George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art: Volume 1, 1792-1835, Volume 1; Volumes 1792-1835

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Rutgers University Press, 1992 - 495 pages
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Contents

PROLOGUE
1
CRADLED IN CARICATURE 17921820
9
ALL MY RELATIVES WERE SCOTS
19
A NAUGHTY BOY
26
A PICTURE OF LIFE
38
WHAT CAN YOU DO IF YOUR PELVIS IS WRONG?
47
GEORGE CRUIKSHANK INVENIT
69
TOO MUCH FUN OF TOO MANY THINGS
90
A SKETCHING DANTE
256
TO WORKWITH A WILL
277
A WORK BEGUN IN SADNESS
291
IN DESTRUCTIBLE AS PUNCH
307
THUMBNAIL DESIGNS
325
AN AVERAGEEUROPEAN STYLE
340
DRAWING IN ALBUMS
355
PRINCE OF HUMOROUS DESIGNERS
374

THE PURSUIT AND TORMENT OF LITTLE BONEY
108
THE TRIALS OF WILLIAM HONE
121
THE MOST IMPORTANT DESIGN I EVER MADE
140
THE DAN DY OF SIXTY
150
A VERY TAR IN ART
187
THE FINEST THINGS NEXT TO REMBRANDTS
207
EPIGRAMS OF DESIGN
221
A THOROUGHBRED ARTIST
232
THE ARCH AND ABLE PENCIL
390
Genealogies
405
Concerning Transcriptions and References
409
Notes
415
General Index
477
Index oCruikshanks Works
490
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