Punch :The needlewoman at home and abroad. [London, 1850]
Reference Number: PUBL-0043-1850-01
Two contrasting scenes. On the left ("At home i.e England), a ragged young woman with a child behind her is shivering in a snowy street near a pub advertising gin, while a top-hatted man is reaching out an admonishing hand. On the right ('Abroad' i.e. somewhere in the colonies) is a family that has emigrated to one of the colonies, an interior scene with two well-fed children and the parents at a table, with hams and other food hanging above and the mother holding a laughing baby above her head, while the smiling father watches as he peels a potato. Hens and part of a garden can be glimpsed through an open door to the left
1 image, categorised under Caricatures and Wood engravings, related to Punch (London periodical), England, New Zealand, Poverty, Family, Emigration and immigration, Wealth, Ham, Infants and Dressmakers.
Punch. (London), Reference Number PUBL-0043 (2 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, ca 150 x 200 mm. Single art work
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