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‘Monstrous Craws’, Gillray 1787

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    • Georgian royal satire

      Monstrous Craws

The royal family was far from revered for much of the Georgian period, as epitomised here in this satire on the (temporary) reconciliation of the King & Queen and the Prince of Wales, shown feasting on English taxes.

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Date created: 
Thursday, November 28, 2013
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‘Monstrous Craws’, Gillray 1787, © Kate Watson, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA.