A Queer Fellow at College
Sidebotham's Public Characters No: 297.
Rev. John Barrett, (1746-1821), Doctor of Divinity, Vice-Provost, Trinity College Dublin; full length, left profile, left hand in his pocket, walking in black cap and gown, through College quadrangle with Dining Hall and Rubrics in background, with speech bubble saying: "Do you see me now"; tinted vignette in rectangular frame.
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[Dublin] : James Sidebotham, 4 Lower Sackville Street, [s.d.].
No artist nor etching details on print.
Printed l.l. to u.r. around image on sheet: Pub: by Sidebotham Sackville St: who cautions the public against the spurious copies of his Original Caricatures which are uniformly made & foisted upon them in the most Daring and unjustifiable manner by the print-seller in Nassau St. for an avow'd detestable purpose.
Multiple tinted impressions of the same print. See PD BARRE-JO (1A) II for other impression by Sidebotham, or EP BARRE-JO (2) and EP BARRE-JO (2A) for similar impressions by McCleary, 32 Nassau street, Dublin.
Physical description: 1 print : etching, col. ; image 22 x 15.5 cm., sheet 24.1 x 17.8cm., cropped within plate mark.
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