Friday, March 28, 2014

Dong Kingman, An American Master

M James Fine Art, 2000

Dust Jacket




26 photographs of Kingman
41 paintings and drawings from 1936 to 1998


Brooklyn Public Library
December 3, 2001 - January 31, 2002

(Next post on Friday: Dong Kingman, Stage Delicatessen)

Friday, March 21, 2014

Paul Fung in World’s Finest Comics

World’s Finest Comics
1945
see bottom panel
Color photocopy courtesy of Ron Goulart.
Does anyone know the issue number?


(Next post on Friday: Dong Kingman, An American Master)

Friday, March 14, 2014

Paul Fung and the Landon School

Cartoons Magazine
January 1918
see second page, second paragraph

Popular Mechanics
Former student Paul Fung was named in
advertisements from 1925 through 1926.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Paul Fung and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Cartoons Magazine
July 1916

The American Printer
March 5, 1918

Editor & Publisher
August 3, 1918
Paul Fug, Chinese cartoonist and illustrator, who has been on the staff of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for four years, has resigned and is now in the art room of the Seattle Times. He succeeds Frank Wolfe, who has enlisted in the Engineers Corps of the army.
February 25, 1922


Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 18 or 19, 1923

Warren G. Harding, In Memoriam
Seattle Press Club, 1923
Harding passed away August 2, 1923

Graphic Story Magazine 
#11, Summer 1970 
Will Gould interview, excerpt from page 37
“I palled around with Paul Fung more than any of the other cartoonists. Paul was on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer when Billy DeBeck came through and brought him in to New York. He inked Barney Google. Then he took over Dumb Dora after Chic Young had to drop it. Later, he did some stuff for Jack Lait. We had a lot in common. He liked to play golf, and he used to play the organ well, and we had a lot of fun. We’d go out and eat at three o’clock in the morning—first time I had chili on a hot dog. I can still taste it.”
(Next post on Friday: Paul Fung and the Landon School)