James Gillray: The Art of Caricature – Exhibition at Tate Britain | Tate

James Gillray: The Art of Caricature – Exhibition at Tate Britain | Tate

French Revolution - James Gillray

Feb "The Zenith of French Glory! The Pinnacle of Liberty. Religion, Justice, Loyalty & all the Bugbears of Unenlightened Minds." by James Gillray;

John Bull taking a Luncheon... - James Gillray - Royal Museums Greenwich Prints

'John Bull taking a luncheon, or, British Cooks cramming Old Grumble-Gizzard with Bonne-Chére,' James Gillray, 1798

1801 March 10th. 'A Pair of Polished Gentlemen.' Hand-coloured etching by James Gillray britishmuseum.org

“A Pair of Polished Gentlemen. Hand-coloured etching by James Gillray, Image credit: British Museum.

'Female curiosity' by James Gillray, c1778. What - we've all done it. Haven't we....NO!

A woman inspecting her backside as her maid holds the mirror.

"The Whore's Last Shift",1779 by James Gillray. Excuse the nudity, but it accurately shows how stockings and garters were worn.

The whore's last shift James Gillray 1779 - James Gillray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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To conceive or not to conceive: that is the Regency question

—or—The Duchess's little Shoe yeilding [sic] to the Magnitude of the Duke's Foot contrasts james gillray - James Gillray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hand-coloured Etching and Aquatint, "And catch the living manners as they rise," by James Gillray (1756-1815), published by Hannah Humphrey (active 1778-1822):7 May 1794.

Hand-coloured Etching and Aquatint, "And catch the living manners as they rise," by James Gillray published by Hannah Humphrey (active May It just has to be a sexual allusion

Prince of Wales, 1802, by James Gillray. #Georgian #Caricature #Gillray

James Gillray, Political Satirist

The Prince of Wales, by James Gillray. This shape seems to have fascinated Gillray in men and women

Satire, sewers and statesmen: why James Gillray was king of the cartoon

Satire, sewers and statesmen: why James Gillray was king of the cartoon

Gillray's Midas Transmuting All into Gold Paper, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1797 (hand-coloured etching). Courtesy of the Warden and Scholars of New College, Oxford

James Gillray (British, 1756–1815). Temperance Enjoying a Frugal Meal, July 28, 1792. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Adele S. Gollin, 1976 (1976.602.29)

Temperance Enjoying a Frugal Meal, July James Gillray (British, colored etching.

Fashionable Contrasts Painting by James Gillray

Fashionable Contrasts Painting by James Gillray

James Gillray | And Catch the Living Manners as They Rise | 1794 | The Morgan Library & Museum

James Gillray

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