G.W. Wardle, an ape-like figure scavenging with a rake and a lantern, followed by pigs and ducks, stumbles across a decapitated corpse. Aquatint, 1811.

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On Wardle see the Dictionary of National Biography. However, neither the DNB nor the British Museum catalogue explains this print

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1 print : aquatint, with etching ; sheet 21.4 x 33.6 cm

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Lettering

The walking, committee.

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  • [London]

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  • [publisher not identified]

Dates

  • [1 April 1811]

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G.W. Wardle, an ape-like figure scavenging with a rake and a lantern, followed by pigs and ducks, stumbles across a decapitated corpse. Aquatint, 1811.. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

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