Definition of Tenniel
1. Noun. English cartoonist (1820-1914).
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Literary usage of Tenniel
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1. The History of "Punch" by Marion Harry Spielmann (1895)
"... together with John Leech, John Tenniel, and Charles Keene, as one of the four great pillars on which would rest the artistic reputation of the paper. ..."
2. The History of "Punch" by Marion Harry Spielmann (1895)
"... —Mr. R T. Pritchett—Initiation by Sir John Tenniel — Fritz Eltze— His Amiable ... Tenniel, and Charles Keene, as one of the four great pillars on which ..."
3. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... illustrated by engravings by the brothers Dalziel, after Foster, Gilbert, Tenniel, ... Tenniel ..."
4. The Brothers Dalziel: A Record of Fifty Years' Work in Conjunction with Many by George Dalziel, Edward Dalziel (1901)
"BY SIR JOHN Tenniel. ... R. Bentley & Son, we had the good fortune to engrave nearly all the drawings contributed by John Tenniel and George Cruikshank. ..."
5. The Confessions of a Caricaturist by Harry Furniss (1902)
"Charles Lutwidge Dodgson— Sir John Tenniel—• The Challenge—Seven Years' Labour—A Puzzle MS.—Dodgson on Dress—Carroll ..."
6. Recollections, 1832 to 1886 by Algernon West (1899)
"... in London—Mr. Browning's Story of Ruskin—Mr. Gladstone's View of Froude's ' Carlyle '— Tenniel on the ' Punch' Cartoons—Charles Clifford's Recollections ..."