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The Cobblers Cure for A Scolding Wife.

[graphic]. Sold by I. Sidebotham 24 Lower Sackville Street [Dublin].

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In Collection: Collection of caricatures, mainly set in Dublin
Description: After Thomas Rowlandson's 'Wide-Awake', published ca. 1813 by Thomas Tegg, 111 Cheapside, London. See BM Satires 12148. This print is lettered with title 'The Cobblers Cure for A Scolding Wife' and publication line 'Sold by I. Sidebotham 24 Lower Sackville Street'. A cobbler savagely leans over his elderly wife who is tied to a chair with her wrists bound; she glares up at him as he pulls at the thread with which he is stitching up her mouth.
Created: Dublin : J. Sidebotham, 24 Lower Sackville Street, [n.d., ca. 1813-1816?].
Language: English
Extent: 1 print : hand coloured etching, image 30.1 x 22 cm., platemark on sheet 35.7 x 24.3 cm., on sheet 40.3 x 26.1 cm..
Format: PRINTS & DRAWINGS
Call Number: PD 2121 TX 1 (40) (Collection unavailable)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.