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His most famous humorous drawings were published in Punch, for which he started working in 1880, and to which he contributed over 2,600 drawings. There is what appears to be an apocryphal story about his leaving Punch in 1894. Some sources say it was when its owners discovered that he had sold one of his 'Punch' drawings to Pears Soap for use in an advertising campaign, other sources say it was when Furniss discovered Punch has sold it to Pears. Neither story appears in his autobiography, The Confessions of a Caricaturist
In 1890, he illustrated the Badminton Library's volume on Golf.
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On leaving Punch Furniss brought out his own humorous magazine Lika Joko, but when this failed he moved to America where he worked as a writer and actor in the fledgling film industry. In 1912-
Furniss wrote and illustrated twenty-