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  1. Founding journalist at The Independent. Political cartoonist fr newspaper New Statesman. Cartoonist for 2012 Olympic Games. Nicholas Withycombe Garland OBE (born 1 September 1935) [1] is a British political cartoonist. known for his numerous newspaper works, particularly for The Daily Telegraph .

  2. Video Interview. About. Nicholas Withycombe Garland was born on 1 September 1935 in Hampstead, London, the son of Thomas Garland, a doctor, and the sculptor Peggy Garland. “My parents were Communists”, he later recalled, “active, proselytising Reds. They broke with the party in 1947, but never lost their belief in Socialism.”

  3. Also known as. Nicholas Garland. primary name: Garland, Nicholas. Details. individual; printmaker; British; New Zealander; Male. Life dates. 1935-. Biography. Cartoonist and printmaker; born 1 September 1935 in Hampstead, London, son of a doctor, Tom Garland, and the sculptor Peggy Garland, emigrated with his family to Wellington, New Zealand ...

  4. › wiki › The_ComaThe Coma - Wikipedia

    The Coma is a novel by Alex Garland, illustrated by his father, Nicholas Garland. It explores the boundary between the conscious and subconscious mind. The Coma was published in 2004, eight years after Garland's first novel, The Beach.

  5. 29 de dic. de 2006 · Last updated: 2006-12-29. Nicholas Garland was a well-known political cartoonist with the Daily Telegraph. After studying Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, he became the paper's first political cartoonist in 1966. He is the creator of the comic strip 'Barry McKenzie' with Barry Humphries.

  6. Nicholas Garland – Washington Color Gallery. English 1935. 20th Century, Currently Active, Figural, London, Mid-Century, Modern Printmaker, Social Commentary. Nicholas Garland. Nicholas Withycombe Garland was the son of Communists, “active, proselytizing Reds. They broke with the party in 1947, but never lost their belief in Socialism.”.

  7. Garland, Nicholas b. 1935 - Cartoon Gallery. Nick Garland original cartoon artwork. Nick Garland started his career as a director at the Royal Court Theatre. He met Peter Cooke through his theatrical connections and began to draw for Private Eye. At Private Eye he devised a strip cartoon – Barry McKenzie - together with Barry Humphries.