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Maker(s):Rowlandson, Thomas
Culture:British (1756 - 1827)
Title:The Poacher
Date Made:n.d.
Type:Drawing
Materials:pen, brown ink and watercolor over pencil on cream paper
Place Made:United Kingdom; England
Measurements:sheet: 4 5/8 x 7 5/8 in.; 11.7475 x 19.3675 cm
Narrative Inscription:  unsigned, undated
Accession Number:  SC 1951.196
Credit Line:Purchased
1951_196.jpg

Description:
Scene with multiple people; men and women; a man is brought before two men one behind a table and the other next to his wife , while another man holds a dead rabbit; a woman and a child are kneeling before the seated man begging

Tags:
interiors; men; women; animals; poverty; wealth

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