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Viewing: Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

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Image of Ananias and Clavira- or Judgement against lying - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Ananias and Clavira- or Judgement against lying - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Pesonal Satires," Vol. 8 # 11247.

Image of Church promotion, or how to scale a pulpit! - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Church promotion, or how to scale a pulpit! - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 8 #11224.

Image of John Bull as justice weighing a commander - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

John Bull as justice weighing a commander - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 8 #11304.

Image of The Protestant St. George too much for all the tallons, or the beast with seven heads - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

The Protestant St. George too much for all the tallons, or the beast with seven heads - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires Vol. 8 #10712

Image of The Scare Crows Arrival, or Honest Pat Giving Them an Irish Welcome - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

The Scare Crows Arrival, or Honest Pat Giving Them an Irish Welcome - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

An Irish peasant, uncouth and brawny, stands on the sea-shore using his spade to fling earth and stones against French invaders headed by Napoleon. All teh Frenchmen are skeletons dressed as soldiers and hodlign weapons. Napoleon (r.) steps out of the water flourishing a sabre; one leg-bone is in a jack-boot, the other terminates in a hoof. The heads and shoulders of his marching troops emerge from the water, their grisly jaws wide open. Napoleon says: "No my boys halloo away.- vil frighten Mr Bull out of his wits, we vil make him quake like the Dutch. the Italian, the Swiss and the rest of our Friends. Pat says, "Och it is your own pratty figure it is, Master Bonny, d'ye thing that Pat was t

Image of The Sick Lion or the Ungrateful Jackasses. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

The Sick Lion or the Ungrateful Jackasses. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 8 #11306.

Image of The solicitor general for the French Republic - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

The solicitor general for the French Republic - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Hand written summary of context for cartoon removed from verso; Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires vol. 7:8305

Image of The woman taken in adultery or Mary the Magdalen. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

The woman taken in adultery or Mary the Magdalen. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires Vol. 8 # 11254.

Image of This is far superior to the Walcheren Expedition, we shall get some credit by this conquer all before us. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

This is far superior to the Walcheren Expedition, we shall get some credit by this conquer all before us. - Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756-1811

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. "The last grand ministrial expedition" written on verso.