Ian Haywood on Robert Seymour’s ‘The Looking Glass’ at the Huntington Library

The Huntington possesses a trove of images from the golden age of British caricature—most notably by artists Thomas Rowlandson (1756–1827) and Isaac Cruikshank (1764–1811). It also owns some gems by Robert Seymour (1798–1836), an illustrator whose fame grew around the time of Rowlandson’s death. Today, Seymour is probably best known as the illustrator of the […]

via Robert Seymour, 19th-Century Political Cartoonist — VERSO | The Huntington’s Blog

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