James Caulfield - Early 20th Century Engraving, Mother Damnable of Kentish Town
DescriptionAn early 20th Century satirical engraving from: 'Portraits, memoirs and characters, of remarkable persons, from the reign of Edward the third, to the Revolution. Collected from the most authentic accounts extant', by James Caulfield, London 1813. This work consists of descriptions of remarkable events and objects, and lives of eccentric individuals. Here, 'Mother Damnable of Kentish Town' is presented in an interior with a variety of objects about her person. Signed in plate. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. With some surface dirt to the left edge, as shown.
11.4 x 9.8cm (4.5" x 3.9")Sheet: 28.1 x 22.4cm (11.1" x 8.8")
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||11.4 x 9.8cm|
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