Friday, August 1, 2014

4 Antique Satire Pieces (Including) "EARLY 19TH CENTURY CRUIKSHANK SATIRE", "EARLY 19TH CENTURY WILLIAMS SATIRE", "ENGLISH CARICATURE", "A COLD RECEPTION EVERYWHERE"

“ENGLISH CARICATURE” Whimsical and highly detailed etching with original hand coloring. This satire is titled “A DISAGREEABLE SURPRISE. Specimens of Dramatic Phrensy.” Drawn by George M. Woodward (1760 – 1809), and published in London by S. W. Fores, ca. 1804.


“A COLD RECEPTION EVERYWHERE” From PUCK – a periodical of American Political Humor and Commentary, Published July 3, 1889, a political cartoon by Joseph Keppler, Jr. Original color-lithograph.




“EARLY 19TH CENTURY CRUIKSHANK SATIRE” Original hand-colored etching by George Cruikshank titled “JACK JUNK embarking on a CRUIZE.” Published London, ca. 1825.





“EARLY 19TH CENTURY WILLIAMS SATIRE” Original hand-colored etching by Charles Williams titled “THE FATHERS DARLING.” Published London, ca. 1820.

Price:  $115 (Each)

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