Irish, as exemplified by Sir John Tenniel's caricatures in Punch
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Richard Francis Caulfield (R. C.) Orpen (b. Blackrock, County Dublin, 24 December 1863; d. 27...
The Jarvey was a humorous weekly magazine founded and edited by Percy French and published from...
One more sleep til Santa! Born 1863: R. C. Orpen, cartoonist, architect and comic performer...
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|current||21:55, February 10, 2010||500 × 657 (86 KB)||Nicknack009||"Mr. Punch introduces Tenniel's Irishman to ''The Jarvey''", R. C. Orpen, ''[[The Jarvey'', 9 February 1889 Orpen takes aim at the English view of the Irish, as exemplified by Sir John Tenniel's caricatures in ''[[Punch]]'' Category:The Jarvey|