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George CRUIKSHANK

Born
27 September 1792 London, England
Died
01 February 1878
Nationality
English

86 works

Taking the census George CRUIKSHANK Steamed out or The starving stage-coachman and boys George CRUIKSHANK Advice to those about to marry – buy cheap furniture George CRUIKSHANK The day after: Saint Patrick's Day in the morning George CRUIKSHANK Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower green George CRUIKSHANK The spectre skeleton George CRUIKSHANK Mauger sharpening his axe George CRUIKSHANK Ancient military dandies of 1450 – Modern military dandies of 1819 George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1825 and 6 George CRUIKSHANK London dandies or Monstrosities of 1816 George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1824 George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1819 and 1820 George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1822 George CRUIKSHANK Travelling in France or Le départ de la diligence George CRUIKSHANK Anglo-Parisian salutations or Practice par excellence George CRUIKSHANK The Picadilly nuisance George CRUIKSHANK Anglo-Gallic salutations in London or Practice makes perfect George CRUIKSHANK Monstrosities of 1821 George CRUIKSHANK A swarm of English bees hiving in the Imperial Carriage George CRUIKSHANK Inconveniences of a crowded drawing room George CRUIKSHANK The advantages of travel or A little learning is a dangerous thing: Plate 2 George CRUIKSHANK The advantages of travel or A little learning is a dangerous thing: Plate 1 George CRUIKSHANK Dandies of 1817 and Monstrosities of 1818 George CRUIKSHANK Outside of the Opera House at night: Gallantry of Tom and Jerry Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George 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 Jerry in training for a 'swell' Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George 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 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
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