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A monkey, dressed in human clothing and holding up a medicinal remedy: representing quacks or itinerant medicine vendors. Lithograph by K. Nickol (?) after J. Watteau.

Watteau, Antoine, 1684-1721.

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Surrounded by an elaborate border

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1 print : lithograph

Lettering

The vender of antidotes. Watteau invent. Nickol lithog.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 20717i

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  • English


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