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Pastime of Primrose Hill.
Pastime of Primrose Hill. Attic Miscellany.
Drawn by Cruikshanks. Etch.d by Barlow.
Published as the Act directs, by W.Locke Sept.r 1791.
Etching, sheet 210 x 240mm (8¼ x 9½"). Small margins. Trimmed to plate on one side, folding creases, as normal, stains on edges.
A scene on Primrose Hill, where a stout man drags a pram full of children up the hill with his wig suspended from a stick over his shoulder, while a lady dabs the sweat from his bald head. At the top of hill, a man looks at the view from a telescope, a seated woman fans herself and takes a card from a gentleman next to her, who gestures at the view. Two further figures lie in left foreground with a picnic basket. A view of London with St Paul's Cathedral is visible in the background. The print was published in the 'Attic Miscellany' in 1791.
Crace XXX.109.
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