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Aislin (alias Terry Mosher)

Aislin is the pseudonym of the editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher, who was born in Ottawa in 1942. After studies at the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and the École des Beaux-Arts in Montreal, Aislin became a freelance cartoonist, publishing his work in a variety of publications. In 1969, he joined the Montreal Star, and in 1972, he moved to The Gazette, where he still works.

Aislin's drawings have also appeared in numerous international publications, such as Punch, The Atlantic Monthly, Harper's, The National Lampoon, Time, The Washington Star and The New York Times.

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Heat Up the Coals!! (M987.244.170)

Drawing, cartoon
Heat Up the Coals!!
Aislin (alias Terry Mosher)
September 6, 1980, 20th century

Merci, Jean... (M987.244.62)

Drawing, cartoon
Merci, Jean...
Aislin (alias Terry Mosher)
1986, 20th century

Lévesque Weight Lifting (M985.221.177)

Drawing, cartoon
Lévesque Weight Lifting
Aislin (alias Terry Mosher)
1983, 20th century