The City of London’s Collage website uses cookies. For details on how we use cookies please read our policy on cookies.
(this requires a cookie)
"How to get un-married..."
"How to get un-married..."
of 27
20394
"How to get un-married..."
"How to get un-married, ay, there's the rub!"; George IV and Queen Caroline are tied back to back; the Queen's hand is held by the figure of Justice; Brougham stands on left; the King is pulled by Castlereagh, Lady Conyngham, and Sidmouth. Refers to George IV's attempt to dissolve his marriage to Caroline after his accession to the throne.
1820
London Metropolitan Archives
Satirical Print Collection
Marks, J. L.
Marks, J. L.
Marks, J.L.
etching
paper
35cms
satire
p5427140