Caricature and Satirical Prints, England, Thirty-eight Examples, Late 18th to Early 19th Century.
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Caricature and Satirical Prints, England, Thirty-eight Examples, Late 18th to Early 19th Century. Including the following hand-colored etchings and engravings: George Moutard Woodward's Cross Readings, 1800; Isaac Cruikshank's The Woman Taken in Adultery, 1809; Avis tres Important, Bureau des Diligences, in French, no imprint; Rowlandson's The Contrast, 1792; A Boo at Court or the Highland Salute Front and Rear; Marks's The Minister of Vice, 1819; You Have Spoiled the Pipes in My Yard; John Bull visited with the Blessings of Peace, 1801; Sans-Culottes feeding Europe the Bread of Liberty, 1793 [with an uncolored John Bull print on the verso: John Bull bother'd: or The Geese Alarming the Capitol; Isaac Cruikshank's Acting Magistrates, with the manuscript inscription: signed & etched by my father Isaac Cruikshank, the [?] figures in the boxes are by me, G.C., 1809; I. Cruikshank's The New Prussian Exercise, 1792; Neddy Races at Tunbridge Wells, 1802; He has Locked up all my Treasure; Back, Front, & Side View of a Dutch Light Horseman with their Improved Method of Mounting, 1794; I. Cruikshank's John Bull Advising with his Superiors, 1808; George Bickham's The Stature of a Great Man, or the English Colossus; The April Fool Consigned to Infamy and Ridicule, 1801;The Monster Cutting a Lady/Copper Bottoms to Prevent Being Cut, 1790; Gillray's Buonaparte Hearing of Nelson's Victory, Swears by his Sword, 1798 [with an uncolored print of Gillray's Meeting of the Monied Interest printed on the verso; Mrs. Lee's Dream, or, the Virgin in Distress, 1804; Honey Moon, 1827; Journal de l'Empire ou des Debats Suivant les Evenements; A Start, 1822; The Pot Calling the Kettle Black, 1791; The Landing of Sir John Bull & his Familly at Bologne sur Mer, 1792; I. Cruikshank's Preparing for Action or an English Man of War Engaging Two Dutch Doggers, 1793; G. Cruikshank's La Gloire des Honnetes Gens; The Renunciation of an Ex Noble now become a Republican, 1794; I. Cruikshank's Scotch Cleanliness Ni Vide Cottagers of Glenburnie; Rowlandson's A Mad Dog in a Coffee House; G. Cruikshank's Tabies & Tom Cat, or Old Maids Examining an Unique Male Tortoise Shell Subject, 1808; John Bull caught at his Last Luxury, 1797; Rowlandson's Nap in the Country/Nap in Town, 1785; Lane's A Shilling Fare to a Christmas Dinner, 1827; I. Cruikshank's Mrs. Pickles Mistake, or the New Papa Disappointed, 1791; G. Cruikshank's A View in Green Street with a Roland for a Blake, 1822; G. Cruikshank's The Court at Brighton a la Chinese; [and] Rowlandson's The Wooden Leg, or Careful Landlady; all unframed, many with chips, condition issues, should be seen. (38)
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