John Tenniel Google Doodle: Who was JT, Google saluted after 200 years

John Tenniel Google Doodle: Who was JT, Google saluted after 200 years

John Tenniel Google Doodle: Google made the doodle of the year Sir John Tennille on Friday. Tennil was given the title of Knight in 1893 for his work.

Sir John Tenniel’s 200th birth anniversary

Google has recalled Sir John Tenniel’s 200th birth anniversary by creating his Google Doodle. Sir John Tennille was born on 28 February 1820 in London. He is remembered for his cartoons on political subjects.

John Tenniel’s initial life

He specialized in painting and satirical arts. This was the reason that he was awarded the title of ‘Knight’ in the year 1893. Tenil (Tenniel) was born to John Buppiste Tenil, a swordsman of the Huguenot dynasty. The Baptist Tennil Dance Master was also there.

The talent of Sir John Tenniel was reflected from a young age. Tennil studied in the Royal Academy Schools. One of his paintings was included in the Society of British Artists. It was an oil painting made by Sir John Tennille at the age of 16. This was his first picture. This picture was highly praised.

John Tenniel’s accident

He had an accident at the age of 20, in which he lost one eye, yet he continued to make paintings. He then made a 16-foot cartoon for a design competition organized for the decoration of the walls of the new Palace of Westminster. This cartoon was discussed in the political corridor. For this, he received the honor amount of 100 Euro.

Cartoons made by Sir John Tenniel were well liked. He also served as the chief political cartoonist of Panch magazine. Sir John also made a lot of cartoons for author Lewis Carroll’s book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Tennil is also remembered as the leading political cartoonist of Punch magazine. He is also remembered as a painter of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and ‘Through the Looking Glass’ (1872). He had won the hearts of people globally due to his creations.

John Tenniel Google Doodle
John Tenniel Google Doodle: Who was JT, Google saluted after 200 years

John Tenniel’s art life ( John Tenniel Google Doodle )

Cartoons made by Sir John Tennille were liked by the people. This is the reason that in a very short time people from all over the world started recognizing him. Tennille was introduced to Lewis Carroll in 1864, when he agreed to make 42 drawings. The two worked together. Their partnership lasted for a long time.

In the year 1893, he was awarded the title of ‘Knight’ for his achievements in the field of art. He sent his first photograph at the age of 16 at the exhibition of the Society of British Artists in 1836. He then drew a 16-foot-high cartoon for a competition to be erected in the new Palace of Westminster. 

End of John Tenniel (John Tenniel Google Doodle)

Tennil is also remembered as one of the leading political cartoonists of Punch magazine. He is also remembered as a painter of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and ‘Through the Looking Glass’ (1872). He had won the hearts of people globally due to his creations. Tenial died in London on 25 February 1914 at the age of 93.

For decades the imaginations of children and adults were shaped through samples of Sir John Tennille’s art. His legacy has been going on continuously because even today people keep the painting of Tennil in their hearts.

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