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"Oh! that this too too solid flesh would melt."
James Gillray (English, 1756-1815)
published by Hannah Humphrey (English, c. 1745-1818)
"Oh! that this too too solid flesh would melt.", published March 20, 1791
'The Man Sweeping the Interpreter's Parlour,' from Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress
William Blake
English, 1757-1827
'The Man Sweeping the Interpreter's Parlour,' from Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, 1820–22
'Tis Noon (valentine)
Unknown Artist
English, 19th century
'Tis Noon (valentine), c. 1840
"Here's Songs of Love and Maids Forsaken"
James Gillray (English, 1756-1815)
published by Hannah Humphrey (English, c. 1745-1818)
"Here's Songs of Love and Maids Forsaken", published March 30, 1793
"The Rights of Women" or the Effects of Female Enfranchisement from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853
George Cruikshank (English, 1792-1878)
published by Pickering & Chatto (English, 19th century)
"The Rights of Women" or the Effects of Female Enfranchisement from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853, 1853, printed c. 1880
"Taking Care of Number One" or A Gentleman Endeavoring to Keep "Number One" Out of "St Pauls Church Yard" from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853 (top)
George Cruikshank (English, 1792-1878)
published by Pickering & Chatto (English, 19th century)
"Taking Care of Number One" or A Gentleman Endeavoring to Keep "Number One" Out of "St Pauls Church Yard" from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853 (top), 1853, printed c. 1880
"My Wife is a Woman of Mind" from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853 (top left)
George Cruikshank (English, 1792-1878)
published by Pickering & Chatto (English, 19th century)
"My Wife is a Woman of Mind" from George Cruikshank's Steel Etchings to The Comic Almanacks: 1835-1853 (top left), 1847, printed c. 1880
'Il Mascherone,' a Rocaille Fountain on the Grounds of the Villa Borghese
Richard Wilson
English, 1714-1782
'Il Mascherone,' a Rocaille Fountain on the Grounds of the Villa Borghese, c. 1754
"Miss, I have a Monstrous Crow to pluck with you!!"
James Gillray (English, 1756-1815)
published by Hannah Humphrey (English, c. 1745-1818)
"Miss, I have a Monstrous Crow to pluck with you!!", published November 1, 1794
15 Minutes and Where Are You?
F. P. Restall (probably English, 20th century)
printed by Waterlow and Sons Limited Lithographers
published by the Underground Electric Railways Company of London Limited
15 Minutes and Where Are You?, December 14, 1923
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