Economy by Anonymous



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Model is 5ft4in or 1.62m
Model is 5'4" (1.62m)

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Economy, Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, Artist, London, Engraving 1816, Brougham, in the Guise of John Bull, Appears to the Regent, Holding Up a Broom which Points Towards a Small Scene Surrounded by Clouds. The Regent, Who Has Been Revelling Over a Large Bowl of Punch, Falls Back Terrified, Overturning His Chair. Brougham, Arm Extended Towards the Regent, Declaims: Retrench, Retrench, Reflect on the Distressed State of Your Country. The Regent Falls on to Mahon, a Tiny Figure on Hands and Knees, Gazing Up at Brougham; He Supports Himself with His Right Hand on the Knee of Lady Hertford. The Vision above Brougham's Head is of the Regent and Mahon, Both Ragged, Seated Facing Each Other at a Plain Wooden Table on which Are a Jar of Spring Water and a Lighted Candle End Stuck in a Bottle. The Regent Gnaws a Bare Bone; Mahon (in Miniature) Takes Up a Small Fish by the Tail.

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