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Jock's Country : : a celebration of rural New Zealand : the cartoons and paintings of David Henshaw.

By: Henshaw, David (Thomas David).
Contributor(s): Henshaw, Alistair [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : David Bateman Ltd , 2018Description: 230 pages : chiefly illustrtations (some colour) ; 21 x 28 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869539788; 1869539788.Other title: Cartoons and paintings of David Henshaw | Jocks country.Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons | Caricatures and cartoons -- New Zealand | Country life -- New Zealand -- Caricatures and cartoons | Farm life -- New Zealand -- Caricatures and cartoons | Farmers -- New Zealand -- Caricatures and cartoons | New Zealand wit and humorSummary: A long-time resident of Tamahere in Waikato, David communicated with farmers for more than 40 years through his cartoons - his main character, Jock, is recognised as a national identity. His cartoons appeared in the New Zealand Farmer for 34 years and on the Jock calendar for the past 17 years. The cartoon was popular with rural folk and city dwellers who had a link with the land. In 2011, he became an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services as a cartoonist.
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A long-time resident of Tamahere in Waikato, David communicated with farmers for more than 40 years through his cartoons -- his main character, Jock, is recognised as a national identity. His cartoons appeared in the New Zealand Farmer for 34 years and on the Jock calendar for the past 17 years. The cartoon was popular with rural folk and city dwellers who had a link with the land. In 2011, he became an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services as a cartoonist.

Compiled with accompany text to the cartoons and pictures by Alistair Henshaw.

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A long-time resident of Tamahere in Waikato, David communicated with farmers for more than 40 years through his cartoons - his main character, Jock, is recognised as a national identity. His cartoons appeared in the New Zealand Farmer for 34 years and on the Jock calendar for the past 17 years. The cartoon was popular with rural folk and city dwellers who had a link with the land. In 2011, he became an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services as a cartoonist.