Original Aquatint Engraving - "A Match at the Badger"

Aiken, Henry Thomas

Published by T. McLean, 1820
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Title: Original Aquatint Engraving - "A Match at ...

Publisher: T. McLean

Publication Date: 1820

Binding: No Binding

Illustrator: Aiken, Henry Thomas

Book Condition: Very Good


Original 10 1/2 x 8 aquatint engraving, finished by hand. Henry Thomas Aiken (1785-1851) was an English painter and engraver, best know for his engravings of sporting pursuits. This work depicts the barbarous practice of badger-baiting in which a dog attacks a badger for sport. Two gentleman are sitting on a wooden crate, presumably holding the badger, while another gentleman is holding back a dog, and another looks on. The print identifies I. Clark as the sculptor of the etching. Bookseller Inventory # 016480

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