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Cartoons by Tony Auth

Tony Auth is rounding out his 41st year as The Inquirer’s editorial cartoonist, and will be honored this summer with a retrospective exhibition at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown. He holds the Pulitzer Prize awarded in 1976, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer in the mid-1980s and, again, in 2009. Tony has won numerous other awards, including five Overseas Press Club Awards, the Sigma Delta Chi award for distinguished service in Journalism, and the Herblock and Thomas Nast Prizes. Tony's pending retirement was announced in early March.

Cartoons by Tony Auth

Tony Auth is rounding out his 41st year as The Inquirer’s editorial cartoonist, and will be honored this summer with  a retrospective exhibition at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown. He holds the Pulitzer Prize awarded in 1976, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer in the mid-1980s and, again, in 2009. Tony has won numerous other awards, including five Overseas Press Club Awards, the Sigma Delta Chi award for distinguished service in Journalism, and the Herblock and Thomas Nast Prizes. Tony's pending retirement was announced in early March.

Featured here is Tony's latest cartoon. Click on the "gallery" link to see a sampling of earlier cartoons.

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