HOGARTH: FALSE PERSPECTIVE. Satire on False Perspective. (Whoever makes a design, without the knowledge of perspective, will be liable to such absurdities as are shown in this print). Steel engraving, c1860, after a painting, 1753, by William Hogarth
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Illustration, cartoon of a woman with a dead fox draped around her neck and holding a smoking shotgun, a dead fox and a howling fox in the background
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David Livingstones gun
An auctioneer with David Livingstone's gun when it came up for sale at an auction room in Staffordshire. Livingstone took the Hollis and Son gun to Africa and it was repaired there. The gun was brought back to UK with the exporer's body and personal effects in 1873 by Joseph Wainwright and faithful bearers Chuma and Susi. First published The Times newspaper Date: 1987
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