Original engraving, a satire caricature by Charles Williams, Walker & Knight, 1811. Caricature on the rebuilding of Drury Lane theater, with laborers clearing away bricks and debris from foundations of the old theater. In the foreground, we see the chairman of the comittee pushing a wheelbarrow, making comments, responded by one of the proprietors. Another original is in the archives of the British Library Museum, see more information here).
Trimmed to plate marks, original hand coloring, matted and ready to be framed to a total size of 16.4 x 12.75 inches, print is 12.8 x 9.2 inches (visible window size), in very good condition.
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