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Carmen and Coal-Heavers,preceding the essay by Thomas Miller, opposite page 37 and tenth plate in the book Gavarni in London; Sketches of Life and Character, with Illustrative essays by Popular Writers, edited by Albert Smith (London: David Bogue, 1849)
Carmen and Coal-Heavers,preceding the essay by Thomas Miller, opposite page 37 and tenth plate in the book Gavarni in London; Sketches of Life and Character, with Illustrative essays by Popular Writers, edited by Albert Smith (London: David Bogue, 1849)
Date:
ca. 1849
Location:
Not on display
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Media:
Color Wood Engraving
Dimensions:
Sheet: 267 x 180 mm (10 1/2 x 7 1/16 in.)
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Continent:
Europe
Accession Number:
1963.30.38726.1.10
Acquisition Date:
1963-04-09
Credit Line:

Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts

two men conversing in a pub: carman (driver) with top hat, apron, whip leaning on the bar, coal heaver with his cap on backwards, barmaid behind the bar, cat in front