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Humor's Edge Cartoons by Ann Telnaes
Image: Cartoon - Self-Portrait

In 2001 Ann Telnaes became the second woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. One of the few women in this highly competitive field, Telnaes creates some of today's boldest political cartoons. This exhibition celebrates Ann Telnaes's generous gift to the Library of Congress of eighty-one original drawings that represent the range of themes that engage this gifted artist who has recently emerged as a leader in American editorial cartooning.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning Cartoons
The World According to W
Happily Ever After?

All drawings are gifts of the artist and are preserved in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. They are protected by copyright.
Self-Portrait: Ann Telnaes in her natural environment.
Detail from "Get Lost," January 4, 2000.
Prints and Photographs Division.
This exhibition was made possible with funds provided by the Caroline and Erwin Swann Memorial Fund for Caricature and Cartoon.
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