National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
David Low, the world-famous cartoonist, was born in Dunedin in 1891. He was political cartoonist for The Spectator, Christchurch, in 1902, The Bulletin, Sydney, in 1911, the Star, London, in 1919, and The Evening Standard, in 1927. His principal work is done for The Evening Standard. He has published many books of cartoons and caricatures and his character Colonel Blimp is a household word in England.
195 EARLY DRAWING FOR 'CHRISTCHURCH SPECTATOR'
196 SKETCH FOR 'BULLETIN,' 1912 (cartoons)
Lent by P. Lawlor, Esq., Wellington