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Images Dated 9th February 2016

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Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman

The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman
The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - H M Bateman. This illustration shows an arrogant man who has defied etiquette by lighting his cigar before the correct course of dinner

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania

Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania
A Dickensian Christmas as imagined by the Italian-born artist, Fortunino Matania, who in his later career concentrated on historical genre subjects

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: D Ye Ken John Peel in his Coat so Grey by Joseph Simpson

D Ye Ken John Peel in his Coat so Grey by Joseph Simpson
John Peel (1776? 13 November 1854), English huntsman and the subject of the nineteenth century song D ye ken John Peel - " ken" meaning to be aware of or to know in some dialects of

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Jurisprudence by H. M. Bateman

Jurisprudence by H. M. Bateman is an humorous illustration of a Judge sitting in the courtroom balancing a feather or quill on his nose

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Countess Haugwitz-Reventlow - Barbara Hutton

Countess Haugwitz-Reventlow - Barbara Hutton
Portrait of Countess Haugwitz-Reventlow, formerly Barbara Woolworth Hutton (1912-1979), socialite, heiress and philanthropist, dubbed the " poor little rich girl"

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Edgar Bruce, actor-manager

Caricature of Edgar Bruce, actor-manager
Caricature of Tom Mead (1821-1889), English actor, frequently cast as the villain because of his deep voice. In 1882 he played the role of the Apothecary in Henry Irvings production of Romeo

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Tatler front cover - Christmas Number 1937

The Tatler front cover - Christmas Number 1937
Front cover of The Tatler magazines Christmas number featuring a jester laughing heartily. Date: 1937

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Cetewayo, Zulu king, at the theatre in London

Caricature of Cetewayo, Zulu king, at the theatre in London
Caricature of Cetewayo (Cetshwayo kaMpande, 1826-1884), Zulu king, in the Royal Box at a theatre with Edward, Prince of Wales behind him. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Glass Slipper by Gordon Nicoll

The Glass Slipper by Gordon Nicoll
Fantasy illustration showing a woman in a spangled costume fleeing down some steps. The title of the picture, The Glass Slipper, implies this is Cinderella. Date: 1937

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Christmas Sunshine Cruise by Lewis Baumer

The Christmas Sunshine Cruise by Lewis Baumer
Vignettes by Lewis Baumer in The Tatler showing various types on board during a Christmas sunshine cruise, an increasingly popular pursuit during the 1930s. Date: 1937

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Bride by Alfred Joseph Woolmer

The Bride by Alfred Joseph Woolmer
A young bride in a white dress stands at her dressing table to arrange her hair before leaving for her wedding. Date: c.1830s

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Crofters Daughter by Edwin Landseer

The Crofters Daughter by Edwin Landseer. A young woman nurses her baby against a rural Scottish background. Date: c.1830s

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Above Have Arrived by H M Bateman

The Above Have Arrived by H M Bateman is an illustration of the arrival of quads and the reaction of the new father to this news

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Quoth the Raven Never More by David Duggin

Quoth the Raven Never More by David Duggin
A woman wearing a yellow jumper and with a brunette, waved bob, communicates with a friendly raven. The title of the picture relates to The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe. Date: 1937

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman, starts with an innocent scenario, a man needs his shoes polished, but the Bootblack on the street is an earnest and hardworking type

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Unrecognised Heroism by H M Bateman

Unrecognised Heroism by H M Bateman, is an illustration of " The couple who go to a wedding without sending a present"

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Eighth Wonder! by H M Bateman

The Eighth Wonder! by H M Bateman, is an illustration of the member of the RAC who actually OWNS a car. A large group of men socialising in a room stand apart from one man who is centre of

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Offered and Taken by H M Bateman

Offered and Taken by H M Bateman, is an illustration of a boxing match. There is only one boxer left in the ring, a fresh

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Inoculation by H M Bateman

Inoculation by H M Bateman. This illustration shows a man smuggly and confidently going through a series of injections by different doctors, on different parts of his body

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: My Dear ! ! by H M Bateman

My Dear ! ! by H M Bateman
Cartoon by the master of social satire, H. M. Bateman, showing three women gossiping over tea and cakes while a small dog looks

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: The Visitors Who Told the Master Off by H. M. Bateman

The Visitors Who Told the Master Off by H. M. Bateman
Cartoon by the master of social satire, H. M. Bateman, showing a somewhat arrogant visitor to a hunt lecture the Master of Foxhounds much to the shock of other members. Date: 1936

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Dion Boucicault and three other actors

Caricature of Dion Boucicault and three other actors
Caricature of Dion Boucicault (?1820-1890), Irish actor and playwright -- Address to the Players. Indicating a poster behind him

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Lord Beresford and Admiral Seymour

Caricature of Lord Beresford and Admiral Seymour
Caricature of Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford (1846-1919), at this time a Royal Navy captain (later an Admiral), and Admiral Frederick Beauchamp Paget Seymour (1821-1895)

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature, Fred Archer and George Fordham, jockeys

Caricature, Fred Archer and George Fordham, jockeys
Caricature, Frederick James (Fred) Archer (1857-1886), and George Fordham (1837-1887), British flat race jockeys -- Goodwood. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of W E Gladstone and John L Toole

Caricature of W E Gladstone and John L Toole
Caricature of W E Gladstone (1809-1898), Liberal Prime Minister, and John Lawrence Toole (1830-1906), English comic actor, actor-manager and theatrical producer. Politics and Comedy. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of G Edwardes and E L Blanchard

Caricature of G Edwardes and E L Blanchard
Caricature of George Joseph Edwardes (1855-1915), English theatre manager and producer, and Edward Litt Laman Blanchard (1820-1889), English writer, dramatist and drama critic -- The Era. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Coquelin and Gambetta

Caricature of Coquelin and Gambetta
Caricature of Benoit-Constant Coquelin (1841-1909), leading French actor, and Leon Gambetta (1838-1882), leading French politician. Comedy and Politics. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Edward, Prince of Wales and Squire Bancroft

Caricature of Edward, Prince of Wales and Squire Bancroft
Caricature of Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) and Sir Squire Bancroft (1841-1926), English actor-manager. Bancroft speaks condescendingly to the Prince

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Edwin Booth and William Booth

Caricature of Edwin Booth and William Booth
Caricature of Edwin Booth (1833-1893) as Cardinal Richelieu at the Adelphi Theatre, London, and William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, at the Grecian Theatre in north London

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Charles Keene, F C Burnand and John Tenniel

Caricature of Charles Keene, F C Burnand and John Tenniel
Caricature of Charles Samuel Keene (1823-1891), Francis Cowley Burnand (1836-1917) and John Tenniel (1820-1914), two Punch artists and their editor. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Ashton Dilke, Liberal MP and traveller

Caricature of Ashton Dilke, Liberal MP and traveller
Caricature of Ashton Wentworth Dilke (1850-1883), radical Liberal MP (from 1880 to 1883), traveller, and owner of the Weekly Dispatch. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Edmund Yates and ? Becker

Caricature of Edmund Yates and ? Becker
Caricature of Edmund Hodgson Yates (1831-1894), British novelist and dramatist, editor of The World society journal, and ? Becker. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Percy Anderson and G A Sala

Caricature of Percy Anderson and G A Sala
Caricature of Percy Anderson (1851-1928), stage designer and painter, and George Augustus Henry Sala (1828-1895), English journalist -- David and Goliath. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Charles Alias and H B Farnie

Caricature of Charles Alias and H B Farnie
Caricature of Charles Alias (c1852-1921), theatrical costumier, and Henry Brougham Farnie (1836-1889), author, librettist and adapter -- Opera Bouffe collaborators. 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Harry Paulton, actor and dramatist

Caricature of Harry Paulton, actor and dramatist
Caricature of Harry Paulton (1842-1917), actor and dramatist. Seen here outside the Avenue Theatre, London, in cloak and hat -- Manteaux Noirs; or, a Tale of the Embankment

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Walter Webling and Alfred Watson

Caricature of Walter Webling and Alfred Watson
Caricature of Walter Webling (seated, aka Walter Clifford Weblyn, 1846-1928), owner of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, and Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (on horseback, 1849-1922)

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of Madge Kendal, English actress and manager

Caricature of Madge Kendal, English actress and manager
Caricature of Madge Kendal (Margaret Shafto Robertson, 1848-1935), English actress and (with her husband William Hunter Kendal) theatre manager

Background imageImages Dated 9th February 2016: Caricature of W E Gladstone and the ghost of Palmerston

Caricature of W E Gladstone and the ghost of Palmerston, his predecessor as Liberal Party leader. Palmerston wonders at Gladstone being in the House of Commons on Derby Day


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