Nappy in Tow Art Print

Nappy in Tow Art Print

Hand-coloured etching entitled 'Nappy in Tow' created by Isaac Cruikshank and published by J. Williamson, London, 24th August 1803. Shows Napoleon, wearing a huge bicorne hat, standing in the centre of the design cowering and terrified and held on a long rope halter by a stout, belligerent sailor, John Bull, who brandishes a cudgel and threatens to hang him from the yardarn of his schooner. Both stand before a country magistrate, who sits at a table pronouncing sentence upon the Emperor. A satire on British superiority at sea and the end of Napoleon's hopes of invading England.

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Availability
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Title
Nappy in Tow
Product Code
NMRN0002_PRINT
Decade
1800
Edition Type
Open Edition
Copyright
© Trustees of the NMRN

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• Media: 280gsm Fine Art Satin Paper

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