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Fearful Quarrels, and Brutal Violence, Are the Natural Consequences of the Frequent Use of the Bottle, plate VI from The Bottle
George Cruikshank, 1792-1878, British
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Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, UCLA Hammer Museum
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UCLA, Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts
Richard Vogler Cruikshank Collection
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Plate six in a suite of eight prints by Cruikshank narrating the damaging effects of alcohol on a working-class family. Cruikshank directly attributed difficult social issues, such as violence and poverty, to alcohol consumption.
Published for the artist by David Bogue, London.
Catalogue Raisonne: Reid 5000; Douglas 242; Cohn 194
Inscription: Recto, in plate, "Designed and Etched by George Cruikshank" at c. of lower edge
Book Glyphograph with hand coloring
Interior; dwellings; families; violence; alcoholism

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