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Satirical illustration of the polluted River Thames, by George Cruikshank, London, England, 1832
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Satirical illustration of the polluted River Thames, by George Cruikshank, London, England, 1832
Print by George Cruickshank
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Work Type
Art
Date
1825-1835
Location
London
Measurements
overall: 442 mm x 254 mm
Description
Print by George Cruickshank, illustrating the poem "Royal Address of Cadwallader ap-Tudor ap-Edwards ap-Vaughan, Water-King of Southwark"; a satire on water pollution of the river Thames, c. 1832, dimensions 17 1/2" x 10 1/2"
Print by George Cruickshank, illustrating the poem "Royal Address of Cadwallader ap-Tudor ap-Edwards ap-Vaughan, Water-King of Southwark"; a satire on water pollution of the river Thames, c. 1832, dimensions 17 1/2" x 10 1/2"
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print
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co13541
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Image and original data from Science Museum Group
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