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Scene from 'Midas' in Guildhall
Scene from 'Midas' in Guildhall
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Scene from 'Midas' in Guildhall
"March of intellect, or an opera without music!, a scene from 'Midas'"; showing the Recorder, Newman Knowlys with asses' ears as Midas. James Innes, a mason of the Queen's Arms in Cheapside is on the right as Apollo. On the left is Richard Brook, Deputy of Cheap Ward as Pan,Thomas Tegg stands behind.
1829
London Metropolitan Archives
Satirical Print Collection
All, J.C.
Le Mare
Le Mare
lithograph
paper
34cms
satire/caricature
p5428122
exact