CRUIKSHANK CATALOGUE

OF DRAWINGS

At the Princeton University Library

June 1998

 

Cruikshank, George (1792 - 1878)

 

 

Ainsworth’s Magazine. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Apollonia Hurst’s Annoying Remark,’ signed. [n.d.] 11 x 13 cm. E 162. VISUALS 629.

All the World’s a Stage. Watercolor, pen and pencil drawing entitled ‘The First Appearance of William Shakespeare on the Stage of the Globe,’ signed, with inscription ‘The second sketch of the first appearance of Wm. Shakespeare on the stage of the globe,’ and with sketches in the margins. 1863. 28 x 43 cm. Cohn 879. E 2867. VISUALS 560.

All the World’s a Stage. India ink drawing entitled ‘All the World’s a Stage. The Globe Theatre... April, 1564. The Birth of Shakespeare…,’ with inscription ‘Designed by George Cruikshank, Jany. 1863, and this drawing made by him in 1864 & 5.’ 37 x 60 cm. Cohn 879. VISUALS 559.

All the World’s in Paris. Watercolor drawing for a song head published by J. Whittle and R. H. Laurie, signed ‘By Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1815. 21 x 17 cm. Cohn 880. E 2325. VISUALS 584.

Arthur O’Leary, by Charles Lever. Portrait drawing in pencil for the frontispiece, signed, with inscription ‘Yours faithfully, Arthur O’Leary,’ and with the printed portrait, also signed, with inscription ‘Yours as you deserved it, Arthur O’Leary.’ 1844. 12 x 16 cm. Cohn 483-484. VISUALS 580.

Arthur O’Leary, by Charles Lever. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘A New Way to Reckon Without One’s Host,’ with a proof impression, in a case entitled ‘Original Drawing.’ 1844. Cohn 483-484. C0199 oversize. AM 20656. MASC 82563.

Battle scenes. Two pen and ink sketches, matted together, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 4 x 4 cm. VISUALS 3189.

The Belle-Alliance, or The Female Reformers of Blackburn!!! Pen and pencil sketch, with the first impression of the print with that title, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawing of The Belle-Alliance.’ 1819. Cohn 921. C0199 oversize. AM 20635. MASC 6265.

Bentley’s Miscellany. Three watercolor drawings: ‘Jack Detected Sailing Under False Colors,’ ‘Jack Outwitting Davy Jones,’ and ‘The Battle of the Nile’ for the serial ‘Nights at Sea,’ by Mathew Barker, for the plates with those titles, with printed copies, in a case entitled ‘Three Original Drawings...’ 1837-38. Cohn 69. C0199 oversize. AM 20632. MASC 83492.

Bentley’s Miscellany. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Regular Habits,’ with proof of the etching, in a case entitled ‘Bentley’s Miscellaney, October 1843.’ Cohn 69. C0199 oversize. AM 20604. MASC 81230.

Bentley’s Miscellany. Steel plate for the plate ‘Sir Archibald’ in the story with that title by Dalton, with a copy of the magazine, in a case entitled ‘Bentley’s Miscellaney, Dec. 1, 1842.’ Cohn 69. C0199 oversize. AM 20605. MASC 81228.

The Birth of Aphrodite. Oil painting on canvas, with inscription: ‘Geo. Cruikshank/1792-1878.’ ca. 1860. 46 x 61 cm. IAN 83:13. VISUALS 6280.

The Bottle, by George Cruikshank. Preliminary pencil and ink drawing, unsigned, with inscription ‘Original sketch’ in pencil. Pencil sketches and studies on the verso. [ca. 1847]. 23 x 19 cm. Cohn 194. E 2879. VISUALS 7303.

The Bottle, by George Cruikshank. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Fearful Quarrels and Brutal Violence,’ with sketches of various characters on the margins, and with a study of a woman’s torso on the verso. [ca. 1847] 18 x 19 cm. Cohn 194. E 2880. VISUALS 7301.

The Bottle, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Fearful Quarrels and Brutal Violence.’ 1847. 22 x 32 cm. Cohn 194. VISUALS 542.

The Bottle, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘An Execution Sweeps off the Greater Part of their Furniture.’ 1847. 22 x 33 cm. Cohn 194. VISUALS 541.

The Bright Reform Bomb Thrown Out. Pencil sketch for the print with that title, signed in pencil ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1861. 29 x 39 cm. Cohn 954. E 2350. VISUALS 7288.

The British Beehive. Preliminary pencil sketch for the print with that title, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1840. 15 x 22 cm. Cohn 957. E 2366a. VISUALS 7285.

The British Journal. Watercolor drawing for the wrapper, signed. 1852. 22 x 31 cm. Cohn 91. VISUALS 579.

The Brownies and Other Tales, by Juliana Horatia Ewing. Seven pencil sketches on one sheet, signed. 1871. 25 x 16 cm. Cohn 277. VISUALS 14137.

Caricatures and figure studies. Pencil and ink sketches on a letter addressed to George Cruikshank, signed in ink, with pencil inscription in another hand ‘For My Sketch Book.’ [ca. 1827]. 23 x 38 cm. E 2865. VISUALS 7306.

Cassell’s Illustrated Family Paper. Pen-and-ink sketch for the plate ‘The Balance of Power [Europe],’ with caption ‘The Emperor of Russia Putting His Foot in It,’ signed, in a case. 1854. Cohn 117. C0199 oversize. AM 20615. MASC 81227.

Christ Entering Jerusalem. Oil painting on canvas, with inscription: ‘Geo. Cruikshank/1792-1878.’ 1856. 51 x 91 cm. IAN 83:12. VISUALS 6281.

A Christmas medley. Ink drawing on a letter, with inscription ‘It is Christmas: how rapidly has time flown since summer.’ [n.d.] 11 x 13 cm. VISUALS 631.

‘Cinderella.’ Preliminary pencil sketch for the painting with that title, unsigned. 1854. 38 x 31 cm. Cohn 198. VISUALS 563.

Collection of drawings. Pencil sketches and notes, bound in a volume entitled ‘Sketch Book [1],’ with inscription on the first page ‘23 Amwell St. Pentonville, Memorandums, Geo. Cruikshank, Sept. 11, 1841...to July 18th 1864.’ C0199 oversize. AM 20611. MASC 83484.

Collection of drawings. Pencil sketches and notes, bound in a volume entitled ‘Sketch Book [2],’ signed on the front cover and dated June 2nd 1856. C0199 oversize. AM 20610. MASC 83485.

Collection of drawings. Pencil sketches and watercolor, bound in a volume entitled ‘Sketch Book [3],’ signed on paste downs, with address ‘48 Mornington Place, London.’ [ca. 1858] C0199 oversize. AM 20612. MASC 83486.

Collection of drawings. 23 pen and pencil drawings and sketches, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Sketches by George Cruikshank.’ [ca.1826-49]. C0199 oversize. AM 20629. MASC 83481.

Collection of drawings. Approximately 200 pen-and-pencil drawings and sketches, on letter drafts, notes, used envelopes, fragments of letters, or other papers, in a case entitled ‘Original Drawings [1].’ [ca.1829-70]. C0199 oversize. AM 20630. MASC 82566.

Collection of drawings. Approximately 200 pen-and-pencil drawings and sketches, with manuscript notes, on letter drafts, letter covers, or other papers, some signed, in a case entitled ‘Original Drawings [2].’ [ca.1820-59]. C0199 oversize. AM 20646. MASC 82569.

Collection of drawings. 25 pen and ink drawings and sketches on various letters, letter covers, and other papers, with many manuscript notes, some signed, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawings, Sketches and Autograph Plans.’ 1843-66. C0199 oversize. AM 20613. MASC 48674.

Collection of drawings. 70 miscellaneous sketches and drawings, in a scrapbook entitled ‘Album.’ 1855-73. C0199 oversize. AM 14521. MASC 81225.

The Comfortables. Pencil sketches on the verso of a letter, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Sketches and Letter Concerning The Comfortables.’ 1830. C0199 oversize. AM 20595. MASC 83480.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Christmas Eve.’ 1838. 11 x 15 cm. Cohn 184. E9114. VISUALS 14176.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Eight pencil and watercolor drawings for the plates ‘New Year’s Eve,’ ‘Frost Fair,’ ‘St. Patrick’s Day,’ ‘Low Sunday,’ ‘All a’growing!,’ ‘The Queen’s Own,’ ‘Flying Showers,’ and ‘Sic Omnes.’ 1838. 33 x 22 cm. Cohn 184. RTC01. MASC 48223.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pen and watercolor drawing and nine pencil sketches on one sheet, with eight other pencil, pen, ink and watercolor drawings, including ‘Beauties of Washington Irving’ and ‘The Greatest Hapiness Principle,’ bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Pen, Pencil and Watercolor Sketches...’ 1836-41. Cohn 184. C0199 oversize. AM 20652. MASC 6269.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Theatrical Fun Dinner,’ signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1841. 11 x 18 cm. Cohn 184. E 2285. VISUALS 7278.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Wash and pencil drawing for the plate ‘A Drive in Drury Lane,’ signed. 1841. 18 x 22 cm. Cohn 184. E 167. VISUALS 531.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Long Days and Long Ears,’ with proof, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Water Colour Drawing for The Comic Almanack.’ 1841. Cohn 184. C0199 oversize. AM 20608. MASC 83482.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘New St. Giles’s -- Morals for the Million,’ signed, with notes in pen and pencil. 1843. 26 x 22 cm. Cohn 184. VISUALS 14177.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘A New Art-if-ice -- Doubly Hazardous,’ signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’, with pencil inscription. 1844. 18 x 21 cm. Cohn 184. AM 21143. VISUALS 7248.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Pisces -- Too Deep!,’ signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1846. 11 x 18 cm. Cohn 184. E 2283. VISUALS 7277.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Where Can the Police Be ?!!!’ signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1847. 11 x 18 cm. Cohn 184. E 2282. VISUALS 7276.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Sick Goose & the Council of Health’, signed, with inscription ‘Original sketch for Comic Alk. Oct. 1847. The sick goose & the council of health. Geo. Cruikshank,’ and with a pencil sketch in the margin. 1847. Cohn 184. 19 x 11 cm. VISUALS 642.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Preparatory School for Fast Men,’ signed, with marginal sketches and with the finished print. 1849. 11x 17 cm. Cohn 184. VISUALS 537.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pen, ink and wash drawing for the plate ‘Anticipation of the Golden Age!’ 1852. 15 x 21 cm. Cohn 184. E 2281. VISUALS 14181.

The Comic Almanack, by George Cruikshank. Pen and ink drawing for the plate ‘The Peace Society -- or a New "Field of Action" for the Military -- in "The Good Time Coming",’ signed. 1852. 12 x 19 cm. Cohn 184. E 2281. VISUALS 14179.

The Comic Annual. Ink and pencil drawings for wood engravings for the title page. 1830. 18 x 11 cm. Cohn 407. VISUALS 9167.

‘The Contemplative Bandit.’ Watercolor drawing, signed in ink. 1830. 12 x 17 cm. E 2872. VISUALS 7304.

Conversation between the Monument and St. Paul’s, by Thomas Hudson. Wash and pencil drawing for the title vignette. 1817. 25 x 15 cm. Cohn 417. VISUALS 615.

County of Kent and view of Chatham. Two pen and ink drawings. 1813-14. 5 x 9 cm, 7 x 10 cm. E 2327. VISUALS 621.

Dancing Dolls. Pencil sketch for the print with that title, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank,’ with a trial sketch on the verso and a head in the margin. 1823. 22 x 18 cm. Cohn 1037. E 2883. VISUALS 7291.

A Discovery Concerning Ghosts, by George Cruikshank. Nine pencil drawings for woodcut illustrations, signed ‘G. CK.’ and ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1863. Cohn 209-210. VISUALS 653.

A Discovery Concerning Ghosts, by George Cruikshank. Pen and ink sketch on the back of a letter to G. Cruikshank, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1863. 13 x 18 cm. Cohn 209-210. E 2337. VISUALS 593.

A Discovery Concerning Ghosts, by George Cruikshank. Two pencil sketches, signed, with other sketches in the margins. 1863-4. 13 x 20 cm, 9 x 14 cm. E 181. Cohn 209-210. VISUALS 540.

The Diverting History of John Gilpin, by William Cowper. Preliminary sketches, with inscription in ink ‘John Gilpin. George Cruikshank.’ 1828. 22 x 18 cm. Cohn 169. VISUALS 617.

Elephantine performances. Pencil drawing, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 29 x 23 cm. VISUALS 7258.

‘Evening,’ ‘Noon.’ Two watercolor drawings, signed, reproduced in Forty Years in My Bookshop, by Walter T. Spencer. [n.d.] 12 x 19 cm, 11 x 19 cm. E 176. VISUALS 649.

Exhibition Extraordinary in the Horticultural Room. Pencil sketch for the print with that title. 1826. 53 x 34 cm. Cohn 1099. E 2867. VISUALS 98.

‘Extraordinary Storm of Lightning.’ Pencil and watercolor drawing, signed. 1835. 19 x 19 cm. E 175. VISUALS 538.

‘Fairburn’s Dreamers, Golden, Magnet.’ Watercolor drawing, with five miniature drawings entitled ‘Declaration and Marriage Promise,’ ‘The Nuptial Morn,’ ‘Preparing for the Ceremony,’ ‘The Promise Fulfilled and the Happy Day Arrived,’ ‘The Christening,’ ‘The Dream of Love.’ 1825. 22 x 17 cm. E 2254. VISUALS 550.

Fairy Library: Cinderella and the Glass Slipper, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing ‘Cinderella’ for a plate, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1854. 18 x 11cm. Cohn 198. VISUALS 577.

‘Fairy Ring.’ Pencil drawing, signed in ink, with title in ink, possibly a preliminary sketch in pencil for an oil painting. [ca. 1855]. 25 x 19 cm. E 2881. VISUALS 7300.

Falling of the New Brunswick Theatre. Ink and wash drawing for the print with that title. 1828. 23 x 34 cm. Cohn 1102. E 166. VISUALS 530.

Female nude. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 60 cm. VISUALS 7473 - 7474.

Female nude with left arm upraised. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude with arms upraised on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 59 cm. VISUALS 7471-7472.

Female nude before a red curtain. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude with a tool in one hand on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 61 cm. VISUALS 7469-7470.

Female nude. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude holding an ax on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 61 cm. VISUALS 7468.

Female nude looking at her hand. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude in a meditative pose on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 59 cm. VISUALS 7466-7467.

Female nude in an armchair. Oil painting, signed ‘G. Cruikshank,’ with a painting of a male nude on the verso. [n.d.] 48 x 61 cm. VISUALS 7465.

Figure studies. Pencil sketches on the back of a letter, including ‘Pot Valiant’ and ‘Pot Boy,’ signed. [n.d.] 19 x 23 cm. E 161. VISUALS 628.

Figure studies. Pencil sketches on the back of a letter. [n.d.] 12 x 19 cm. E 160. VISUALS 627.

Figure studies. Ten pencil, pen and ink, and watercolor drawings and sketches on portions of letters addressed to George Cruikshank’s father, signed and unsigned. [ca. 1798-1801]. 46 x 55 cm. E 2250. VISUALS 607.

The Four Mr. Prices. High Price -- Low Price -- Full Price -- and Half Price. Watercolor drawing for the print with that title, signed in ink ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1825. 8 x 11 cm. Cohn 1122. VISUALS 551.

Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Reconciliation,’ with sketches on the verso. 1850. 23 x 19 cm. Cohn 754. VISUALS 14160.

Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Retribution,’ with pencil sketches on the verso. 1850. 23 x 18 cm. Cohn 754. AM 21626. VISUALS 14159.

Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Fairlegh to the Rescue.’ 1850. 21 x 18 cm. Cohn 754. VISUALS 14158.

Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Mammon Worship,’ signed. 1850. 12 x 16 cm. Cohn 754. E 163. VISUALS 529.

Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. Pencil and sepia wash drawing for the plate ‘The Mysterious Bonnet,’ with a pencil sketch for the print The Queen and the Union! on the verso. 1843-1850. 23 x 19 cm. Cohn 754. Cohn 1882. VISUALS 14162.

‘A frigate.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank,’ with a watercolor drawing of maritime scene, and with inscription by F. W. Pailthorpe ‘Very early drawing by G. Ck.’ 1805-65. 11 x 7 cm. 18 x 5 cm. E 2252. VISUALS 609.

‘Gallery at Drury Lane Theatre.’ Pen and ink drawing, with pencil inscription ‘Gallery Drury Lane Theatre G.C.’ on the verso. [n.d.] 46 x 35 cm. VISUALS 7481.

George Cruikshank’s Omnibus, by George Cruikshank. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Frank Heartwell Discovering the Treasure,’ signed ‘Geo Cruikshank.’ 1842. 11 x 13 cm. Cohn 190. VISUALS 7479.

George Cruikshank’s Omnibus, by George Cruikshank. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the tailpiece, signed in ink. 1842. 11 x 18 cm. Cohn 190. VISUALS 528.

George Cruikshank’s Omnibus, by George Cruikshank. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Oh! My Good Gracious! Here Is a Great Black Beadle!,’ with inscription in ink ‘Original sketch for "the Omnibus," Geo. Cruikshank,’ and with marginal sketches and notations. 1842. 18 x 23 cm. Cohn 190. VISUALS 564.

German Popular Stories, by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Cherry, or the Frog’s Bride,’ with inscription in ink ‘An original sketch for Grimm’s tales. George Cruikshank.’ 1826. 19 x 12 cm. Cohn 369. VISUALS 574.

German Popular Stories, by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Young Giant and the Tailor’, signed in ink, with inscription ‘Original sketch for Grimm’s tales, Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1826. 18 x 11 cm. Cohn 369. VISUALS 573.

German Popular Stories, by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Young Giant and the Tailor,’ with inscription ‘Original sketch for Grimm’s tales, Geo. Cruikshank,’ and with two other sketches in the margins. 1826. 18 x 11 cm. Cohn 369. VISUALS 572.

Guy Fawkes, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Guy Fawkes Protecting Humphrey Chetham from Catesby,’ with a small pen and ink sketch in the margin. 1841. 12 x 16 cm. Cohn 16. VISUALS 623.

Guy Fawkes, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Guy Fawkes in Ordsall Cave,’ signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank. Original sketch.’ 1841. 12 x 17 cm. Cohn 16. VISUALS 588.

Guy Fawkes, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Guy Fawkes and the Other Conspirators Alarmed while Digging the Mine,’ with inscription ‘Original sketch, George Cruikshank.’ 1841. 12 x 16 cm. Cohn 16. VISUALS 587.

Guy Fawkes, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Guy Fawkes Laying the Train,’ signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1841. 13 x 18 cm. Cohn 16. VISUALS 586.

‘Hamlet and the Ghost.’ Sepia drawing, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank, 1833,’ possibly for a songhead. 1833. 19 x 18 cm. Cohn 1176. E 2312. VISUALS 576.

Hands. Pencil and watercolor sketches, signed, with a small self-portrait. [n.d.] 19 x 24 cm. E 174. VISUALS 632.

Hans of Iceland, by Victor Hugo. Drawing for the frontispiece, a preliminary drawing for a plate, and four India proof etchings, bound in a case with that title. 1825. Cohn 382. C0199 oversize. AM 20617. MASC 82436.

Her Majesty’s Theatre. Watercolor drawing for the print with that title, unsigned, with two pencil studies in the margin, matted with a proof impression of the etching in the first state. 1848. 18 x 13 cm. Cohn 1195. VISUALS 624.

History of Egyptian Mummies, by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew. Two sepia drawings with proof impressions, in a box case entitled ‘Two Original Drawings for History of Egyptian Mummies.’ 1834. Cohn 644. C0199 oversize. AM 20653. MASC 6266.

The Illustrated Magazine of Art. Proof for the cover, with a letter from the editor, including annotations and pen sketches on the verso, in a box case entitled ‘Sketches by George Cruikshank.’ 1853. Cohn 427. C0199 oversize. AM 20598. MASC 83487.

The Ingoldsby Legends, by Richard H. Barham. Pencil and pen-and-ink sketches for the frontispiece and other plates, inlaid on five sheets, with a proof impression of the frontispiece. 1870. Cohn 50-52. C0199 oversize. E 2272. MASC 83488.

The Ingoldsby Legends, by Richard H. Barham. Pen and ink drawing for the frontispiece, with marginal pencil sketches, autograph notes, and an autograph letter to Crawford Pocock dated 14 Jan. 1870, concerning his work on the etching of this plate. 1870. 14 x 22 cm. Cohn 50-52. VISUALS 652.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and watercolor portrait of Jack Sheppard, with the etching ‘The Murder on the Thames’ on the verso, signed. 1839-40. 12 x 17 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 159. VISUALS 626.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for an unpublished illustration entitled ‘The Cage at Willesdon,’ signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’ with two pencil sketches on the verso. 1839-40. 18 x 13 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 567.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil sketch portrait of Jack Sheppard, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1839-40. 15 x 21 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 2261. VISUALS 554.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Storm.’ 1839-40. 23 x 16 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 9117. VISUALS 14191.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Storm,’ signed, with inscription ‘Jack Sheppard.’ 1839-40. 27 x 21 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 9117. VISUALS 14190.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Jack Sheppard’s Escape from the Cage at Willesden.’ 1839-40. 22 x 16 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14189.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Audacity of Jack Sheppard,’ signed in ink. 1839-40. 22 x 19 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14187.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Jonathan Wild Discovers Darrell in the Loft,’ signed in pencil. 1839-40. 23 x 17 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14200.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Jack Sheppard Escaping from the Condemned Hold in Newgate.’ 1839-40. 22 x 19 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14199.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Mr. Wood Offers to Adopt Little Jack Sheppard,’ signed in ink, with two studies of Mr. Wood and pencil notes in the margin. 1839-40. 18 x 21 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14198.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pen and ink drawing for the plate ‘ Jack Sheppard's Irons Knocked Off,’ signed in ink, with pencil sketches in the margin. 1839-40. 26 x 22 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 9120. VISUALS 14197.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Murder on the Thames.’ 1839-40. 24 x 17 cm. Cohn 12-13. E 9121. VISUALS 14196.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Steel engravings for the plates ‘Jack Sheppard in Company with Edgeworth Bess Escaping from Clerkenwell Prison,’ and ‘Mrs. Sheppard Expostulating with Her Son.’ 1839-40. 24 x 16 cm. Cohn 12-13. VISUALS 14089.

Jack Sheppard, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Jack Sheppard in Company with Edgeworth Bess Escaping from Clerkenwell Prison.’ 1839-40. 22 x 12 cm. Cohn 12-13.

The Leader of the Parisian Blood Red Republic. Pencil study for the central figure of the print with that title, with inscription: ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, Vive la Republique’ on the verso of a letter. 1871. 11 x 17 cm. Cohn 1312. E 2266. VISUALS 7280.

The Leader of the Parisian Blood Red Republic. Pencil study for the central figure of the print with that title, with inscription ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.’ 1871. 11 x 15 cm. Cohn 1312. E 2267. VISUALS 7279.

The Leader of the Parisian Blood Red Republic. Pencil sketch for the print with that title, with caption ‘Ignorance, humbug and blasphemy, - & they eat one another, - or Devil, half man & half beast.’ 1871. 12 x 18 cm. Cohn 1312. VISUALS 7478.

Liberty Suspended! Watercolor sketch, possibly a rejected design for a cartoon with that title, unsigned. 1817. 26 x 38 cm. Cohn 1318. VISUALS 7293.

Life in Paris, by David Carey. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Dick Wildfire & Jenkins in a Theatrical Pandemonium…,’ signed, with a pencil sketch on the verso, with inscription ‘Sketch by my friend, J. Parry who had been in Paris. A Theatre in Paris.’ 1822. 22 x 17 cm. Cohn 109. VISUALS 625.

Life in Paris, by David Carey. Pen and ink drawing for the plate ‘Dick and his Valet Shewing Fight in a Caveau or Low Life in Paris,’ signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1822. 15 x 23 cm. Cohn 109. VISUALS 606.

Life in Paris, by David Carey. Two pencil, pen and ink drawings, one signed, with inscription in pencil ‘Dick taking lessons in dance to astonish his London friends.’ 1822. 16 x 16 cm. 9 x 11 cm. Cohn 109. VISUALS 14175.

The Life of Sir John Falstaff, by R. B. Brough. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Sir John Falstaff Disguised as "Mother Prat"’ 1857-58. 18 x 11 cm. Cohn 96. VISUALS 619.

The Life of Sir John Falstaff, by R. B. Brough. Watercolor drawing ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’ for the plate ‘Sir John Falstaff and the Fairies, at Herne’s Oak,’ signed in pencil ‘Geo Cruik.’ 1857-58. 37 x 31 cm. Cohn 96. E 2830. VISUALS 7313.

The Life of Sir John Falstaff, by R. B. Brough. Two pen and ink sketches, possibly for the plate ‘Sir John Falstaff and the Fairies, at Herne’s Oak.’ 1857-58. 20 x 13 cm. 20 x 12 cm. Cohn 96. E 2348. VISUALS 603.

The Life of Sir John Falstaff, by R. B. Brough. Pencil drawing on proof for the frontispiece, signed. 1857-58. 22 x 30 cm. Cohn 96. VISUALS 602.

The Life of Sir John Falstaff, by R. B. Brough. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Prince and Poins Driving Falstaff, Gadshill, Peto & Bardolph from Their Plunder at Gadshill,’ signed in pencil ‘G. CK.’ 1857-58. 17 x 11 cm. Cohn 96. VISUALS 582.

Lob Lie-By-the-Fire, or the Luck of Lingborough and Other Tales, by Juliana Horatia Ewing. Three pencil, ink and wash drawings for plates, with two other pencil drawings. 1874. 17 x 11 cm. 12 x 7 cm. Cohn 276. E 9122. E 9123. VISUALS 14136.

The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman, by William M. Thackeray. Pencil sketch for the plate ‘The Turk’s Daughter Expresses a Wish as Lord Bateman Was Hers,’ signed in ink, with two proofs of the etchings, in a case entitled ‘Original Drawing.’ 1839. Cohn 243. C0199 oversize. AM 20603. MASC 82565.

‘Macbeth and the Witches.’ Pen, ink and wash drawing, signed, possibly for a songhead. 1837. E 2322. VISUALS 583.

Man in judicial robes. Pen and ink sketch. [ca. 1840]. 6 x 9 cm. VISUALS 589.

Man with a rake. Pencil sketch, with inscription in ink ‘By me when a boy - George Cruikshank, May 23rd, 1874.’ 17 x 16 cm. E 2887. VISUALS 7294.

Man with umbrella. Pen and ink drawing, signed ‘George Cruikshank,’ reproduced in Forty Years in My Bookshop, by Walter T. Spencer. [n.d.] 17 x 22 cm. E 177. VISUALS 633.

Men in a boat. Three pencil sketches, unsigned, with artist’s notes. [n.d.] 15 x 21 cm. AM 13427, AM 12965, AM 17142. VISUALS 7459.

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank’. 1845. 26 x 18 cm. E 2305. VISUALS 571.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Oil painting, signed ‘G. CK.’ 1845. 29 x 35 cm. VISUALS 598.

A Mother’s Love. Oil painting for illustration to a tale by Professor Wilson. [n.d.] VISUALS 8574.

Mr. Lobski; or The River Sprat-Catcher. Watercolor drawing for a song head published by Laurie & Whittle, unsigned, but inscribed in an unknown hand ‘Cruickshank [sic] del. ad vivamo.’ 1808. 22 x 16 cm. Cohn 1768. E 2428. AM 20349. VISUALS 7286.

Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Two pencil drawings for an allegorical portrait of the author, published as a ‘Memorial Broadside’ by John Cassell, with proof of wood engraving, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawings of Harriet Beecher Stowe.’ [ca. 1853]. Cohn 2007. C0199 oversize. AM 20651. MASC 6268.

‘My Brother as Colonel of a Reg. of Boys.’ Pencil sketches on one sheet, including a self-portrait entitled ‘George Cruikshank when 10 years of age.’ 1802. 15 x 20 cm. E 2251. VISUALS 608.

‘Nanking.’ Pencil and watercolor sketch, unsigned, with title in pencil. [ca. 1842]. 27 x 17 cm. E 2857. VISUALS 7311.

Nanking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with title ‘First Opium War Peace Treaty 1842’ in pencil. [ca. 1842]. 27 x 16 cm. E 2856. VISUALS 7312.

Nanking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with title ‘Destroy of Chinese Forts,’ in pencil. [ca. 1842]. 29 x 18 cm. E 2858. VISUALS 7310.

Nanking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with title ‘Amoy,’ in pencil. [ca. 1842] 30 x 17 cm. E 2859. VISUALS 7309.

Nanking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with title ‘Woosung,’ in pencil. [ca. 1842] 26 x 19 cm. E 2860. VISUALS 7308.

Nanking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with title ‘Capture of Chusan’ in pencil. [ca. 1842] 25 x 19 cm. E 2863. VISUALS 7307.

‘National Temperance League Bazaar.’ Copper plate, for which no impression on paper exists, in a case with that title. 1857. C0199 oversize. AM 20616. MASC 82557.

‘Officers’ Tent at the [Crimean].’ Watercolor drawing. 1855. 16 x 18 cm. E 2271. VISUALS 613.

Old Thirty-Nine Shaking Hands with His Good Brother the Pope of Italy. Pencil, pen and wash drawing for the print with that title. 1819. 36 x 22 cm. Cohn 1808. E 9127. VISUALS 7282.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawings for the plates ‘Sikes Attempting to Destroy His Dog,’ ‘Rose Maylie and Oliver at the Tomb,’ and the suppressed ‘Fireside’ plate. 1838-46. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7246.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘Mr. Bumble Degraded in the Eyes of the Paupers,’ with pencil sketches on the verso. 1838-46. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7245.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘Mr. Bumble Degraded in the Eyes of the Paupers.’ 1838-46. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7244.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘Mr. Bumble Degraded in the Eyes of the Paupers,’ with two small sketches in the margins. 1838-46. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7241.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘Oliver Waited On by the Bow Street Runners,’ with small sketches in the margin. 1838-46. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7243.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Meeting,’ unsigned, with a sketch of a dancer on the verso. 1838-46. 12 x 19 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7242.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for the plate ‘Oliver Claimed by His Affectionate Friends.’ 1838-46. 13 x 20 cm. Cohn 239-240. AM 20123. VISUALS 7240.

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. Preliminary pencil drawing for an unpublished illustration, with inscription in ink ‘A first sketch. George Cruikshank, Oliver Twist.’ 1838. 22 x 17 cm. Cohn 239. VISUALS 647.

Opening of the Great Industrial Exhibition of All Nations. Preliminary pencil drawing for the print with that title, with other pen-and-ink and watercolor sketches, and with some manuscript letters. 1851. Cohn 1814. C0140. AM 81-197. MASC 6261.

‘Original Grand Order of the Total Abstinence Sons of Phoenix.’ Pencil drawing. 1870. 23 x 33 cm. E 2343. VISUALS 599.

Original Jests: the Shilling Comic Annual, by John Harcourt. Preliminary pen and pencil drawing for the frontispiece, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank del.,’ and matted with three other figure studies. 1827. 8 x 11 cm. Cohn 383. AM 21107. VISUALS 3874.

‘Othello and Desdemona.’ Sepia drawing, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1833. 19 x 16 cm. E 2341. VISUALS 597.

Pageant of fashion. Watercolor drawing, possibly for the print Monstrosities of 1825 & 6, with inscription ‘G. C. 1825.’ 19 x 15 cm. [Cohn 1755]. VISUALS 578.

The Pentamerone or the Story of Stories, by Giambattista Basile, translated by John Edward Taylor. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Pentamerone, or The Story of Stories, Fun for the Little Ones.’ 1848. 30 x 22 cm. Cohn 60. VISUALS 14172.

Peter Schlemihl, by Adelbert von Chamisso. Pen and ink drawing for the plate ‘Schlemihl Selling His Shadow to the Man in the Gray Coat,’ with pencil sketches in the margin. 1823-24. 19 x 12 cm. Cohn 475. E 2890. Cruik 1931A, Dep. 5491. VISUALS 14139.

‘The Pied Piper of Hamlin.’ Pencil drawing, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’ for the unpublished ‘Fairy Stories,’ by John Ruskin. 1866. 18 x 11 cm. Cohn 1844. VISUALS 575.

Poems by the Knight of Morar, by William Fraser. Watercolor drawing for the frontispiece, with etching, and two preliminary sundial pencil and wash drawings, with etchings. 1870. 15 x 22 cm. Cohn 325. Visual 568.

Portraits of Napoleon Bonaparte, the Prince Regent and other characters. Pencil sketches, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1813. 29 x 27 cm. E 2259. VISUALS 611.

Portraits of Sir Walter Scott, and a self portrait. Four pencil sketches on one sheet, with inscriptions ‘Self’ and ‘Sir Walter Scott,’ signed in pencil ‘G. C.’ and in ink ‘Geo. Cruikshank, Septr. 17th, 1833,’ and with sketches in the margin. 1833. 18 x 15 cm. E 2260. VISUALS 553.

Portrait of William Hone. Pencil drawing, signed in ink, with pencil sketches on the verso, and with caption ‘Low life!,’ in a box case entitled ‘William Hone, Low Life, Original Drawings.’ [ca. 1815]. C0199 oversize. AM 20594. MASC 83496.

Punch and Judy, by John Payne Collier. Pencil and ink preliminary sketches, including some studies for Points of Humour. 1828. 12 x 18 cm. Cohn 150. AM 13947. VISUALS 7455.

Punch and Judy, by John Payne Collier. 25 pencil and watercolor drawings, with their India proof etchings, bound in a volume entitled ‘Illustrations to Punch and Judy.’ 1828. Cohn 150. C0199 oversize. AM 20619. MASC 81246.

The Queen and the Union. Pencil sketch for the print with that title, with a pencil and sepia wash drawing on the verso for the plate ‘The Mysterious Bonnet’ in Frank Fairlegh, by Frank Smedley. 1843-1850. 23 x 19 cm. Cohn 1882. Cohn 754. VISUALS 14162.

The Queen and the Union. Pencil and watercolor sketch for the print with that title, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1843-50. 18 x 22 cm. Cohn 1882. E 2731. VISUALS 7287.

‘Religion & Total Abstinence Guarding Youth from Sin & Evil.’ Pencil sketch, with other sketches of fishing scenes and figure studies, signed, in a case entitled ‘Original Pencil Sketches.’ 1840. AM 20654. MASC 76450. VISUALS 612.

Roscoe’s Novelist Library: The Adventures of Roderick Random, by Tobias Smolett. Oil painting entitled Combat between Roderick and Captain Weazel. 1831. Cohn 703. VISUALS 8573.

Roscoe’s Novelist Library: The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker, by Tobias Smollett. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Lismahago’s Retaliation,’ signed, with a proof impression, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawing.’ 1831. Cohn 702. C0199 oversize. AM 20614. MASC 17184.

Roscoe’s Novelist Library: History of Amelia, by Henry Fielding. Preliminary pencil and ink drawings for the plate ‘Scene at Vauxhall,’ with two early photographs of Cruikshank. 1832. 8 x 12 cm. Cohn 707. VISUALS 618.

‘Royal Cuckoo Clock.’ Pencil drawing, with inscription ‘Reward for the discovery of the Royal Society--south of the pendulum of England,’ and with a pencil sketch on the verso. 1821. 15 x 22 cm. Cruik 530. VISUALS 14157.

The Runaway Knock. Oil painting. 1855. 58 x 48 cm. Cohn 425. VISUALS 645.

The Runaway Knock. Pencil sketch for the oil painting with that title, signed in ink, with two reproductions of the painting from the Illustrated London News,1855, and the Illustrated London Almanack, 1857. 58 x 48 cm. Cohn 425. E 2269. VM 1995-1. VISUALS 8513.

A Scene from Rob Roy. Oil painting on canvas, with inscription ‘Geo. Cruikshank/1792-1878,’ and ‘A Scene from Rob Roy/George Cruikshank No. 2’ [ca. 1850]. 39 x 53 cm. IAN 83:15. VISUALS 6072.

‘Scenes from the Life of Grimaldi.’ Watercolor drawing, signed in pencil ‘G. C.’ 1838. 23 x 25 cm. VISUALS 622.

Scraps and Sketches, by George Cruikshank. Pen, ink and pencil drawing for the plate ‘A Pleasure Boat,’ signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank,’ with pencil studies in the margins and on the verso, signed, ‘G. CK.’ 1828-32. 23 x 19 cm. Cohn 180. E 2297. VISUALS 566.

Self portrait. Pencil drawing, signed ‘G C K,’ with caption ‘Cruikshank lifting up his hat.’ 1830. 9 x 16 cm. E 2882. VISUALS 7299.

Self portrait. Ink sketch on a letter, with inscription ‘2 heads better than one.’ [n.d.] 10 x 12 cm. VISUALS 651.

Self portrait. Pen and ink sketch, with inscription ‘2 heads not always better than one.’ [n.d.] 33 x 25 cm. VISUALS 643.

Self portrait. Pen and ink drawing, with several inscriptions in pencil and ink, including ‘2 heads better than one, then three heads must be better than two. The 4 heads are better than three. In this case, three heads better than none.’ 1839. 11 x 13 cm. VISUALS 610.

Self portrait. Ink and pencil drawing, with a sketch of a woman’s head, on the verso of an exhibition receipt from the Royal Academy of Arts. 1858. C0199 oversize. AM 20599. MASC 83483.

Self portrait. Watercolor drawing. 1865. 20 x 27 cm. VISUALS 594.

Self portrait. Pencil drawing, with caption ‘A collection of designs and etchings on copper & steel by George Cruikshank, also woodcut or engravings drawn on wood by the same, in the possession of Colonel, the Honble. Percy Fielding, Coldstream Guards.’ 1865. 33 x 45 cm. VISUALS 562.

Sketches by Boz, by Charles Dickens. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Bloomsbury Christening.’ 1836-50. 12 x 17 cm. Cohn 232-235. VISUALS 3869.

Sketches by Boz, by Charles Dickens. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Thoughts About People.’ 1836-50. Cohn 232-235. RTC01. MASC 48222.

Sketches by Boz, by Charles Dickens. Watercolor and pencil studies, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1836-50. 11 x 18 cm. Cohn 232-235. AM 20353. VISUALS 7247.

Soldier dancing. Watercolor drawing and pencil sketches, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1825. 14 x 22 cm. E 2324. VISUALS 620.

The World’s Show, by Henry Mayhew. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Some of the Drolleries of the Great Exhibition [in] 1851.’ 1851. 22 x 28 cm. Cohn 548. AM 21637. VISUALS 14142.

Sparring [at Fives Court]. Watercolor drawing for the print with that title, signed ‘George Cruikshank,’ with inscription ‘Drawn by I. R. Cruikshank, etched by G. Cruikshank.’ 1817. 11 x 17 cm. Cohn 1995. E 2326. VISUALS 585.

‘A Steam Packet Cabin.’ Copper plate, with proof, in a case entitled ‘Original Cruikshank Plate.’ [n.d.] C0199 oversize. AM 79-8. E 514. MASC 82560.

Studies. Five pen, ink and pencil sketches, with notations. 1830. VISUALS 552.

Studies. Nine pencil, ink and wash drawings for illustrations, some signed, with artist’s notes, including ‘My Biographer.’ [n.d.] 15 x 21 cm. AM 19244. VISUALS 7457.

Studies. 19 pencil and ink drawings on small pieces of paper and on the back of letters, signed and unsigned, with notes. One drawing with pencil note ‘Self-portrait.’ [n.d.] 15 x 21 cm. AM 15224. VISUALS 7458.

Studies. Pencil sketches on the verso of a letter from Augustus Mayhew. 1848. C0140. AM 21872. MASC 6276.

Studies. 17 pencil, ink and wash sketches on small pieces of paper and on the back of letters, with an etching of a man carrying other men in his arms and on his back. [n.d.] 15 x 21 cm. AM 16157. VISUALS 7460.

Studies of country scenes, women, animals, heads of men, etc. 19 pencil and watercolor drawings, some signed, bound in a sketch book. 1845. 14 x 22 cm. AM 13947. VISUALS 7454.

Studies of various characters, room interiors, etc. 23 pencil and ink drawings on the back of letters, some signed, with artist’s notes. [n.d.] 24 x 20 cm. AM 17778. VISUALS 7456.

‘Sultan Stork.’ Pencil and ink sketch, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’ with pencil sketches in the margins. 1842. 17 x 16 cm. E 2878. VISUALS 7302.

Sundial with elves. Two pencil drawings, bound with their etchings. 1869. 12 x 15 cm. 12 x 17 cm. VISUALS 570.

‘Taking Tea in the Arbour.’ Pencil, pen and ink drawing, signed in ink, with a small sketch bellow and with two other sketches entitled ‘A Catholic Orangeman’ and ‘Here, Ladies and Gentlemen You See the Wonderful Horse as Is Got His Head Where His Tail Should Be’ on the verso. [n.d.] 18 x 23 cm. E 2868. VISUALS 7305.

Tenement interior. Copper plate, with proof, in a case entitled ‘Original Cruikshank Plate.’ [n.d.] C0199 oversize. AM 79-8. MASC 82562.

Theatrical scene. Pencil drawing, signed in ink ‘Geo Cruikshank,’ with several pencil sketches of various characters on the verso. [n.d.] 18 x 11 cm. E 2884. VISUALS 7298.

‘The Tower at Kingsgate Near Margate.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 22 x 19 cm. E 2304. VISUALS 646.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘The Execution of the Duke of Northumberland on Tower Hill,’ signed. 1840. 10 x 15 cm. Cohn 14. E 172. VISUALS 536.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Cholmondley Discovering the Body of Alexia,’ signed. 1840. 12 x 17 cm. Cohn 14. E 171. VISUALS 535.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Cholmondeley Discovering the Body of Alexia in the Devilin Tower,’ signed, with marginal sketches. 1840. 24 x 19 cm. Cohn 14. E 9126. VISUALS 14185.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing for the plate ‘Execution of Lady Jane Gray,’ signed. 1840. 11 x 15 cm. Cohn 14. E 170. VISUALS 534.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and sepia drawing for the plate ‘Queen Jane’s Flight from the Tower,’ with inscription ‘Original sketch, George Cruikshank.’ 1840. 12 x 14 cm. Cohn 14. VISUALS 565.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Courtenay’s Escape from the Tower,’ signed. 1840. 17 x 18 cm. Cohn 14. AM 20851. VISUALS 14168.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Three pencil drawings for the plates ‘Lady Jane Gray a Prisoner,’ ‘Lawrence Nightgall Dragging Cicely Down the Secret Stairs,’ and ‘Mauger Sharpening His Axe,’ with 41 india proof impressions, in a box case entitled ‘Illustrations to The Tower of London.’ 1840. Cohn 14. C0199 oversize. GA 1997-31. MASC 82548. VISUALS 13565.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Preliminary pencil sketches. 1840. 17 x 12 cm. Cohn 14. E 2287. VISUALS 650.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing entitled ‘Queen Mary,’ unpublished. 1840. 26 x 21 cm. Cohn 14. VISUALS 14167.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing entitled ‘The White Tower.’ 1840. 11 x 16 cm. Cohn 14. E 169. VISUALS 533.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil drawing entitled ‘St. Thomas, or Traitor’s Tower from the Thames,’ signed. 1840. 11 x 15 cm. Cohn 14. E 168. VISUALS 532.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Wash drawing entitled ‘Original sketch’, signed ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1840. 12 x 14 cm. Cohn 14. E 2286. VISUALS 7275.

The Tower of London, by William H. Ainsworth. Three pencil sketches entitled ‘The axe,’ ‘The block,’ ‘Thumb screw,’ with other sketches on the verso. 1840. 12 x 17 cm. Cohn 14. VISUALS 14186.

‘Triumph of Dr. Jenner - the Inventor of Vaccination & His Friends...’ Pencil drawing, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’ with portrait studies in pen and pencil on the verso, including a self portrait, and with a note ‘Early sketches.’ [ca. 1807]. 17 x 16 cm. E 2917. VISUALS 7295.

Twelfth-Night Characters. 28 pencil, pen, and ink drawings for plates, bound in a volume with that title, and with a frontispiece entitled ‘Fairburn’s Oracle of Destiny, Characters.’ 1814. Cohn 813-814. C0199 oversize. AM 20628. MASC 83494.

Two tall men, a short woman, and three figures in the background. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘G.C. 1825,’ possibly for the print Monstrosities of 1825 & 6. 19 x 15 cm. [Cohn 1755]. E 2314. VISUALS 7284.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin, by Harriett Beecher Stowe. Seven pen and pencil sketches on one sheet, entitled ‘Sketches for Eva, "Uncle Tom’s Cabin",’ signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank,’ and with three female figures on the verso. 1852. 19 x 24 cm. Cohn 777. E 2280. VISUALS 561.

‘A Valentine.’ Watercolor drawing, possibly for the prints Valentines, signed ‘G. Ck.’ [ca. 1808]. 19 x 24 cm. [Cohn 2067-72]. E 2253. VISUALS 549.

‘Venus and Adonis, or Modern Mythology.’ Pen, ink and wash drawing, signed ‘G. Cruikshank,’ with caption ‘Thus - Venus school’d her favorite boy, But youthful heat, all cautions will destroy,’ and with pencil sketches entitled ‘John Bull in Lilliput’ on the verso. 1820. 27 x 37 cm. E 2885. VISUALS 7297.

‘View from the Top of St. Pauls.’ Pencil and crayon drawing, signed in ink ‘George Cruikshank,’ with preliminary pencil sketches on the verso. 1817. 27 x 40 cm. VISUALS 556.

The Village Inn. Oil painting, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 27 x 12 cm. E 2323. VISUALS 648.

A violinist and other figures. Ink sketch on a letter, with inscription ‘It is a most agreeable and useful study.’ [n.d.] 8 x 11 cm. VISUALS 630.

Waverley Novels: The Abbot, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Pardoners Legend,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. E 2293 Dep. 4469. VISUALS 14155.

Waverley Novels: The Abbot, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Abbot of Unreason,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 28 cm. Cohn 730. E 2294 Dep. 4468. VISUALS 14153.

Waverley Novels: The Antiquary, by Sir Walter Scott. Wash drawing for the plate ‘My Good Friends Favete Linguis,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. E 2869 Dep. 4475. VISUALS 14145.

Waverley Novels: Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Athelstane’s Escape,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 28 cm. Cohn 730. E 2292 Dep. 4471. VISUALS 14151.

Waverley Novels: Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘The Black Knight and the Clerk,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. E 2871. Cruik 1952 Dep. 4470. VISUALS 14150.

Waverley Novels: The Monastery, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Knowest Thou This Token,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 28 cm. Cohn 730. E 2296 Dep. 4467. VISUALS 14154.

Waverley Novels: The Monastery, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Abbot Boniface and Father Philip,’ signed. 1836-38. 21 x 28 cm. Cohn 730. E 2295 Dep. 4466. VISUALS 14152.

Waverley Novels: Tales of my Landlord, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Captain Dalgetty at Ardenvoter’ in ‘Legend of Montrose,’ signed. 1836-38. 22 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. E 2870. Cruik 1952 Dep. 4476. VISUALS 14149.

Waverley Novels: Tales of my Landlord, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Caleb Catering for Wolf’s Crag’ in ‘The Bride of Lammermoor,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. Cruik 1952 Dep. 4472. VISUALS 14148.

Waverley Novels: Tales of my Landlord, by Sir Walter Scott. Wash, pen and ink drawing for the plate ‘Jeanie I say,’ signed, with inscription ‘I say Jeanie Woman. Vide Heart of Mid Lothian.’ 1836-38. 22 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. Cruik 1952 Dep. 4474. VISUALS 14147.

Waverley Novels: The Talisman, by Sir Walter Scott. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘ Sir Kenneth and the Dwarf,’ signed. 1836-38. 23 x 29 cm. Cohn 730. E 2290 Dep. 4473. VISUALS 14156.

‘The Well of St. Keyne.’ Copper plate, with proof, in a case entitled ‘Original Cruikshank Plate.’ [n.d.] C0199 oversize. AM 79-8. E 515. MASC 82561.

What Put My Pipe Out, by George Cruikshank. Pencil drawing for the print with that title, signed, with a proof impression, in a box case with that title. 1862. Cohn 208. C0199 oversize. AM 20631. MASC 83495.

The Whole of the Burial Procession and Obsequies, by William Hone. Pencil drawing of a royal funeral. 1817. C0199 oversize. AM 20623. MASC 81244.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Visit to Tristram Lyndwood’s Cottage,’ signed in pencil ‘George Cruikshank.’ 1843. 10 x 13 cm. Cohn 19. VISUALS 592.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Anne Boleyn Receiving Proof of Henry’s Passion for Jane Seymour.’ 1843. 14 x 11 cm. Cohn 19. VISUALS 591.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and wash drawing for the plate ‘Mabel Lyndwood Interceding for Sir Thomas Wyatt with Henry,’ signed. 1843. 22 x 25 cm. Cohn 19. E 2336a. VISUALS 14169.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and blue wash drawing for the plate ‘The Disappearance of Herne in the Curfew Tower,’ signed in ink. 1843. 16 x 20 cm. Cohn 19. E 9125. VISUALS 14192.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘The Vision of the Fair Geraldine,’ signed in pencil. 1843. 25 x 22 cm. Cohn 19. Cruik 1979. VISUALS 14194.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil and watercolor drawing for the plate ‘Herne Flying into the Burning Woods with Mabel,’ signed in ink. 1843. 22 x 25 cm. Cohn 19. VISUALS 14193.

Windsor Castle, by William H. Ainsworth. Pencil sketch of Henry VIII, unpublished, with other sketches in the margins. 1843. 20 x 27 cm. Cohn 19. VISUALS 14170.

Woman with a knife. Pen and ink drawing, signed ‘Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1828. 19 x 23 cm. Cohn 19. E 2886. VISUALS 7296.

 

Cruikshank, Robert (1786 - 1856)

 

The Adventures of a Carpet Bag, by Edward Thomson. Pencil sketch for the title page. [ca. 1853] 13 x 16 cm. E 2714. VISUALS 7430.

‘Animated Nature Displayed. The Angels Appearing to the Shepherds.’ Two pencil and ink sketches, signed in pencil ‘Robert Cruikshank,’ with an ink inscription ‘By my Brother Robert -- Geo. Cruikshank.’ 1835. 12 x 7 cm, 13 x 12 cm. E 2715, E 2716. VISUALS 7289.

‘The Burning of the Houses of Parliament, London, Oct. 16th, 1834.’ Two watercolor drawings bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Water Color Drawings by Robert Cruikshank.’ C0199 oversize. AM 20633. MASC 40011.

‘Cassandra Cracker.’ Pen, ink and wash miniature drawing, signed ‘R.Ck.’ [n.d.] 5 x 8 cm. AM 21144. VISUALS 7398.

‘Chelsea Stadiaum [sic] Shield.’ Pen-and-ink drawings for the archery scene, with a copy of the etching, and with annotations and pen sketches by George Cruikshank on the verso, bound in a volume entitled ‘Chelsea Stadiaum Shield. Original Drawings...’ 1834. C0199 oversize. AM 20634. MASC 40012.

Collection of drawings. 14 leaves of watercolor, pen-and-ink and pencil drawings, some inlaid, bound in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawings by I. Robert Cruikshank.’ [ca.1815]. Various sizes. C0199 oversize. AM 20656. MASC 84007.

Coronation of Queen Victoria. Pen, ink and wash drawing, signed ‘RCk’ in pencil. 1838. 17 x 22 cm. E 2713. VISUALS 7431.

‘Cruelty to Mr. Lawrence…’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R. Ck.’ [n.d.] 31 x 19 cm. E 2721. VISUALS 7413.

Dandy greeting a young lady wearing a short dress. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R. Cruikshank,’ with caption: ‘"Good Morning Miss! How is it with you to day?" "It is rather cold, Sir!" "I tenk it must be!"’ [n.d.] 31 x 21 cm. E 2723. VISUALS 7407.

‘The Death of Tom Moody.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘RCK.’ [n.d.] 30 x 20 cm. E 2717. VISUALS 7451.

The English Spy, by Charles M. Westmacott. Pencil and ink drawing for the plate ‘The Comical Procession from Gloucester to Berkeley,’ in collaboration with George Cruikshank, who signed in pencil ‘G. Cruikshank.’ [ca. 1825-26] 19 x 11 cm. E 1934. VISUALS 7283.

‘Der Freischutz.’ Pencil drawing, bound with other pencil and ink sketches in a volume entitled ‘Original Drawings by Robert Cruikshank.’ [ca. 1824] Various sizes. C0199 oversize. AM 20618. MASC 84008.

‘Grace Darling.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘RCK.’ [n.d.] 31 x 20 cm. E 2718. VISUALS 7452.

Horseman in combat. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R.Ck.’ [n.d.] 31 x 20 cm. E 2720. VISUALS 7405.

Improvements in the City of London. Five ink and watercolor drawings on one sheet, entitled ‘An Oppressed Plan for the Correction of Prostitutes,’ ‘The Children of Israel Driven from the Bank,’ ‘The Man of the People Double Chained,’ ‘Disturbing the Guardian of the Night…,’ ‘Cleaning the City of Prostitutes,’ signed ‘R. Cruikshank,’ with pencil sketches on the verso. [n.d.] 34 x 25 cm. E 2722. VISUALS 7412.

‘A Joint Stock Company.’ Pencil drawing, signed ‘R. Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 29 x 24 cm. E 2741. VISUALS 7410.

Market scene with bull. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R. Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 24 x 15 cm. E 2738. VISUALS 7414.

‘Mr. Elton as Sir Kenneth of Scotland.’ Ink drawing, bound with 24 ink drawings, including ‘Miss Clara Novello as Sappho,’ in a volume entitled ‘Theatrical Portraits, Original Drawings.’ [n.d.] Various sizes. C0199 oversize. AM 20622. MASC 84009.

The Old Sailor’s Jolly Boat, by Matthew H. Barker. Six pencil drawings for the frontispiece and other illustrations, in a box case entitled ‘Drawings for The Old Sailor’s Jolly Boat.’ 1844. C0199 oversize. AM 20637. MASC 40013.

‘One of the Family!!’ Pencil, pen and ink drawing, signed ‘R. Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 26 x 35 cm. E 2733. VISUALS 7408.

‘Or a Peep at the Looking Glass Curtain at the Royal [Cobourg] Theatre.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R Ck.’ [n.d.] 36 x 28 cm. E 2739. VISUALS 7417.

‘A Parson [sic] above Proof or Mathews (not) at Home in the City.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R. Ck.,’ with ink inscription ‘ "Unpublished" Drawing made for 2 Caricatures by Robert Cruikshank, March 15, 1827,’ and with pencil note ‘Unpublished drawing by Robt. Cruikshank 1827. The Revd. M. Mathews caused great scandal at the Church of "All Hallows Barking" (near the Tower of London) by going into the pulpit drunk!’ [n.d.] 36 x 22 cm. E 2734. VISUALS 7409.

Party scene. Pen and ink drawing, signed ‘R. Ck.,’ with pencil inscription ‘Original drawing by Robert Cruikshank elder brother of George C.’ [n.d.] 20 x 11 cm. E 2834. VISUALS 7411.

Seaside town. Ink drawing. [n.d.] 15 x 23 cm. C0140. AM 81-197. MASC 44309.

Sparring [at Fives Court]. Watercolor drawing for the print with that title, signed ‘George Cruikshank,’ with inscription ‘Drawn by I. R. Cruikshank, etched by G. Cruikshank.’ 1817. 11 x 17 cm. Cohn 1995. E 2326. VISUALS 585.

‘Tom Moody.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘RCK.’ [n.d.] 31 x 20 cm. E 2719. VISUALS 7453.

‘Westminster Jack in the Dumps, or John Bull’s Surprise.’ Watercolor drawing, signed ‘R. Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 35 x 24 cm. E 2724. VISUALS 7406.

Cruikshank, Isaac (ca. 1756 - 1810)

 

A bull. Pencil and wash drawing, unsigned, with ink inscription ‘Drawn by my father Isaac Cruikshank GCK.’ [n.d.] 24 x 18 cm. E 2737. VISUALS 7425.

‘John Bull Learning a New Movement against the Next Campaign!!’ Pencil drawing, signed in pencil ‘IC’. 1798. 35 x 27 cm. E 2727. VISUALS 7424.

‘The New State Coach Setting Out on the First Journey.’ Pencil, ink and watercolor drawing, signed ‘I.C.,’ originally entitled ‘Anticipation.’ [n.d.] 36 x 26 cm. AM 21124. VISUALS 7396.

‘No Popery: Firth for Ever.’ Electioneering scene. Pen, ink and wash drawing, signed ‘I.Ck.,’ with pencil inscription ‘By Isaac Cruikshank from Truman Collection’ on the verso. 1798. 37 x 26 cm. Cruik 798.2. VISUALS 7397.

Portrait of Lord Thurlow. Pencil drawing, with ink inscription on the verso ‘Lord Thurlow - No 11 Modern Portraits - I Cruikshank Sc & Del.’ [n.d.] 23 x 33 cm. E 2736. VISUALS 7419.

Portrait of woman in oriental costume. Pencil drawing, with ink inscription ‘By My Father Isaac Cruikshank - GCk,’ and with a pencil sketch of a grape on the verso. [n.d.] 26 x 36 cm. E 2735. VISUALS 7420.

Rustic scene with a girl and a shepherd boy. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘Cruikshank Del’ and ‘Cruikshank S,’ and with pencil inscription on the verso: ‘By the father of Geo Cruikshank.’ [n.d.] 24 x 24 cm. E 2728. VISUALS 7422.

Tavern interior with men smoking and drinking. Watercolor drawing, unsigned, with ink inscription ‘By Isaac Cruikshank The father of George Cruikshank.’ 1823. 28 x 24 cm. E 2704. VISUALS 7450.

Cruikshank, Percy (fl. 1853 - 1854)

 

Soldier holding a bottle in one hand and leaning on a tree. Watercolor drawing, signed ‘P.Ck.’ [n.d.] 23 x 29 cm. E 2732. VISUALS 7290.