A fantastic piece of Georgian satire by Isaac Robert Cruikshank, brother of George Cruikshank and son of Isaac.
His brother George was very famous and had been dubbed the modern Hogarth, Isaac Robert also known as Robert has some notable works of his own including works with his brother and work within Don Quixote de la Mancha.
During his younger years he gained a midshipman's commission but didn't get on with the captain, he was left behind deliberately in St Helena and his family were informed he was dead, you can imagine their surprise when he returned to London!
The hand coloured etching is entitled Uninvited Guests Civilly Dismissed.
It was published by Thomas Boys, Ludgate Hill, London, Dec 1st 1819.
The print has been framed and glazed in a contemporary frame with a rather loud orange tone card backing though this could easily be replaced.
It can be sent with or without the frame.
Approximate size including frame is:
7.5" width of print alone
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