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James Gillray

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Document Performing Harmonics: Representations of Domestic Music-Making in Early Nineteenth-Century England by Alexandra Cross

Domestic music-making was commonly portrayed as the essential female accomplishment of genteel Regency society, especially for those with...

Long 19th century, Jane Austen, James Gillray view
Document Truths universally acknowledged: satire in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and James Gillray’s Harmony before Matrimony by Cecily Jenkinson

This article investigates Jane Austen’s status as a satirist by comparing and contrasting her best-known novel with a caricature...

satire, Jane Austen, James Gillray view
Document Robespierre and French Revolutionary Terror

Powerpoint presentation on Robespierre and Terror in the French Revolution (week 7 of the course)

French Revolution, Robespierre, Terror, Marat, David, Danton, James Gillray view
Document Emma, Lady Hamilton: Fêted or fated by Regency public opinion? The perception of class and women seen through two contrasting images by Heather M Adams

Abstract: Emma , Lady Hamilton (1765-1815), was one of the most famous and infamous of women when she arrived back in London from Naples with her...

18th century, Emma Hamilton, James Gillray, Cartoon view
Image collection The Coming of Terror

In this remarkable cartoon, published weeks before the collapse of constitutional monarchy in France, King George III is shown examining a...

1792, Terror, French Revolution, king george III, James Gillray view
Image collection An English view of French terror

Infamous and striking print by English artist, James Gillray. It portrays the September Massacres, 1792, which heralded the beginning of the...

French Revolution, Terror, James Gillray, September Massacres, 1792 view
Image collection satire on the King

This Gillray print is one of many which satirised the King in the 1790s, on this occasion rather mockingly referrring to his widely imagined...

eighteenth century history, king george III, James Gillray, caricature, Georgian Britain view
Link British Caricatures & the French Revolution

This link takes you to an excellent French website with a wide selection of English caricatures of the French Revolution including several by...

eighteenth century history, French Revolution, Terror, James Gillray, Paris Commune, 1792 view
Link Gillray Biog

Relatively short but useful pocket biography of James Gillray, one of Britain's greatest ever socio-political caricaturists, with some insightful...

British history, British Art, French Revolution, Georgian Britain, James Gillray, 18th century view
Link FROM SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON'S COLLECTION

This link takes you to an image of Gillray's caricature 'From Sir William Hamilton's Collection', along with links to other Hamilton-related...

vases, Sir William Hamilton, Nelson, Emma Hamilton, James Gillray, caricature view
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