A scene from 'The Critic', study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; Whiskerandos (O'Connell) attacking and attacked by two nieces (Orangeism and the Law) and by Hatton and Raleigh (Wellington and Roden), while the Beefeater with his halberd (Lord Elliot with his Arms Bill) interposes to part them. 1843 Pen and brown ink and graphite Verso: Study of costume; study for the figure of Lord Roden, with an additional sketch of a hat. 1843 Pen and brown ink (scored through in blue chalk)
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