Artwork: Wooden framed lithograph 'The Fox Silently Entering the Poultry Yard'; ...

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Artwork: Wooden framed lithograph 'The Fox Silently Entering the Poultry Yard'

About this object

Wooden framed lithograph with inner set gilt detailing. The artists was T. M. Bayne, it was printed by C. Hullmandel and published by Ackermann & Co. This item was part of a series of 36 which were hung in the wards of the (Royal) Adelaide Hospital, of the original 36 there is one other in the Heritage Office Collection (AR#1704) .The lithograph is titled 'The Fox Silently Entering the Poultry Yard'. Below the title is written a verse:

"At length he came to the Farmer's yard,
The ducks and geese were all afraid;
the very best goose shall grease my beard,
Before I leave the Town."

On the back of the frame is written "1. 1 Feb. 1836". The print is dated with 1 February 1836, the date when they were first published.

Date Made

1836

Place Made

United Kingdom

Medium and Materials

Wood, glass, paper, ink

Measurements

L 40cm x W 34cm x D 4cm.

Object Type

Artwork

Object number

AR#1704

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