- Museum number
- Object: Ale-house Politicians
Scene inside tavern; shepherd standing beside table in centre of room, two dogs at his feet, facing two seated men at left, one, dressed as a butcher and holding a pipe, the other righteading "The Sun" newspaper aloud, post-boy standing behind them; with servant boy entering with jug of ale at r; proof before letters. 1801
- Production date
Height: 481 millimetres
Width: 607 millimetres
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1998 Sep-Nov, Nottingham, Djanogly AG, 'Rustic Simplicity'
1998/9 Nov-Jan, Penzance, Penlee House Gallery, 'Rustic Simplicity'
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The 'Book of Donations 1756-1823' records on 19 July 1817 the gift of 'seventeen engravings of various [unlisted] subjects' from William Ward himself. These can be identified with prints in the run T,7.103 to 118 plus 121.
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- Registration number