Lottery Drawing: Coopers Hall, from "Ackermann's Repository"
|Caption||Foreground onlookers; then three rows of men in a pit, with tally sheets. The lottery game on stage above, with judges and callers. 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_1961-105-266.|
|Creator||Joseph Constantine Stadler, after, German (1780 – 1822)|
|Artwork medium||Aquatint, brush and watercolor on paper|
|Credit||Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum|
|Lottery Drawing Coopers Hall Foreground onlookers rows men pit tally sheets Thomas Rowlandson Augustus Charles Pugin Joseph Constantine Stadler|
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|YCH037869||2,000 x 1,617 pixels||2|
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