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Record No
26437
Title
Cries of London
Description
"Pray remember the blind"; scene under Covent Garden piazza. A blind man advances shouting, his stick and hat held out, towards two young ladies, one of whom drops a coin in his hat. A slim and foppish officer helps a lady from a coach in the background.
Date of execution
1811
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Main Print Collection
Artist
Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827)
Engraver
anon.
Medium
etching
Support
paper
Longest dimension
18cms
Shortest dimension
13cms
Catalogue No
p7513719
London picture map location
Exact
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