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Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756?-1811?, printmaker.
Oh dear, what the matter can be! Johnny has been at the fair
[London] : Publish'd as the act directs, Octr. 14, 1793, by T. Prattent, 46 Cloth Fair, London, [14 October 1793]
1 print : etching with engraving, hand-colored, on wove paper ; plate mark 20.1 x 25.2 cm., on sheet 22 x 27 cm.
Printmaker from George.
Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires / Mary Dorothy George, v. 7, no. 8404
A very pregnant sits slouched in a chair, her left arm around a distaff and a spindle in her right hand. Above her is a picture of a young girl looking down at the broken pitcher at her feet. To the right an old woman in a shawl and wearing spectacles h
  •  Pregnant women.
  • Women.
  • Form / Genre:
  •  Satires (Visual works) - England - 1793.
  • Etchings - England - London - 1793.
  • Also Listed Under:
  •  Prattent, Thomas, fl. 1780-1796. publisher.
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