by James Clarke.
|Main Creator:||Clarke, James, artist.|
Woman wearing striped outfit and bonnet and being teased by two boys and a street urchin with a brush. One of the boys says "Oh! Look ere Bill. Here's a go! I'm blowed if there aint the Zebra from the Zoological gardens a taking a walk". Boy with the broom says "Please mam your bonnet's a fallin off [gee's?] a copper for telling yer".
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|Published / Created:||
[between ca. 1850 and 1870].
Figures in the image made up from cuttings from magazines or newspapers. Background is drawn in with ink and watercolours.
Title inscribed in pencil m.r. on image.
Physical description: 1 painting : watercolour & pen ; image 17 x 18.2 cm., pasted on sheet 28.5 x 23.5 cm..
Attributed to either James Clarke or "Johnny" Moore.
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|PD 4021 TX 13||
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