(WOODWARD, George Moutard) (after) – A jig round the statue of peace or all parties reconciled. (Weimar, Industrie-Comptoir, 1802)
Plate: 178 x 227mm; Sheet: 191 x 244mm; etching; old folds
Napoleon, Pitt, Fox and Nelson dancing around the Statue of Peace. John Bullis playing a pipe. This is a reduced German version of Woodward’s caricature published 1801 by William Holland in London.
cf. BM Satires 9728 (for the Holland issue)