A standing-dish at Boodles
|A standing-dish at Boodles. A stout elderly man (three-quarter length) sits astride across a chair, his arms folded on its back. He wears a hat and holds a cane. His head is turned in profile to the left, and is seen through the wide-open sash of a window in Boodle's, St. James's Street. On the wall behind (left) is a portrait of a horse. Beneath the imprint: * Vide: a d.. 'd good Cocoa-Tree Pun (BM). Artist: Gillray, James, 1756-1815. Date: May 28, 1800. Sourced from Digital Commonwealth website.
|1 print: hand-colored etching; plate mark 25 x 20 cm
|Boston Public Library
|No known copyright restrictions
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