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A REVOLUTIONARY ROLL
During the Russian Revolution of 1905, artists analyzed the tension across the empire through political cartoons. In this cartoon, a Russian woman surveyed skittle pins depicting ministers and politic ...
AN ARTISTIC APPROACH TO SKITTLE
German painter Eugen Urban used a realism approach in this political painting that featured bowling. A nude Lady Liberty stood on top of a bowling ball and towered over nine skittle pins representing ...
BRINGING BOWLING TO LIFE
Editorial cartoonist William H. Walker produced artwork for Life magazine from 1894 to 1922. While many of his cartoons focused on political topics in America, he illustrated one in 1905 about the rev ...
PINNING DOWN POLITICAL CARTOONS
Political cartoonists have incorporated bowling into their artwork for centuries. French artist Jean-Ignace-Isidore Grandville did so for this lithograph printed shortly after The June 1832 Rebellion ...
TEDDY ROOSEVELT SETS UP THE NEXT STRIKE
Given bowling’s growing popularity in the early twentieth century, it is no surprise that political satirists would choose it as settings for their cartoons. In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt was ...
ULYSSES S. GRANT BOWLS DOWN THE COMPETITION
A political cartoon related to the United States presidential election of 1868. Ulysses S. Grant bowled down opposing candidates Horatio Seymour and Francis Blair.