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Sambourne, Edward Linley

Edward Linley Sambourne, 1844–1910, English caricaturist and illustrator. He was associated with Punch from 1867, when he began contributing, until the end of his life, and he followed Sir John Tenniel as chief cartoonist in 1901. Among other works he illustrated was Charles Kingsley's Water Babies (1885).

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