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The Court at Brighton a La Chinese - 1816 by George Cruikshank (1792-1878) British Featured Charles Dickens Print

The Court at Brighton a La Chinese - 1816 by George Cruikshank (1792-1878) British

The Court at Brighton a La Chinese - 1816
by George Cruikshank (1792-1878)
British Museum
This painting satirises the Prince Regent's passion for Chinoiserie which culminated in the building of Brighton Pavilion; seen here instructing Lord Amherst to 'get fresh patterns of Chinese deformities to finish the decorations of g. Pavilion'London, England
George Cruikshank (27 September 1792 - 1 February 1878), son of the Scottish painter and caricaturist Isaac Cruikshank, was a caricaturist and book illustrator. His 60-year career began with political prints that attacked the royal family and leading politicians (in 1820 he received a royal bribe of ?100 for a pledge "not to caricature His Majesty (George III of the United Kingdom) in any immoral situation.") He went on to create social caricatures of British life for popular publications such as The Comic Almanack (1835-1853) and Omnibus (1842). Later in his career, his book illustrations for Charles Dickens and many other authors reached an international audience.
?2006 TopFoto

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Staplehurst Crash Featured Charles Dickens Print

Staplehurst Crash

June 1865: The aftermath of a railway accident at Staplehurst in Kent, on the South-Eastern railway boat train service to Folkestone. Author Charles Dickens was a passenger on the train, but was amongst those who escaped uninjured. Dickens re-entered the wrecked carriage after he realised that he had left behind the manuscript of 'Our Mutual Friend' he had been working on. (Photo by HultonArchive/Illustrated London News/Getty Images)

Charles Dickens study at Gads Hill Place Featured Charles Dickens Print

Charles Dickens study at Gads Hill Place

Vintage engraving from Forster's Life of Charles Dickens in the Household Edition by Fred Barnard. Charles Dickens study at Gads Hill Place. Gads Hill Place in Higham, Kent, sometimes spelt Gadshill Place and Gad's Hill Place, was the country home of Charles Dickens, the most successful British author of the Victorian era

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