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A man commenting on the beauty of women at a ball, his friend (a dentist) implies that the perfection of their smiles is due to him. Wood engraving after C. Keene, c.1882.

  • Keene, Charles, 1823-1891.
Date
1882
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15543i
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Dialogue includes: Dancing man. "Splendid women!" Cynical friend (Dentist). "Ah! But most o' their smiles are mine, y'know!"

Publication/Creation

[London]

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving

Lettering

Disenchantment. ; CK

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15543i

Languages

  • English


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