An unfinished aquatint. The images were reused by in 1822 by George Humphrey as Lawful Liberty / Lawless Liberty:
A series of 12 prints.
These satires belong to a group by Gillray that purport to be etchings based on ‘Original Intercepted Drawing[s].’ The intercepted correspondence Gillray refers to was largely engineering information. Siege de la Colonne de Pompe´e : Science in the pillory/ etched by Js. Gillray from the original intercepted drawing “Mamlouk, et …
British Library National Portrait Gallery Library of Congress Other Collections BM Satires 10558 NPG
Pacific-Overtures,-or-A Flight from St Cloud’s-“Over the Water to Charley.”-A new dramatic peace now rehearsing. British Library National Portrait Gallery Library of Congress Other Collections BM Satires 10549 NPG
British Library National Portrait Gallery Library of Congress Other Collections BM Satires 11007 NPG D12910 PC 1 – 11007
Coming in at the death of the Corsican fox. Scene the last An adaptation of Gillray’s Death of the corsican fox
Death of the Corsican-Fox.-Scene the last, of the Royal-Hunt
A companion to Don Dismallo, after an absence of sixteen years, embracing his beautiful vision!
Buonaparte, hearing of Nelson’s victory, swears by his sword to extirpate the English from off the Earth
Promis’d Horrors of the French Invasion, or Forcible reasons for negotiating a regicide peace
James Gillray (1805) The Plumb-Pudding in Danger or State Epicures taking a Petit Soupe. Pitt faces Napoleon as they carve up the globe. The caption below the title reads “the great Globe itself, and all which it inherit, is too small to satisfy such insatiable appetites” Further details at British …