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Cartoon Museum celebrates private clubs

Published: Friday 5th of December 2008

A new exhibition at one of London's most popular small museums will celebrate the exclusive world of the city's private clubs early next year.

From February 18th to May 3rd, Members Only at the Cartoon Museum will give an insight into the cartoons and caricatures seen in and created about the Private Clubs in the capital.

The Chelsea Arts Club, the Sketch Club, the Savage Club, Annabel's and Harry's Bar are just a few of the various establishments that will lend their work to the exhibition.

Pieces by well-known artists such as James Gillray, HM Bateman and Thomas Rowlandson will be on display, giving the public a rare glimpse of the kind of thing found behind the doors of these refined and rarefied institutions.

London's Cartoon Museum seeks to preserve and support British cartoon and comic book art. It is located in central London on Little Russell Street, a short walk from the world-famous British Museum.

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