"The Bottle"
"The Bottle"
26619
"The Bottle"
"The Bottle"; showing an interior domestic scene with the family possessions being repossessed as a result of money being squandered on alcohol. Ironically, the mother and father are sitting in front of the fire consolling themselves with a bottle of alcohol while the children are anxiously watching the family possessions being removed.
1847
London Metropolitan Archives
Main Print Collection
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Tweedie, W.
This is Plate III in a series of eight plates. For the eight plates see Record Nos: 26617 - 26624. This is a prelude to "The Drunkard's Children" series in Record Nos: 26625 - 26628.
woodcut
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38cms
27cms
p7517870
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