Dining Hall, Asylum, from "Ackermann's Repository"
|Caption||Long, bare hall with stone floors and long tables. Women, dressed alike, sit eating in rows. Iron bars around the fireplaces. Title, artists', and publisher's names below. Print makers: Thomas Rowlandson, British, 1756–1827; Augustus Charles Pugin, French, active Great Britain, ca. 1762–1832. Made in: Europe. Date: 1800s. Record ID: chndm_1961-105-228.|
|Creator||John Hill, after, British, active in the United States (1770 – 1850)|
|Artwork medium||Aquatint, brush and watercolors on paper|
|Credit||Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Desig|
|Dining Hall Asylum Long bare hall stone floors tables Women dressed alike sit eating rows John Hill Thomas Rowlandson Augustus Charles Pugin|
|Stock image ref||Size||Views|
|YCH037832||3,524 x 2,851 pixels||6|
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