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Invulnerable

Invulnerable

Accession №1987.000.00047
CategoryPrint
PurposeArt
Specific NameInvulnerable
Artist/MakerBernhard Gillam
Date1904

Description

Colored, satirical cartoon published on the cover of Judge Magazine entitled "Invulnerable". Cartoon features President Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) clad in medieval armor, the arrows of his political foes unable to penetrate his "good virtues." President Roosevelt is credited with popularizing pince-nez eye glasses. Judge magazine was founded in 1881 by a group of artists, headed by James Albert Wales.

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