James Gillray (British, 1757-1815) Very Slippy-Weather & Dreadful Hot Weather Etchings with hand col
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James Gillray (British, 1757-1815) Very Slippy-Weather & Dreadful Hot Weather Etchings with hand colouring, on wove, both published February 10th, 1808 by H.Humphrey, 255 x 205mm (10 x 8in)(PL), Together with an album of miscellaneous caricatures including works by and after Boilly; 'La Felicite Parfaite', 'Les Lunettes', 'The Antiquaries', 'Les Grimaces' and 'Beggars', a small group of aquatints after Vernet, various others Album
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James Gillray (British, 1757-1815)
Very Slippy-Weather & Dreadful Hot Weather
Etchings with hand colouring, on wove, both published February 10th, 1808 by H.Humphrey, 255 x 205mm (10 x 8in)(PL), Together with an album of miscellaneous caricatures including works by and after Boilly; 'La Felicite Parfaite', 'Les Lunettes', 'The Antiquaries', 'Les Grimaces' and 'Beggars', a small group of aquatints after Vernet, various others (Album)
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