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93 results filtered with: Alcoholic beverages
  • A drunken scene in a beer shop with a young thief gambling. Etching by G. Cruikshank, 1848, after himself.
  • A man sits holding a large glass of wine, behind a man lights his pipe. Engraving by P. Chenu, 1743, after D. Teniers II.
  • A Chinese (?) man working with distilling apparatus. Coloured engraving by A. Freschi, 1812.
  • A bacchanalian scene with Pan sleeping and many drinking vessels left on a table. Etching by F. van den Wyngaerde after P. Rubens, mid 17th century.
  • A club room where various men lounge about and one serves drink at a counter. Coloured etching, mid 19th century.
  • A busy street corner with traders stopping for a tankard of beer and an artist painting a pub sign. Engraving, c. 1751, after W. Hogarth.
  • A man pouring the last drop from his wine glass. Mezzotint, c. 1786.
  • A drunken scene in a beer shop with a young thief gambling. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1848, after himself.
  • Three distillers with streams running from their noses and mouths into a tub of "double rectified spirits". Coloured etching, 1811, after T. Rowlandson.
  • Local people gathered in a Scottish smithy for food and drink. Etching by W. Lizars, 18--.
  • A drunken party with men smoking, sleeping and falling to the floor. Engraving by T. Cook, c. 1798, after W. Hogarth.
  • A gathering at the ceremonial drinking of kava in the Friendly Islands. Lithograph by A. Noël after L.A. de Sainson.
  • Order this large Guinness for the home : the large economical family size : Guinness is good for you / Redgate Ltd.
  • Doctors reduced to drinking in a seedy public house: representing the effect of the various Reform bills introduced by Sir James Graham. Wood engraving after J. Leech.
  • Two pictures: two women pounding grain and African people brewing pombe. Lithograph with tint plate.
  • A drunken scene in a gin shop with children being given alcohol. Etching by G. Cruikshank, 1848, after himself.
  • An old man sits with his arm round a girl and plies her with drink as his wife watches through a window. Engraving by J.P. Le Bas, 1747, after D. Teniers.
  • The alarmist Miss Minifie informing Miss Gunning and her mother of their banishment from the general's house. Coloured etching by J. Gillray, 1791.
  • For patients with pain Paramol-118 : alcohol and the British.
  • The first verse of a poem entitled, "Rheinweinlied", surrounded by an ornamental design with a large wine glass. Etching, 1842.
  • A self-indulgent man afflicted with gout: the pain is represented by a demon burning his foot. Coloured lithograph by G. Cruikshank, 1818, after Captain Hehl.
  • A patient dismayed at his doctor's advice not to drink any alcohol while recovering from a cold. Wood engraving by G. Du Maurier, 1875.
  • A gouty vicar dining on meat and wine. Etching by T. Best.
  • Christmas celebrated by people playing instruments, eating and drinking: a man with white hair and a long white beard sitting watching a small man stirring punch in a bowl. Engraving by T. Hollis, 1851, after R.W. Buss.
  • A doctor telling an overweight patient (who mishears him) that he needs to cut out his apéritif not his appendix. Reproduction of a drawing by B. Thomas, 1923.
  • A man surrounded by a feast while professing to have no appetite, his doctor observing how yellow he and his surroundings appear; suggesting the man's jaundiced view of life. Coloured lithograph, 1835.
  • A man drinking himself to death; represented by a skeletal death figure above him and bottles scattered all around. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1811.
  • A doctor reprimanding an obese patient for not taking his medicine. Coloured etching by I. Cruikshank, 1797.
  • Three poor men burdened with barrels of alcohol, being freed by a man from the Temperance Society, while a woman looks on. Wood-engraving by S. Barr, c. 1840, with letterpress.
  • Three people drinking punch as a cure for (right to left) gout, colic, and phthisis. Coloured etching by J. Gillray, 1799.