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Caricatures Gallery

Caricatures are a form of art that has been around for centuries, and are often used to poke fun at people

Choose from 3,074 items in our Caricatures Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Caricatures Gallery: Lloyd George / Vanity Fair
Lloyd George / Vanity Fair
Caricatures Gallery: Cecil Rhodes
Cecil Rhodes
Caricatures Gallery: Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937
Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937
Caricatures Gallery: Bismarck / Dropping Pilot
Bismarck / Dropping Pilot
Caricatures Gallery: Disraeli / Vanity Fair
Disraeli / Vanity Fair
Caricatures Gallery: Napoleon I / Gillray / G III
Napoleon I / Gillray / G III
Caricatures Gallery: Winston Churchill / World
Winston Churchill / World
Caricatures Gallery: Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh
Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh
Caricatures Gallery: Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin
Caricatures Gallery: Golf Clubs & Golfers - Woodcote Park Golf Club, Coulsdon
Golf Clubs & Golfers - Woodcote Park Golf Club, Coulsdon
Caricatures Gallery: Members of the Nevill Golf Club
Members of the Nevill Golf Club
Caricatures Gallery: Derby Day - The Olympians
Derby Day - The Olympians
Caricatures Gallery: Charles Darwin, caricatured in Vanity Fair
Charles Darwin, caricatured in Vanity Fair
Caricatures Gallery: Golf Clubs & Golfers - Harewood Downs by Mel
Golf Clubs & Golfers - Harewood Downs by Mel
Caricatures Gallery: The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club by Mel
The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club by Mel
Caricatures Gallery: Some Grand National
Some Grand National
Caricatures Gallery: Bismarck as Blacksmith
Bismarck as Blacksmith
Caricatures Gallery: Charles Darwin with a lookalike ape
Charles Darwin with a lookalike ape
Caricatures Gallery: Golf Clubs and Golfers - Royal Blackheath dinner
Golf Clubs and Golfers - Royal Blackheath dinner
Caricatures Gallery: Another Derby Derby?
Another Derby Derby?
Caricatures Gallery: Raining cats and dogs
Raining cats and dogs
Caricatures Gallery: Watson and Crick, DNA discovers
Watson and Crick, DNA discovers
Caricatures Gallery: Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)
Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)
Caricatures Gallery: Ethel Levey by Kate Carew
Ethel Levey by Kate Carew
Caricatures Gallery: Consultation of Physicians by William Hogarth, 1736. A company of undertakers
Consultation of Physicians by William Hogarth, 1736. A company of undertakers
Caricatures Gallery: Smoking club, 18th century artwork
Smoking club, 18th century artwork
Caricatures Gallery: Wagner / Schalk / Leipzig
Wagner / Schalk / Leipzig
Caricatures Gallery: Wagner / Gill / Ring Cycle
Wagner / Gill / Ring Cycle
Caricatures Gallery: Queen Elizabeth II caricature
Queen Elizabeth II caricature
Caricatures Gallery: Rudyard Kipling by Tom Hutt
Rudyard Kipling by Tom Hutt
Caricatures Gallery: The Royal Wimbledon Golf Club
The Royal Wimbledon Golf Club
Caricatures Gallery: The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club
The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club
Caricatures Gallery: Caricatures at Royal Ascot, 1927
Caricatures at Royal Ascot, 1927
Caricatures Gallery: Mussolini Caricature
Mussolini Caricature
Caricatures Gallery: Prince Charles caricature
Prince Charles caricature
Caricatures Gallery: Prince Andrew in Caricature
Prince Andrew in Caricature
Caricatures Gallery: Worplesdon Golf Club
Worplesdon Golf Club
Caricatures Gallery: Kaisers Campaigning Car
Kaisers Campaigning Car
Caricatures Gallery: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)
Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)
Caricatures Gallery: The Tout - Peter Ronald Buchanan
The Tout - Peter Ronald Buchanan
Caricatures Gallery: Cartoon impression of the Russo-Japanese War 3 of 5
Cartoon impression of the Russo-Japanese War 3 of 5
Caricatures Gallery: The Famous Astaires by Nerman
The Famous Astaires by Nerman
Caricatures Gallery: Hogarth Faces 1807
Hogarth Faces 1807
Caricatures Gallery: H. G. Wells by Autori
H. G. Wells by Autori
Caricatures Gallery: Some Stalwarts of the Greyhound Racing World by Autori
Some Stalwarts of the Greyhound Racing World by Autori
Caricatures Gallery: Noel Coward by Sirra
Noel Coward by Sirra
Caricatures Gallery: Rosita and Ramon at the Midnight Follies by Hynes
Rosita and Ramon at the Midnight Follies by Hynes
Caricatures Gallery: Caricatures at Brooklands by The Tout
Caricatures at Brooklands by The Tout


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Caricatures are a form of art that has been around for centuries, and are often used to poke fun at people, but they can also be used to make serious points about society and politics, and are be found in many forms, from cartoons and comic strips to political cartoons and satirical illustrations. At its core, a caricature is an exaggerated representation of someone or something. It typically exaggerates certain features or characteristics in order to make them more noticeable or humorous. For example, a caricature of someone might have an overly large nose or ears, while a caricature of an animal might have extra long legs or teeth. The goal is usually to draw attention to the subject’s most prominent features and create humor out of them. Caricatures have been used throughout history as a way to comment on social issues and criticize powerful figures without directly attacking them. Political cartoonists often use caricatures as a way to express their opinions on current events without fear of retribution from those in power. Satirical illustrations can also be used as commentary on societal issues such as racism, sexism, poverty, inequality and more. In addition to being used for political purposes, they can also popular in entertainment media such as movies and television shows where they are often employed for comedic effect and can also be found in advertising campaigns where they may be used to represent the company’s brand identity or target audience in an amusing way that stands out from other ads. Overall, caricatures provide us with an entertaining yet thought-provoking look into our culture by exaggerating certain aspects of it that we may not normally notice or think about deeply enough otherwise