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Nast Galleries:

List of Works

1863 - 1866

1870 - Jan 1871

Jan - May 1871

May - Sept 1871

Sept 1871 - 1872

Harper's Weekly
Thomas Nast Biography

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  LIST OF WORKS 

 

Thomas Nast

 

1863 - 1866 | 1870 - Jan 1871 | Jan - May 1871 | May - Sept 1871 | Sept 1871 - 1872

 

Gallery 1: 1863 - 1866

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Jan 3, 1863

 

Santa Claus in Camp

 

Jan 2, 1864

 

New Year's Day

 

Jan 30, 1864

 

Central Park in Winter

 

Apr 30, 1864

 

The Press in the Field

 

Dec 31, 1864

 

The Union Christmas Dinner

 

Jun 10, 1865

 

Abraham Lincoln, Our Martyred President. Victory and Death

 

Feb 24, 1866

 

President Lincoln Entering Richmond

 

Jun 30, 1866

 

Treason Must be Made Odious

 

Jul 7, 1866

 

Why He Cannot Sleep

 

Sep 1, 1866

 

Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction

 

Sep 8, 1866

 

Which is More Illegal

 

Sep 29, 1866

 

The Tearful Convention

 

Nov 3, 1866

 

King Andy I: How He Will Look, What He Will Do

 

Dec 29, 1866

 

Santa Claus and His Works

 

1863 - 1866 | 1870 - Jan 1871 | Jan - May 1871 | May - Sept 1871 | Sept 1871 - 1872

 

Gallery 2: 1870 - January 1871

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Aug 27, 1870

 

"Who Goes There?" — "A Friend."

 

Sep 3, 1870

 

The French Eagle and the Arrow.

 

Sep 10, 1870

 

Napoleon, "Dead Men's Clothes Soon Wear Out."

 

Oct 1, 1870

 

The Promised Land as seen from the Dome of St. Peter's, Rome.

 

Oct 8, 1870

 

Europe and America Overlooking the Valley of Death

 

Oct 15, 1870

 

Pope Pius IX

 

Oct 29, 1870

 

The Boot on the Right Leg

 

Oct 29, 1870

 

The Tammany Ring-dom, The Power Behind the Throne

 

Oct 29, 1870

 

The Shadow Ominous to Tyrants

 

Nov 5, 1870

 

Our Modern Falstaff Reviewing His Army

 

Nov 12, 1870

 

Military Glory

 

Nov 26, 1870

 

Die Wacht am Rhein

 

Dec 31, 1870

 

Christmas Supplement

 

Jan 7, 1871

 

Eve At it Again

 

Jan 7, 1871

 

"How is This for High?"

 

Jan 14, 1871

 

Tweedledee and Sweedledum

 

1863 - 1866 | 1870 - Jan 1871 | Jan - May 1871 | May - Sept 1871 | Sept 1871 - 1872

 

Gallery 3: January - May 1871

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Jan 21, 1871

 

America (?) Sympathisizes with the Pope

 

Feb 18, 1871

 

The Chinese Question

 

Feb 25, 1871

 

Church and State—No Union Upon Any Terms

 

Mar 4, 1871

 

"Gross Irregularity"

 

Mar 4, 1871

 

Put Yourself in His Place

 

Mar 11, 1871

 

The Joint High Commission

 

Mar 18, 1871

 

Thrown Completely into the Shade

 

Mar 25, 1871

 

The Chap that Closes Many a Good Establishment

 

Apr 1, 1871

 

The Rehearsal

 

Apr 8, 1871

 

A Warning to Republicans

 

Apr 15, 1871

 

C'Est la Belle France—Das ist des Deutschen Vaterland

 

Jan 21, 1871

 

Move On

 

Apr 22, 1871

 

The Baptism of Fire

 

Apr 29, 1871

 

How "to Knock Them Higher than a Kite."

 

May 6, 1871

 

Make Room for the Leper

 

May 6, 1871

 

Republican Principles — Democratic Principles

 

May 13, 1871

 

The New Board of Education

 

May 20, 1871

 

The Situation at Paris

 

1863 - 1866 | 1870 - Jan 1871 | Jan - May 1871 | May - Sept 1871 | Sept 1871 - 1872

 

Gallery 4: May - September 1871

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May 20, 1871

 

The Workingman's Mite

 

May 27, 1871

 

The Joint High Commission

 

Jun 3, 1871

 

The Fishery Question

 

Jun 10, 1871

 

Decoration-Day, May 30, 1871

 

Jun 10, 1871

 

They are Doing unto Themselves, What They would have Done unto Us. The Madness of Paris.

 

Jun 10, 1871

 

Under the Thumb.

 

Jun 17, 1871

 

The Exile's Victory

 

Jun 17, 1871

 

On to Washington!

 

Jun 24, 1871

 

"What I know about Farming."

 

Jun 24, 1871

 

Diogenes Finds an Honest Man at Last.

 

Jul 1, 1871

 

Hash—or, a Tale of Two Cities

 

Jul 29, 1871

 

The New Horse Plague

 

Jul 29, 1871

 

Something that will not "Blow Over"

 

Aug 19, 1871

 

Mr. Bergh to the Rescue

 

Aug 19, 1871

 

Too Much of a Good Thing

 

Aug 19, 1871

 

Two Great Questions. "Who is Ingersoll's Co.?"
" Who Stole the People's Money?"

 

Aug 26, 1871

 

All Cut and Dried. The President of the United States
and his Cabinet for 1872. (?)

 

Sep 2, 1871

 

The Usual Irish Way of Doing Things

 

Sep 2, 1871

 

The Rich Growing Richer, the Poor Growing Poorer

 

Sep 16, 1871

 

Wholesale and Retail

 

1863 - 1866 | 1870 - Jan 1871 | Jan - May 1871 | May - Sept 1871 | Sept 1871 - 1872

 

Gallery 5: September 1871 - 1872

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Sep 23, 1871

 

A Group of Vultures Waiting for the Storm to "Blow Over"—"Let Us Prey."

 

Sep 23, 1871

 

What the German Democrats have Done About it

 

Sep 30, 1871

 

The American River Ganges.

 

Sep 30, 1871

 

"Too Thin!"

 

Sep 30, 1871

 

The Only Way to get Our Tammany Rulers on the Square.

 

Oct 21, 1871

 

The Only Thing They Respect or Fear.

 

Oct 21, 1871

 

The "Brains" that Achieved the Tammany Victory at the Rochester Democratic Convention

 

Nov 11, 1871

 

Going Through the Form of Universal Suffrage

 

Nov 11, 1871

 

The Tammany Tiger Loose

 

Nov 11, 1871

 

The Lion's Share

 

Nov 18, 1871

 

Killing the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg

 

Nov 18, 1871

 

The Arrest of "Boss" Tweed – Another Good Joke

 

Nov 18, 1871

 

A Dog Returneth to His Vomit

 

Nov 25, 1871

 

What are You Laughing At? To the Victor Belong the Spoils

 

Nov 25, 1871

 

Something that Did Blow Over–November 7, 1871

 

Nov 25, 1871

 

Heep—of Sands

 

Nov 25, 1871

 

The Political Suicide of Peter "Brains" $weeney

 

Dec 23, 1871

 

The Dead Beat

 

Dec 23, 1871

 

Don't Believe in That

 

Jan 6, 1872

 

Can the Law Reach Him? –The Dwarf and the Giant Thief

                 
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