Print. Personifications, scenes showing people [m

Made:
1830 in London
maker:
Spratt, George
THE MINERALOGIST. Print.  Personifications, scenes showing people [men, women] constructed of artefacts embodying their

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THE MINERALOGIST. Print. Personifications, scenes showing people [men, women] constructed of artefacts embodying their
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Print. Personifications, scenes showing people [men, women] constructed of artefacts embodying their character. G. Spratt. Pub. C. Tilt, 1830, printed G.E. Madeley, Wellington Street, Strand, [London]: THE MINERALOGIST / G. Spratt del. ; Printed by G. E. Madeley; [Pubd by C Tilt] Fleet Street. Jany 1830. lithograph, handcol; 27.5x22cm on sheet 36x24.5cm. Man fashioned from minerals, coal hat, seated on a rock lighting a cigarette spill. nb. Adhered to paper from album; On verso of paper to no.4 are adhered three scenes 'Very dusty'; 'Very cold'; 'Very windy' Newgate St, nd [1820-40s?] featuring pedestrians in weather conditions of discomfort, umbrellas, skates

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1989-451/4
Materials:
lithograph and paper
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication