British Free Trade Scare

British Free Trade Scare

Artist: Thomas Nast (American ; 1840-1902)

Date: 1888
Dimensions:
Overall: 20 1/2 x 16 1/16 in. (52 x 40.8 cm)
Classification: DRAWING
Credit Line: Gift of Mabel Nast Crawford and Cyril Nast
Object number: 49.17.4
Inscribed: l.r. in ink: Th:Nast./ 1888.; u.l.: [embossed stamp]; verso c. in ink: A Substitute fro the Senate to get more votes!/ A big step in the direction toward pricing (?) up free trade queues,/ Showing unusual favoritism to the rich and throwing more stones/ to the poor, instead of the necessities of life./ The End of this Queue Farce.
Terms
  • male
  • trade
  • preliminary sketches
  • political cartoons
  • figures (representations)
  • Great Britain
  • male figure
  • political cartoon
  • Great Britain
  • preliminary sketch
  • trade
  • Benjamin Harrison
  • braid
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