The Horses, going to the Dogs

Made:
1829
maker:
George Cruikshank
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The Horses, going to the Dogs
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Print. The Horses, going to the Dogs / Designed, Etched and Published by George Cruikshank. November 1st 1829. - Etching; c30xc45cm. A satire on the invention of the horseless steam carriage; scene depicting 4 horses commenting [in the style of gentlemen at a London club] as one carriage passes, and other mini-lampoons in corner cartouches

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1983-882
Measurements:
overall: 300 x 450 mm
type:
print
credit:
Grosvenor Prints