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Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK

Born
27 September 1789 Middlesex, England
Died
13 March 1856
Nationality
English

29 works

Tom and Jerry masquerading it among the cadgers in the back slums in the Holy Land Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Jerry beat to a standstill! Dr Please'em's prescription, Tom and Logic’s condolence, and the ‘slaveys’ on the alert Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry catching Kate and Sue, on the sly, having their fortunes told Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry taking Blue Ruin after the spell is broke up Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1827 Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK Household troops or A sketch of a few of the principal trustworthy and confidential domestics of worthy and confiding families Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK A dandy fainting or An exquisite in fits Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK Bow Street: Tom and Jerry's sensibility awakened at the pathetic tale of the elegant Cyprian, the feeling coachman, and the generous magistrate Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry catching Kate and Sue, on the sly, having their fortunes told Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Outside of the Opera House at night: Gallantry of Tom and Jerry Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Jerry in training for a 'swell' Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry sporting their bits of blood among the pinks in Rotten Row Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry larking at a masquerade supper at the Opera House Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom, Jerry and Logic making the most of an evening at Vauxhall Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK A new Chancery suit removed to the Scotch Bar or More legitimates Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK Symptoms of the finish of 'some sorts of life' in London: Tom, Jerry and Logic in the Press Yard at Newgate Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Art of self-defence: Tom and Jerry receiving instruction from Mr Jackson at his rooms in Bond Street Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK A shilling well laid out: Tom and Jerry at the exhibition of pictures at the Royal Academy Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom and Jerry taking the hint at Logic's being blown up at Point Nonplus … Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK A look in at Tattersal’s: Tom taking Jerry's judgment in purchasing a prad Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Highest life in London: Tom and Jerry ‘sporting a toe’ among the Corinthians at Almacks in the West Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Titlepage Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Fencing: Jerry's admiration of Tom in an assault with Mr O'Shaunessy at the rooms in St James’s Street Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK The Royal Exchange: Tom pointing out to Jerry a few of the primest features of life in London Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK A whistling shop: Tom and Jerry visiting Logic on board the Fleet Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tom, Jerry and Logic backing Tommy the Sweep at the Royal Cockpit Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Splendid Jem, once a dashing hero in the Metropolis, recognised by Tom amongst the Convicts in the Dock-yard at Chatham Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK Doctor Syntax at a masquerade Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK (attributed to); Thomas ROWLANDSON (attributed to) Football Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George HUNT (aquatinter)