British Caricatures of the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century from the William McCallin McKee Collection: An Exhibition Held at the Art Institute of Chicago in Honor of the Late Thomas Foster Furness, May 12-June 30, 1977
The Institute, 1977 - Drawing, British - 24 pages
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