Collection: Shemus Cartoon Collection >> [Hamar Greenwood spills ink on map of Ireland] Shemus. [graphic] /
[Hamar Greenwood spills ink on map of Ireland]
|Main Creator:||Forbes, Ernest, 1879-1962|
David Lloyd George and another man dressed in military uniform stand next to Hamar Greenwood, dressed as a young boy, seated at a table where he has spilled a bottle of ink all over the province of Ulster on a map of Ireland. A picture labelled "Oliver Cromwell" hangs on the wall in the room (in which a somewhat corpulent [and unrecognisable] Cromwell wears a Pilgrim hat, pulled low down over his brow).
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[S.l.: s.n., between 1920 and 1924].
Shemus was a pseudonym used by Ernest Forbes.
This drawing is untitled.
Caption is handwritten above image and reads: Lord French [? - the handwriting is rather illegible] pointing to little Hamar who has spilled the red ink on the northern part of the map of Ireland: "Look after him? There's been no doing anything with him since someone told him he was like Cromwell!"
Publication details for this drawing are unknown.
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink and crayon, col ; image 31 x 29 cm., on sheet 33 x 30 cm.
|Contained in:||Shemus Cartoon Collection|
Forms part of: The Shemus Cartoon Collection.
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|PD 4309 TX 240||
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