A 19th century fire theme hand colored print titled “Corinthian Steams” or “Costumes and customs of 1820,” using fire as a symbol of anger or rage. This social commentary cartoon was published in London February 26, 1920 by S.W. Rores. This print was trimmed and mounted, matted and framed under acrylic in a silver painted wooden frame (minor frame losses). Very good condition, with some edge losses, small creases, expected discoloring spots , and some scuffs visible on the acrylic. Dimensions: 8 ¾” h x 12 ½” w, actual; 19 ¾” h x 23 ¾” w, framed.
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