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''What are you at? What are you after?'', c1820. Creator: George Cruikshank.

''What are you at? What are you after?'', c1820.  Creator: George Cruikshank.

2-709-672 - The Print Collector/Heritage Images

''What are you at? What are you after?'', c1820. Satirical cartoon of the Prince Regent (future King George IV) dressed as a carpenter and self-destructively sawing through 'The Crown' sign. His loyal courtiers sit in 'The Political House that Jack Built', with a sign reading 'Notice of Ejectment as the Premises are undergoing a thorough Repair'. From an album containing portraits and satirical caricatures related to the trial of Queen Caroline (1768-1821, also known as Caroline of Brunswick, consort of King George IV) in 1820.


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Image Aliases

  1. 0580036201
  1. 2-709-672
  1. 2709672

Maximum Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 4696x5576
File Size : 25572kb

Image Information

Creator
  1. George Cruikshank, attributed to: British: Artist, illustrator, painter, engraver
Subject
  1. King George IV: British: King of Great Britain
People Related
  1. Caroline of Brunswick: German: Queen Consort of George IV
  2. William Hone: British: author/publisher?
Medium
  1. Engraving
Picture Type
  1. Caricature
  2. Satire

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