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Intemperance and its penalties
23.0 × 33.2 cm (image) 24.6 × 34.8 cm (image and text) 31.9 × 38.3 cm (sheet)
Place/s of Execution
London, England
printed by C. J. Culliford, London
printed in ink l.l.: Lithographed & Printed by C. J. Culliford, 22, Southampton S.t (t in superscript above . ) Strand, London.
printed in ink l.c.: R. Seymour, del. / INTEMPERANCE AND ITS PENALTIES. / BY R. SEYMOUR. / “Seymour was the greatest Artist since the days of Hogarth, his pencil insinuated a moral whilst calling to play a smile, his wit long kept the / town and table in a roar; he delighted the tens of thousands.” / Art Journal.
printed in ink (in image) u.l.: Brains / Brains / Brains
printed ink ink (in image) u.r.: GIN
printed in ink (in image) c.l.: STUPIFIER
printed in ink (in image) c.-c.r.: Heart Liver Stomach Apetite
printed in ink (in image) l.l.: T’is the best spirit under my command
printed in ink (in image) l.c.: IMPERIAL
printed in ink (in image) l.r.: Night-mare
Accession Number
International Prints / International Prints and Drawings
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Gift, 1949
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Gallery location
Not on display