Joseph Lisle (fl.1828-30) - Early 19th Century Lithograph, Satirical Sketch
DescriptionA lithograph with hand-colouring of a foppish gentleman and his portly assistant on a shoot being frightened away by a scarecrow. The caption to the top of the image reads, 'Cut your stick, Sprigs don't you see that there Gamekeeper? Is that a Gamekeeper? Wot an horrid looking Chap!'. Titled 'Lisle's Sketches No.10'. Presented glazed in an oak frame. Signed to the lower-right edge.
There is some discolouration and foxing.
21.7 x 18.6cm (8.5" x 7.3")Framed Size: 29.7 x 27.5cm (11.7" x 10.8")
Joseph Lisle (fl.1828-30) was a satirical designer and lithographic draughtsman, working for G.S. Tregear (1802-1841), an English publisher of caricatures and prints.
|Artist||Joseph Lisle (fl.1828-30)|
|Date||Early 19th Century|
|Dimensions||21.7 x 18.6cm|
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