- Museum number
Object: Hackney coachman.
Series: Characteristic sketches of the lower orders
Street-scene; a disappointed coachman standing outside a house at left, holding out his hand in which there is a single coin; at right, his customer, a stout, scowling man who is walking away, turns back with a finger raised in admonishment, a young woman in the doorway at right also turning back; carriage and houses behind. 1823
Hand-coloured etching with stipple
- Production date
Height: 135 millimetres (approx. page size)
Width: 85 millimetres (approx. page size)
- Curator's comments
- For comment see 1878,0511.659.
A similar scene, in reverse, to Rowlandson's 'Miseries of London, or a surly saucy Hackney coachman', of 4 June 1814; see 1948,0214.797.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Leigh's New Picture of London
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- Prints and Drawings
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