18th Century Rowlandson Etching
Sorry, this item is sold out. Contact us for similar items!Print tear sheet
:: 18th century hand colored etching by famous artist Rowlandson titled Paviors Joy. Rowlandson was one of the great British satirists and this is a fantastic example of his comical work. Very amusing illustration. Comical text under the illustration reads 'When J_X walks the streets the Paviors cry. God bless you sir & lay their rammers by.' Signed in the plate. Condition: Paper browned and lightly soiled. Two rips, one goes into the engraving from the right about two inches long. Some brown spotting and overall signs of handling. Full size measures 13.25" x 10.5" and cropped, the dimensions would be the same.
Item ID: 01332
Unless we have been contacted prior to purchase with questions or concerns relating to return, buyer will be responsible for original shipping at cost + return shipping. Custom items, artwork or items made from paper or wood are not returnable. Rugs have a firm 3 day return policy which is specified by drop off tracking and tracking back to us. Sunday is the only exempt day for shipping policies. Kindly also see details and terms in our return section. Due to the nature of international shipments, all sales outside of the contiguous USA are all sales final and free shipping may be limited in insurance amount, delivery method and in some cases to the nearest metropolitan area. Kindly contact prior to purchase for any and all questions.