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An old woman standing under a tree, in the shape of a man with partly seen face, from which hangs a snipped noose over the head of a butcher; a rat, held by the hand of the tree, grawing the rope; the frightened butcher preparing to kill an ox he is sitting on; the ox preparing to lick up water from the ground, which starts to put out the fire at right, the smoke forming a figure, burning the woman's stick; a dog running after a pig, partly seen as it jumps over a stile at right; a black cat watching from the tree; illustration to 'The Old Dame and her Pig'; after Lohn Leighton.
- Production date
- 1847 (circa)
Height: 110 millimetres (border)
Width: 96 millimetres (border)
- Curator's comments
- See 1937,1023.12 for a different version.
See 1937,1023.19 to 1937,1023.31 and 1937,1023.2 to 1937,1023.18 for whole sets, including proofs and different versions.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: The Old Dame and her Pig
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