Concert monstre, or Musical congress extraordinary (After Hogarth, 100 years), study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; based on Hogarth's 'The enraged musician', with John Bull at his window, with an open book inscribed "Free Trade F[an]tasia", but deafened by the uproar and quarrelling in the street, where republicans of France, Italy and Germany are creating a cacophony, one woman carrying a container on her head inscribed "LIBERTY EQALITY [sic] FRATER[TY]" Graphite with pen and brown ink on blue-grey paper; with an additional small sheet affixed to form a flap revealing an alternative image Verso: A scene from 'Macbeth'; unpublished sketch, with John Russell as Macbeth to left holding the daggers, Disraeli as Lady Macbeth. 1849 Graphite with pen and brown ink on blue-grey paper
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