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David Haldane [Biography]

David Haldane

David Haldane is a cartoonist and illustrator who has a national and international profile. His work featured regularly in Punch magazine (often on the cover) from 1978 until it’s close in 1992.

After writing for Spitting Image he continued to produce cartoons for several newspapers including the Guardian, Express, The Telegraph and The Mirror. He joined the Times as a daily pocket cartoonist in the late 1990s where he stayed for over twenty years. He still contributes to Private Eye and other satirical publications.

David’s new work is a cheerful look back into the recent past evoking memories of trips to the seaside, countryside and cinema. The images are created with a dipping pen and finished with brush using ink wash. They are deliberately bright and colourful, drawing on a fine tradition of illustrations reflecting British life.

David has travelled widely and has a particular interest in cityscapes. Although more traditional in style than his humorous works, these pen and ink pictures still display a lightness of touch documenting his visits to New York, London and Verona.

A Day In Torquay

Pen and Ink on Paper

Back To The Future

Pen and Ink on Paper

Blazing Saddles

Pen and Ink on Paper

Jaws

Pen and Ink on Paper

Laurel And Hardy

Pen and Ink on Paper

Mr Softy

Pen and Ink on Paper

South Pacific

Pen and Ink on Paper

Star Wars

Pen and Ink on Paper

Start The Car

Pen and Ink on Paper

The Birds

Pen and Ink on Paper

The Godfather

Pen and Ink on Paper

The Great Escape

Pen and Ink on Paper

Which Way Is It

Pen and Ink on Paper

Works Outing

Pen and Ink on Paper

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Big Day Out

Pen and Ink on Paper

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Extra Terrestrial

Pen and Ink on Paper

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Reservoir Dogs

Pen and Ink on Paper

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Singing In The Rain

Pen and Ink on Paper

David Haldane

David Haldane is a cartoonist and illustrator who has a national and international profile. His work featured regularly in Punch magazine (often on the cover) from 1978 until it’s close in 1992.

After writing for Spitting Image he continued to produce cartoons for several newspapers including the Guardian, Express, The Telegraph and The Mirror. He joined the Times as a daily pocket cartoonist in the late 1990s where he stayed for over twenty years. He still contributes to Private Eye and other satirical publications.

David’s new work is a cheerful look back into the recent past evoking memories of trips to the seaside, countryside and cinema. The images are created with a dipping pen and finished with brush using ink wash. They are deliberately bright and colourful, drawing on a fine tradition of illustrations reflecting British life.

David has travelled widely and has a particular interest in cityscapes. Although more traditional in style than his humorous works, these pen and ink pictures still display a lightness of touch documenting his visits to New York, London and Verona.

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