Museum logo
Museum logo

Search by Creator

Search tip: Search for artists by last name.
Creators

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W Y Z



Viewing: Heath, William, 1795-1840

8 results found.

Image of Grey-vy soup for the poor - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Grey-vy soup for the poor - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Grey, wearing an apron, stirs the contents of a huge saucepan among the flames of an open fire. The pan is a 'State Sauce Pan' and the contents are nine (or ten) men, among whom are a bishop and a military officer, all seated, much at their ease. He looks over his shoulder at John Bull, a very ragged, hollow-cheeked, but bulky yokel, saying, 'Now John . you will enjoy yourself, fine rich soup I am making . don't you smell it'. J. B., who is holding his hat and looking up with a frown: 'Why I can Smell a rat, master Cook, & I fancy the smell is all I'm likely to get—them Chaps in the pan seem to get all the thick of it. Voices rise from the pan: do you do any thing in the Coal way now [ the vo

Image of Modern method of carrying a majority or prime deep pockets for banging up. - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Modern method of carrying a majority or prime deep pockets for banging up. - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment fund. Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires Vol. 8 #11542.

Image of Poyais Royalty in Quad, or the Cacique Waiting for Bail - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Poyais Royalty in Quad, or the Cacique Waiting for Bail - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 10 #15428.

Image of Slugs in a Saw-Pit Hell to Pay, or the Direful Courage of Dollalolla - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Slugs in a Saw-Pit Hell to Pay, or the Direful Courage of Dollalolla - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 8 #11604.

Image of The Looking Glass No. 4 - Heath, William, 1795-1840

The Looking Glass No. 4 - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume XI, Numbers 16079-16085, 16479-16481.; Above images, center: 'Drawn & Etched by W. Heath Author of the Northern Looking Glass Paul Prys Caricatures & Various other humorous works'; Below title, center: 'None see themselves but by reflection -- In this glass you may'; A ten-panel lithograph depicting various satires.

Image of The Pall-Mall Concert - Heath, William, 1795-1840

The Pall-Mall Concert - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See "Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires," Vol. 10 #14115

Image of The Unexpected Visit or more free than Welcome - Heath, William, 1795-1840

The Unexpected Visit or more free than Welcome - Heath, William, 1795-1840

The King, George IV, in Chinese costume and seated on a cushion, among the chinoiseries of the Pavilion (cf. No. 12749), throws up his arms in terror at the entry (right) of the Queen, closely followed by Alderman Wood. Her demure dress contrasts with that of a woman, who, much alarmed, runs off to the left from beside the King. Sidmouth (left) and Castlereagh (right), both in Chinese dress, are equally terrified, and Lord Eldon peeps anxiously from behind a little pagoda. Both visitors extend an arm towards the King in an authoritative gesture. Words float from them towards the King: "Nothing extenuate nor set down aught in Malice¡¡ [Othello, v. ii] men sleeping with her at Black Heath 1808

Image of Towntalks a great liar - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Towntalks a great liar - Heath, William, 1795-1840

Purchased with the William J. Studer Endowment. Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires Vol. 9 # 11949