The Enraged Musician; 19th century; engraving; E. Stalker; Hogarth; life in London; street musician; ballad singer; ballad seller; poverty; noisy; noise; London streets; clamorous; tumultuous; din; deafening; knife grinding; street squalor; banging the drum; town life; dissonant; strident; grating; raucous; cacophonous; drum; knife grinder; begging
"The Enraged Musician" a 19th century engraving by E. Stalker after the original design by Hogarth.
Etching; George Cruikshank; Nov 1st; 1829; vision; expansion of London; suburbs; progress marches on; English caricaturist; illustrator; Industrial Revolution; house building; development; countryside; green belt; town planning
The March of Bricks & Mortar, depicted the impending spread of London, England, - 1829 etching by George Cruikshank.
Georgian; hand-coloured; print; Busby; 1826; decorative; ornate; Embossed; embossing; De La Rue; scrap album page; scrapbook; Etymology; history of words; form; meaning; linguistic; language; word origins; Etty-Molly-Gee and Mother Tongue; pun; cartoon; comic; humour; Fisher women; ladies; working women; craft; pastime; scrapbooking; print-maker; Thomas Lord Busby
Etty-Molly-Gee (etymology) and Mother Tongue - hand-coloured print, print-maker Thomas Lord Busby, pasted onto central panel of embossed scrap album page.
Frost Fair, frozen River Thames, London, 1814, Luke Clonnell, George Cooke, printing press, swings, St Paul's Cathedral,
Print of Frost Fair on the frozen Thames February 1814 drawn by Luke Clonnell and engraved by George Cooke. Various diversions are shown including a printing press and a view of St Paul's Cathedral in the distance
engraving; English; costumed Balls; dance; entertainment; elaborate gowns; dresses; fashion; English Society ladies; courtship; elegance; high society; Victorian society; well bred; young women; social dancing; courts; ballrooms
Victorian, hand coloured, print, Children, Paris, French, costumes, clothes, attire, little children, kilt, tartan, sailor suit, boys and girls, knickerbockers, Fashion, hoop and stick, hats, head wear, George Macbeth, King Street, Manchester, tailor,