Collection: Shemus Cartoon Collection >> [It means nothing to them] Shemus. [graphic] /
[It means nothing to them]
|Main Creator:||Forbes, Ernest, 1879-1962|
Depicts two armed men on a roof looking down at a crowd of unarmed people in College Green, Dublin.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
|Published / Created:||
[26th April 1922].
Shemus was a pseudonym used by Ernest Forbes.
Caption reads: 1st Militarist: "What's all the noise?" 2nd Militarist: "Don't worry. It's only the voice of the unarmed people."
Unpublished title handwritten above image, reads: No uncertain voice.
Unpublished caption handwritten above image reads: 1st Militarist: "What's that deafening noise? 2nd [...]: "That's the voice of the people!"
Published in: The Freeman's Journal, 26th April 1922.
Published in: Weekly Freeman, 29th April 1922.
Exhibited as part of 'Discover your National Library', October 2010 – March 2011, National Library of Ireland
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink and crayon, col ; image 33 x 29 cm., on sheet 36 x 32 cm.
|Contained in:||Shemus Cartoon Collection|
Forms part of: The Shemus Cartoon Collection.
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|PD 4309 TX 118||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|