All employed, or, The Irish vis-a-vis vide Dublin Harbour [graphic]
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- All employed, or, The Irish vis-a-vis vide Dublin Harbour [graphic]
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- Irish vis-a-vis vide Dublin Harbour
- Williams, Charles, active 1797-1830, printmaker
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"A roughly made jaunting-car on the sands of Dublin Bay proceeds towards the Pigeon House (right) at the end of the jetty (the South Bull). A young and an old woman sit back to back with an elderly man and a young one. The young people turn their heads to kiss, unobserved by their elders : the woman absorbed in snuff-taking, the man looking through a telescope. The head and shoulders of the driver, in back view, form the apex of the design; his hair projects through his battered hat."--British Museum online catalogue
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Sheet trimmed to plate mark on two sides.
Not in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires.
Watermark: J. Whatman Turkey Mill 1825.
- 1 print : sheet 25 x 37 cm.
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