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A boy is accused of breaking a shop window while the real culprits hide behind a water pump. Engraving by H. Lemon after W.H.Knight.

Knight, William Henry, 1823-1863.
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Description

A painting in the possession of Benjamin Gibbons (1815-1863), ironmaster and proprietor of fire-clay mines at Sedgley in Staffordshire (subsequently West Midlands)

Publication/Creation

London : James S. Virtue.

Physical description

1 print : engraving ; image 17.9 x 24.1 cm

Lettering

The broken window. W.H. Knight, pinxt. H. Lemon, sculpt. From the collection of B. Gibbons Esq. Athol House, Edgbaston.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 27517i

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  • English



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