Taking Water for VauxhallBe cautious my Love_don't expose your Leg.
Engraving with hand-colouring, sheet 200 x 150 (8 x 6"). Trimmed inside platemark; unidentified collector's stamp verso.
A woman, assisted by two men, gets into a small boat on the north side of the Thames to cross the river to the Vauxhall pleasure gardens. The topography is invented. One of many similar gently comical scenes published by Robert Sayer, based on the habits of city life.
[Ref: 40181] £160.00