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A man in ragged clothes being bitten by a guard dog at the entrance to a town house; representing the sense of touch. Etching by T.L. Busby, ca. 1826.

Busby, Thomas Lord.
Date
[1826?]

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view A man in ragged clothes being bitten by a guard dog at the entrance to a town house; representing the sense of touch. Etching by T.L. Busby, ca. 1826.

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Description

The man may be a hawker: he holds some strips of material in his left hand. Railings separate the entrance to the house from the area which provides light to the basement. The door bears a label inscribed "Hog" (name of owner?)

Publication/Creation

London : T.L. Busby, [1826?]

Physical description

1 print : etching ; sheet 10.5 x 13.9 cm

Lettering

Feeling. T.L. Busby London

Publications note

Not found in: British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 664604i

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  • English


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