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George CRUIKSHANK

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

86 works

Tom, Jerry and Logic making the most of an evening at Vauxhall 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 Art of self-defence: Tom and Jerry receiving instruction from Mr Jackson at his rooms in Bond Street 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 Tom and Jerry taking the hint at Logic's being blown up at Point Nonplus … 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 First of September 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 Tom, Jerry and Logic backing Tommy the Sweep at the Royal Cockpit Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK A whistling shop: Tom and Jerry visiting Logic on board the Fleet Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Tabbies and tom cat or Old maids examining a unique tortoiseshell subject Isaac CRUIKSHANK; George CRUIKSHANK Modern Tourists George CRUIKSHANK (attributed to); Isaac CRUIKSHANK (attributed to) A party of pleasure George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); Frederick MARRYAT (draughtsman) A curious junto of slandering elves or List’ners seldom hear good of themselves George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); E. H. L. (draughtsman) Very unpleasant weather or The old saying verified: Raining cats, dogs and pitchforks George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); A. E. (draughtsman) Le retour de Paris or The neice presented to her relations by her French governess George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); E. H. L. (draughtsman) The comforts of a cabriolet or The advantages of driving hoodwink’d George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); M. EGERTON (draughtsman) Game of chess George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); Frederick MARRYAT Humming birds or A dandy trio George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); John S. SHERINGHAM (draughtsman) A visit to Cockney Farm George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); Frederick MARRYAT (draughtsman) An interesting scene on board an East Indiaman, showing the effects of a heavy lurch after dinner George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); Frederick MARRYAT (draughtsman) The Elgin Marbles! or John Bull buying stones at the time his numerous family want bread!! George CRUIKSHANK (etcher); YEDIS (draughtsman) Are you not Irish? George CRUIKSHANK The worship of Bacchus or The drinking customs of society George CRUIKSHANK; Charles MOTTRAM (engraver)
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