More links to follow.
Museums & Libraries
The Cartoon Museum (Cartoon Art Trust) in London, collects, exhibits, promotes and preserves the best of British cartoon,
caricature and comic art from the 18th century to the present day, for the purposes of education, research and enjoyment.
Little Russell Street near the British Museum.
The National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, has a large comic art
collection (comic and cartoon art). This forms part of the Library's Special Collections.
The British Newspaper Archive at the British Library's
Reading Rooms in St Pancras, London and in Boston Spa, West Yorkshire.
The British Library's newspaper collections contain most newspapers published in the UK since 1800.
Chris Beetles Gallery is one of London's most popular commercial art galleries, offering a wide range of original artwork for sale,
and specialising in traditional British watercolour, illustration, cartoons, oil painting and sculpture.
The Chris Beetles Gallery maintains the greatest stock of original illustrations and cartoons, and every November stages The Illustrators,
a celebration of the medium with over 1000 pictures for sale. Ryder Street, St James's, London.
Punch magazine online cartoon archive.
Private Eye cartoons.
The Spectator cartoons archive.