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Isaac Robert Collection

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist

The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist
The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Two designs side by side. On the left is the exterior of a pawnshop (representing the Bank of England) and on the right is the interior

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Miss Horton as Morgana, 1830-44. Creator: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Miss Horton as Morgana, 1830-44. Creator: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Miss Horton as Morgana, 1830-44

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. ca. 1814

Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. ca. 1814
Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. After Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Well known Characters in the Pump Room, Bath, taking a sip with King Bladud, 1825

Well known Characters in the Pump Room, Bath, taking a sip with King Bladud, 1825. Crowds in the fashionable watering place of Bath in Somerset

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Outside White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Outside White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Outside White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, 1821, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The Green Rooom at Drury Lane Theatre, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

The Green Rooom at Drury Lane Theatre, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
The Green Rooom at Drury Lane Theatre, 1821, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: At the Royal Cockpit, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank

At the Royal Cockpit, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank
At the Royal Cockpit, 1821, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: After the Opera, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank

After the Opera, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank
After the Opera, 1821, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: In the Saloon at Covent Garden, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank

In the Saloon at Covent Garden, 1821, (1920). Artists: Isaac Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank
In the Saloon at Covent Garden, 1821, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: A Visit to the Fives Court, 1822. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

A Visit to the Fives Court, 1822. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
A Visit to the Fives Court, 1822. Scene showing a prizefight in progress at a venue in St Martins Street, Westminster, London

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: A civic louse in the state bed!!!, or the Corporation conglomorated!!, 1824. Artist

A civic louse in the state bed!!!, or the Corporation conglomorated!!, 1824. Artist
A civic louse in the state bed!!!, or the Corporation conglomorated!!, 1824. The City aldermen and Lord Mayor John Garratt examining an enormous louse on the Mansion House state bed

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Scene in Covent Garden, Westminster, London, 1830. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Scene in Covent Garden, Westminster, London, 1830. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Scene in Covent Garden, Westminster, London, 1830. One of the afflicting occurrences in life in London, Tom, Jerry and Logic arrested in their progress home by the melancholy discovery of Corinthian

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: A frolic at the melon shop in Piccadilly, 1826

A frolic at the melon shop in Piccadilly, 1826. The scene is set in the garden of Mrs Coutts house, Stratton Street where she threatens the Duke of St Albans with a horse-whip

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Exterior of Fishmongers Hall, a Regular break down, 1824

Exterior of Fishmongers Hall, a Regular break down, 1824. A scene in front of Crockfords club in St Jamess Street. Members look from the windows at a gig

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The secret insult! or bribery & corruption rejected!!!, 1820

The secret insult! or bribery & corruption rejected!!!, 1820. Queen Caroline stands facing Lord Hutchinson, who begs her to abandon her claim to the throne; on the right is Alderman Matthew Wood in

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Ceremony in Vauxhall Gardens, Lambeth, London, 1833. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Ceremony in Vauxhall Gardens, Lambeth, London, 1833. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Ceremony in Vauxhall Gardens, Lambeth, London, 1833. View of a benefit for CH Simpson, who had been Master of Ceremonies at Vauxhall Gardens for 36 years

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The evening after a mock election in the Fleet Prison, June 1835

The evening after a mock election in the Fleet Prison, June 1835

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: llustration of a scene at the Fleet Prison, from Pierce Egans Life in London, 1820

llustration of a scene at the Fleet Prison, from Pierce Egans Life in London, 1820. Logic visiting his old acquaintances on board the Fleet, accompanied by Tom and Jerry

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The Royal Extinguisher, or the King of Brobdingnag & the Lilliputians, 1821

The Royal Extinguisher, or the King of Brobdingnag & the Lilliputians, 1821. George IV, surrounded by admiring ministers, holds up an extinguisher made of paper

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The Protestants Champion!!, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

The Protestants Champion!!, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
The Protestants Champion!!, 1825. Frederick, Duke of York walks down Whitehall past Horse Guards, the head-quarters of the commander-in-chief of the British Army

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Waltzing! Or a peep into the Royal Brothel, Spring Gardens, London, c1816. Artist

Waltzing! Or a peep into the Royal Brothel, Spring Gardens, London, c1816. Artist
Waltzing! Or a peep into the Royal Brothel, Spring Gardens, London, c1816. Within an enclosure, men with lewd expressions dance with scantily clad women, while others look

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Mother Wood, the popular procuress!, 1820. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Mother Wood, the popular procuress!, 1820. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Mother Wood, the popular procuress!, 1820. Alderman Wood, dressed as an elderly woman, stands in the porch of his house in South Audley Street holding a bottle inscribed Popularity; the allusion is

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Fracas Royal Extraordinaire, 1820. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Fracas Royal Extraordinaire, 1820. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Fracas Royal Extraordinaire, 1820. The Duke of York punching King George IV in the face, watched by Queen Caroline, Alderman Matthew Wood and others. With satirical verses beneath

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Anglo-Gallic salutations in London - or Practice makes perfect -, 1835. Artist

Anglo-Gallic salutations in London - or Practice makes perfect -, 1835. Artist
Anglo-Gallic salutations in London - or Practice makes perfect -, 1835. Two Frenchmen meet on the pavement outside the door of the White Bear coaching inn, Piccadilly

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Going to Hobby Fair, 1835. Artist

Going to Hobby Fair, 1835. Artist
Going to Hobby Fair, 1835. A lake in a park, with citizens disporting themselves on hobby horses on the banks. In the foreground a stout figure, his hat and wig removed

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Bull and Mouth Street, City of London, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Bull and Mouth Street, City of London, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
View of the Old General Post Office, St Martins le Grand, London, 1825. With busy street scene and a carriage

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Lotteries, 1826. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Lotteries, 1826. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
All Lotteries Will End For Ever, 1826; showing in the top scene Time, lottery contractors, etc watching Blue Coat boys holding up winning number

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: A whistling shop : Tom & Jerry visiting Logic, on board the Fleet, Fleet Prison

A whistling shop : Tom & Jerry visiting Logic, on board the Fleet, Fleet Prison
A whistling shop : Tom & Jerry visiting Logic, on board the Fleet. A scene at the Fleet Prison, London, 1821 showing characters smoking, drinking and playing cards

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Quaker Uproar, London, 1827. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Quaker Uproar, London, 1827. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Sweet William and Grizzell, or Newington nunnery, in a pretty considerable uproar, 1827; scene about infidelity at a Friends meeting house in the Quaker boarding school at Stoke Newington, London

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Public Bathing at Bath, or Stewing Alive, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Public Bathing at Bath, or Stewing Alive, 1825. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Public Bathing at Bath, or Stewing Alive, 1825. Bathers taking the waters or stewing in the Roman baths at Bath in Somerset, wearing clothes and even hats to preserve their modesty

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820. Artist: J Chapman

The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820. Artist: J Chapman
The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Tom and Jerry, catching Kate and Sue on the fly, having their fortunes told, 19th century

Tom and Jerry, catching Kate and Sue on the fly, having their fortunes told, 19th century. Kate and Sue having their fortunes read in the cards (Cartomancy) by an old woman

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Splendid Jem amongst the convicts in the Naval Dock Yard at Chatham, Kent, 1821

Splendid Jem amongst the convicts in the Naval Dock Yard at Chatham, Kent, 1821. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Splendid Jem, once a dashing hero in the Metropolis, recognised by Tom amongst the convicts in the Naval Dock Yard at Chatham, 1821

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Jerry having his hand read by a gypsy, c1828. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Jerry having his hand read by a gypsy, c1828. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Jerry having his hand read by a gypsy, c1828. Jerry takes a break from a hunt to have his hand read told by a pretty gypsy while Logick leans on a fence

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: A visit to a fortune teller, early 19th century. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

A visit to a fortune teller, early 19th century. Artist: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
A visit to a fortune teller, early 19th century. Kate and Sue having their fortunes read in the cards (Cartomancy) by an old woman

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Tom, Jerry and Logic in the Press Yard, Newgate prison, London, 1821. Artist: George Cruikshank

Tom, Jerry and Logic in the Press Yard, Newgate prison, London, 1821. Artist: George Cruikshank
Tom, Jerry and Logic in the Press Yard, Newgate prison, London, 1821. They are watching shackles being removed from a prisoner

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Tom, Jerry and Logic at the Grand Carnival, 1821. Artist: George Cruikshank

Tom, Jerry and Logic at the Grand Carnival, 1821. Artist: George Cruikshank
Tom, Jerry and Logic at the Grand Carnival, 1821. Illustration for Life in London by Pierce Egan, 1821

Background imageIsaac Robert Collection: Tom and Jerry as observers in the Bow Street Magistrates Court, London, 1821

Tom and Jerry as observers in the Bow Street Magistrates Court, London, 1821. Artist: George Cruikshank
Tom and Jerry as observers in the Bow Street Magistrates Court, London, 1821. A shackled prisoner in the dock (left), an elegant Cyprian (prostitute) and a coachman giving evidence (centre)


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