Satirical prints and drawings have been popular for centuries, and politicians and prominent people have been fair game for the barbed pen of the artist. The medical profession has come in for its share of satire, usually in relation to the treatment available and the fees charged
In newspapers and periodicals, artistic expressions of political and social events are presented to us daily in various forms, from caricatures of prominent people to line drawings and thumbnail sketches that depict a particular situation.
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