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Thomas Rowlandson 1756-1827 "Four o'Clock in the Country", pub. 1788 (coloured etching with aquatint)

Credit: "Four o'Clock in the Country", pub. 1788 (coloured etching with aquatint) (pair of Rowlandson, Thomas / Private Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

Hand-coloured Etching and Aquatint, "And catch the living manners as they rise," by James Gillray (1756-1815), published by Hannah Humphrey (active 1778-1822):7 May 1794.

Hand-coloured Etching and Aquatint, "And catch the living manners as they rise," by James Gillray published by Hannah Humphrey (active May It just has to be a sexual allusion

Title (object) 1812 or Regency a la mode Materials paper (all objects) Techniques hand-coloured (scope note | all objects) etching (scope note | all objects) Production person Print made by William Heath (biographical details | all objects) Production place Published in London (scope note | all objects) (Europe,British Isles,England,London) Date 1810-1815 British Museum, 1868,0808.8040

1812 or Regency a la mode Hand-coloured etching Print made by William Heath

© The Trustees of the British Museum  Fashionables of 1818.  Hand-coloured lithograph, George Cruikshank, 1818

© The Trustees of the British Museum Fashionables of Hand-coloured lithograph, George Cruikshank, 1818

© The Trustees of the British Museum A bath ball or virtue in danger. George Cruikshank, 6 January 1820 Hand-coloured etching

A bath ball or virtue in danger. 6 January 1820 Hand-coloured etching by George Cruikshank, © Trustees of the British Museum

Scotch washing, Isaac Cruikshank. 16 August 1810  Hand-coloured etching of  "Two buxom young women, lifting their petticoats high, trample in tubs placed beside a Highland stream; another brings a basket of linen to be washed, while a girl in the background spreads linen on the grass to dry..."

Image gallery: Scotch washing The British Museum 1810 Museum number

Unruly Eighteenth-Century Britain: The Politics of Pleasure: Excessive Consumption as Depicted in the Satirical Prints of the 1784 Westminster Election

The Dutchess canvassing for her favourite member, April Etching

© The Trustees of the British Museum  Bon ton.  Hand-coloured etching, George Cruikshank

Short skirt and low bosom. I think the man is inspecting it! Hand-coloured etching, George Cruikshank© The Trustees of the British Museum Bon ton.

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