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- Arthur Boyd Houghton 1836–1875
- Wood engraving on paper
- Image: 238 x 346 mm
- Transferred from the reference collection 1975
T01948 UNCLE JOHN WITH THE YOUNG FOLK: ‘ALL PRIZES AND NO BLANKS!’ 1865
Engraved Inscription: ‘A Houghton’ b.l. and ‘DALZIEL fe’, b.r.
Wood-engraving, 9 3/8×13 5/8 (23.8×34.6)
Coll: Transferred from the Reference Collection 1975
Exh: Victoria and Albert Museum 1975 (277)
Lit: Paul Hogarth, Arthur Boyd Houghton, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1975, catalogue No.277
A proof on India paper of the engraving by the Dalziel brothers which appeared in the 1865 supplementary Christmas number of the Illustrated London News (XLVII, No. 1349, 23 December, p.617). The engraving illustrated a story by John Latey on pages 618–19.
The Tate Gallery 1974-6: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1978
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