H. M. Bateman: life and works

Henry Mayo Bateman (15 February 1887 – 11 February 1970, Gozo, Malta) was a British humorous artist and cartoonist.

H. M. Bateman was noted for his “The Man Who…” series of cartoons, featuring comically exaggerated reactions to young and usually upper-class social gaffes, such as “The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before the Royal Toast”, “The Man Who Threw a Snowball at St. Moritz” and “The Boy Who Breathed upon the Glass at the British Museum.” which appeared in the satirical magazine Punch.[citation needed]

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