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Image: Germans Eating Sour-Krout

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Germans Eating Sour-Krout

1803
19th century
260 x 363 mm (10.2 x 14.3 in.)

James Gillray, British (English), (1757–1815)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Etching with hand coloring on wove paper
Print impression quality: Good
Edition: Published 7 May 1803, by H. Humphrey, St. James's Street
Marks: Signed in plate, lower right: “J. Gillray inv. et. fe.”; inscribed, lower right: date published and name of publisher
Bibliography: Wright, p. 307; BM Sat 10170.
Credit Line: Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 1962
Accession Number: 1963.30.1

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  • caricatures - Use for representations, often portraits, that exaggerate certain features or characteristics to humorous or ludicrous effect. [April 1991 descriptor moved.]
  • food - Use for any material that can be digested or absorbed by the body of a human or other animal and used as a source of energy or some essential nutrient, to build and replace tissue, or to relieve hunger. [April 1995 descriptor changed, was "foodstuff"; lead-in terms added.]
  • political caricature
  • politics

Dimensions
  • plate Dimensions: 260 x 363 mm (10.2 x 14.3 in.)

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