A long queue (line) of angry patients agitating outside the house of a doctor (surgeon-apothecary); he squirts a syringe at them from an upstairs room. Watercolour, ca. 1800.
- Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827.
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A pestle and mortar over the door-lintel acts as a sign that the house is an apothecary's shop
1 painting : watercolour ; border 18.9 x 28.5 cm
The village doctor besieg'd.
Wellcome Library no. 10978i
English, similar to the style of Thomas Rowlandson: either by him or by an artist in his circle such as H. Wigstead