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Monday, 2 September 2019 at 04:18
Monday, 27 January 2020 at 02:41
A dog (right), shaved in the French manner, with the head of Charles X and with a battered kettle tied to its tail,flees before a crowd of men, women and children with tricolour flags and armed with pitchforks. He looks back in terror at his pursuers; his crown has fallen off;the kettle is inscribed 'Cowadice' [sic] Eternal-Infamy Everlasting Disgrace'. The chase is watched from a low cliff by Napoleon who stands by the decapitated Louis XVI, seated at the foot of a guillotine and holding his head from comes the word 'Remember'. 1830
Fine print by William Heath (1794 Northumberland-1840 Hampstead, London) Heath was described by Dr. John Brown as the 'poor Heath, the ex-captain of Dragoons, facile and profuse, unscrupulous and clever'.
Dimensions 370mm x 260mm ( 14.5” x 10”)