Witty tramp and disgusted older woman - Phil May Cartoon
In the Bars and Streets. Cartoon drawing by Phil May depicting a witty (if rather drunk) tramp and disgusted older woman, who refuses to provide charity. Drunken tramp: "Scuse me, Miss; but 'ave yer got such a thing as a copper about yer?" Old Lady (who has a great aversion to intemperance) - "No, certainly not!" Drunken tramp - (hic): "Sheems ter me we're both in the shame condition." !! Date: 1897
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
Grotesquerie of two fashionably dressed men singing (black & red chalks on white paper)
CTS366772 Grotesquerie of two fashionably dressed men singing (black & red chalks on white paper) by Procaccini, Camillo (c.1560-1629); 24.6x32.2 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; Italian, out of copyright.
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CRUIKSHANK: TEMPERANCE. 'The Drunkard's Son Is Sentenced to Transportation for Life; the Daughter
'The Drunkard's Son Is Sentenced to Transportation for Life; the Daughter, Suspected of Participation in the Robbery, Is Aquitted. The Brother and Sister Part For Ever in This World.' Etching, 1848, by George Cruikshank from his series, 'The Drunkard's Children,' Plate VI, on the evils of drink.