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Antique Print: The Republican Attach

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The Republican Attach
Plate Number 132
Artist: James Gillray 1756-1815
Publisher: Henry G. Bohn London
Medium: Copper Plate Engraving/Etching - Hand Colored
Circa: 1847
Size approximate: Sheet: 19 1/4” x 12 1/2” Image: Size 14” x 9 7/8”
Engraving on reverse side of Plate # 134 "Copenhagen House"
Condition: Excellent - Minor foxing in top and right margins - Discoloration in upper left corner of presentation image not visible in original image, unknown phenomena  -  Some age related defects - No damage to image
Comments: Coloration of presentation varies slightly from original print image and background hue/s.
Featured print side: Plate # 132 - Gillray satirizes and attach upon the royal carriage on October 29, 1797, as the King traveled in his carriage to open Parliament.  In this caricature, George III seems unaware that the whig opposition (represented by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Charles James Fox and Lord Lansdowne) are attaching his coach, driven by Prime Minister William Pitt.  A mob throws fruit, stones and a cat.  Gillray criticizes not only the mob and th Whigs, but the government over-reaction, as can be seen by Britannia being trampled by the horses.

Reversed side of Featured print Plate # 134 - "Copenhagen House", a satire of the public meetings of the London Correspondence Society, comparing them to the revolt of Jack Cada and Wat Tyler, as satirized by Shakespeare.

Price: $500.00

Stock Number: GIL-BP62-24
In Stock: 1


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