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- Object: 'Albertina.' (1)
Reid 1388. Heinrich Mildenberg binding up the arm of Willencrantz in the presence of his servants.
A company in an interior surrounding a chair, in which a finely dressed gentleman, Willencrantz, is seated, his wounded arm bandaged by another gentleman, Heinrich Midenberg; a short plump gentleman in shirtsleeves and wearing a single boot entering from right, an expression of astonishment on his face; after Alfred Crowquill, illustration to Kosewitz's 'Eccentric Tales from the German' (1827)
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Height: 113 millimetres (ruled border)
Width: 91 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Title and description based on GW Reid, 'A descriptive catalogue of the works of George Cruikshank.' 1871.
Cruikshank produced 20 coloured etchings for Kosewitz's 'Eccentric Tales from the German', originally published in 4 parts.
The Department of Prints and Drawings holds an illustrated copy of Kosewitz's 'Eccentric Tales from the German' (1865,1111,1048-1084./ 184.f.19.) A number of duplicates of the illustrations (including the present print) were acquired with the book and there is overlap between registration numbers.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Eccentric Tales from the German
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