Art: Cartoonist

Last week a Manhattan art gallery put on a show of the most popular form of art in the U.S.: newspaper cartooning. Reeves Lewenthal's up-&-coming Associated American Artists Gallery (TIME, April 21) picked for its show one of the best and most widely reproduced editorial cartoonists in the U.S.: the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Daniel Robert Fitzpatrick.

The 45 cartoons in the show were a cross section of rabid Isolationist Fitzpatrick's daily stint, from bulge-jawed Mussolinis and neurasthenic Hitlers to war-racked skeletons, the bums and shady politicians of St. Louis' own legendary Rat Alley....

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