Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Drunkard’s Children (1848): Sequel to “The Bottle”

The sequel to Cruikshank’s work, “The Bottle”, detailing a family’s demise from alchohol addiction, shows the fate of the brother and sister after their mother was murdered, and father committed to an insane asylum. Now, they are all on their … Continue reading

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George Cruikshank: The “Modern Hogarth” The Bottle (1847)

William Hogarth, the amazing artist I wrote about in a previous post, inspired other artists after his time as well! One such artist was George Cruikshank (1792-1878), another British artist that did many works of social satire, and like Hogarth, … Continue reading

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