RMT53A42–THEODORE ROOSEVELT (1858-1919) American satire on the self made President
RMB3PEPP–Flag and armband of the anti-fascist satire group 'Front Deutscher Aepfel', 'German Apple Front', at a counter demonstration of
RMEG4HX8–Düsseldorf, Germany. 16 February 2015. A Charlie Hebdo float telling everyone that one cannot kill satire. The traditional Shrove Monday (Rosenmontag) carnival parade takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany. 1.2 million revellers lined the route. The Monday parades went ahead despite increased terror warnings which led to the parade in Brunswick (Braunschweig) being cancelled shortly before it was due to take place. Photo. carnivalpix/Alamy Live News
RMABJ24W–Florizel and Perdita
RMA5TKFP–Residence of Baltimore writer and satirist H. L. Mencken at 1524 Hollins Street among row homes on Union Square, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
RMAAX4MJ–Giant Prozac Pill painted propane tank in Milan New York
RMAPDBX5–Guardian Cartoonist Steve Bell ponders throwing Plank Man his image of British Prime Minister John Major, off Beachy Head
RMG1NFEB–Leonardo Alenza - Satire of Romantic Suicide - Museo del Romanticismo, Madrid
RMGG2CWA–Diego Rivera Fresco at the Minister of Education's, Satire against depraved intellectuals. 1923 Mexico city, Mexico Photo Lamarche
RMHRF87T–18th Century Political Satire
RME8PNP3–A satire of Pitt's return to office in 1804. Pitt is shown in the chamber of Britannia. Britannia sits listlessly on a bed, hol
RMEC7XM0–Satire on Jackson and his Cabinet
RMERHMXP–Satire of hair fashion trends in the early 19th century - French caricature showing a man on stilts styling a woman 's powdered
RME12X27–Feb. 26, 2012 - Cleaning Up With The New Queen Of Satire: As the time near for the BBC's new satire show which will replace ''Not so Much...'' Lynda Baron, who is Eleanor Bron's successor is making the most of her little spare time by cleaning up in her new London flat. On this task Lynda, red-headed and twenty five, is helped by her daughter Sarah aged 2 1/2. Being a realist, Lynda resses properly for the job in hand - and what more suitable attine for a Summer day's scrubbing, than a bikini, and especially when you have a figure like Lynda's and a daughter who likes to help make a splash
RMH7G2DH–Political satire cartoon, Italy
RMDJ0XAF–History of medicine. Dentist (barbers or general physicians). Middle Ages. Satire. Engraving.
RM2G3KWB5–festivities, public festival, satire, Der Nasentanz von Gimpelsbrunn (The Nose Dance of Dunceswell), ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RMF526AK–A SATIRE OF THE TULIP MANIA painting by Jan Brueghel the Younger about 1640 satirising the speculators as monkeys
RF2E10P74–The Quakers’ Synod in British Museum Catalogue of Satirical Prints. This illustration is a Satire on Quakers. It shows an assembly of deputies with George Whitehead presiding, William Penn at his right and 'W Bingly' at his left; the journal of George Fox lies on the table, at the right end of which sits 'B Bealiing, scribe' recording the proceedings. This image dates to 1699.
RMF7CRBT–Modern Nursing, satire of the short-waisted gowns fashionable in the 1790s. Copperplate engraving by John Kay from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings, Hugh Paton, Edinburgh, 1842.
RMAGTCB6–Opponents of President George Bush rally in New York
RMABYAHK–Amsterdam, Holland. Modern art exhibition in Stedelijk Museum. Woman staring at door between two modern paintings.
RMDW7CTE–Cornelis Saftleven, Satire on Litigious Farmers 1629 Oil on panel. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
RM2G6J685–A dream caused by the perusal of Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe's popular work Uncle Tom's Cabin - An imaginative and biting satire on Harriet Beecher Stowe and her recently published antislavery novel 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.' Printed serially beginning in June 1851, the novel first appeared in book form in 1852. The artist has concocted a chaotic, nightmarish vision, where armies of demons and other monsters battle in a barren, desert setting reminiscent of the infernal visions of Hieronymus Bosch and Jacques Callot. (Murrell points out, in fact, that the plate borrows its central motif--an enormous flyin
RM2B6D44B–The Island of Utopia, 1516. Woodcut from the 1st edition of 'Utopia', 1516. Utopia (Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia or A little, true book, not less beneficial than enjoyable, about how things should be in the new island Utopia) is a work of fiction and socio-political satire by Thomas More (1478-1535).
RMDE1XTE–Satire, 1771. Artist: Anon
RMTXG8CE–Soviet Russian cartoon satire on modern woman
RM2BDXF72–Anthropomorphism, English Satire, 1720
RM2FM521M–Cartoon: satire on rising taxes and taxation in the UK: John Bull swamped in the flood of new taxes, print by James Gillray, 1806
RMEC7XKR–Satire of major American political figures
RMBRHT0C–Black and White Illustration; Satire on the Jews of Norwich; from the Jews Roll 17 Hen III
RMERH675–Candide, satire written by Voltaire in 1759.Illustration by Norman Tealby. ' 'This is the Last Day.' cried Candide'. Caption
RMWH99YY–Political satire: the Prince Regent's passion for chinoiserie was cruelly lampooned by such cartoonists as Cruikshank.
RMDJ8WC6–History of medicine. Dentist (barbers or general physicians). Middle Ages. Satire. Colored engraving.
RMB8KR35–engraving by James Gillray of The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street published in 1797 It was a satire on the currency crisis
RM2R9NEYG–A SATIRE OF THE TULIP MANIA painting by Jan Brueghel the Younger about 1640.Those speculating in the value of tulips are shown as monkeys.
RF2CW1WA4–The caption for this illustration reads: Polo Post Futurum. It is taken from the Punch Almanac for 1873. Its date is December 17, 1872. Punch, or The London Charivari, was a British weekly magazine of humor and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin the term 'cartoon' in its modern sense as a humorous illustration.
RMKHEK4C–Religious satire showing a priest in a barrel preaching to a crowd of misfits and oddities, cows and chickens. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Sanders after a satirical illustration by Timothy Bobbin (John Collier) from Human Passions Delineated, John Haywood, Manchester, 1773.
RM2J0JJAC–Russian propaganda - Windows of ROSTA (Windows of satire ROSTA). Ukrainians and Russians have one cry - let there be no master over the worker! 1920
RMABYAHY–Amsterdam Holland Modern art exhibition in Stedelijk Museum What is art Woman seated staring at empty space on wall
RMCR7N3R–Wagner, Richard, 22.5.1813 - 13.2.1883, German composer, satire on his polemics about everyday politics, caricature, from 'Schalk', wood engraving, 1899,
RME112KA–May 05, 1975 - Tenth international festival of humour and satire in Gabrovo. A big and colourful procession took place on May 17 in the town of Gabrovo as part of the Tenth international festival of humour and satire, Many guests from abroad were present at the festival . OPS during the procession.
RM2P2HT4G–Cover Of Kalem Magazine, a bilingual weekly political satire magazine which was in circulation in the period 1908–1911 in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
RMDDN5D4–Satire on night watchmen, London, 1825. Artist: Anon
RMTXG8GH–Soviet Russian cartoon satire on state farming
RMHRP3KF–Thanksgiving Satire, 1900s
RFJC1PWB–Satire on the life-loving Moenche. Wooden sculpture on a choir chair of Winchester Cathedral, digital improved reproduction from a publication of the year 1880
RMBX9XN4–A Satire on Robert Walpole, First Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1741; Black and White Illustration;
RMERHJ4Y–Théophile Gautier - title page of the satire of Romanticism, 'Les Jeunes-France' (1833). Etching by Celestin Nanteuil. French
RMGM0XPB–satire against medical charlatans in the 16th century,
RMDJ8TTT–History of medicine. Dentist (barbers or general physicians). Middle Ages. Satire. Colored engraving.
RMA8FNXE–Satire and Hermaphrodite Altes Museum Berlin Germany
RMDDK76T–Cartoon showing 'a new way to pay the national-debt'
RF2CW1W9W–The caption for this illustration reads: Polo Post Futurum. It is taken from the Punch Almanac for 1873. Its date is December 17, 1872. Punch, or The London Charivari, was a British weekly magazine of humor and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin the term 'cartoon' in its modern sense as a humorous illustration.
RMKHEKHN–Captain Plume seducing country wench Rose, while her brother Bullock tries to warn her against him. Satire from George Farquhar's play The Recruiting Officer. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Sanders after a satirical illustration by John Collier (Timothy Bobbin) from Human Passions Delineated, John Haywood, Manchester, 1773.
RMGXAEM3–Satire mit Paragrafenzeichen geschrieben unter der Lupe
RMCY6831–Satire on Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
RMCPGY8P–Monty Python, English humor and satire group, group picture, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese (from left to right),
RMKC8AY0–Diablerie: A Satire on the Medical Profession, Andries Both, 1612–41
RM2M523BW–In this satire John Doyle depicts the Duke of Gloucester with a case of indigestion. The Duke is apparently unaware that part of his discomfort is caused by his host's insults at dinner as the doctor states, 'Something in the Chancellor's dinner has certainly disagreed with you.' Published 1834
RMDDMJMY–Dutch satire on the South Sea Bubble, 1720. Artist: Anon
RM2A602FP–Satire graphic by Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886) a British artist and illustrator. Dated 19th Century
RMHRJHE8–Satire, Drink Envy, 18th century
RF2RW22NC–Leonardo Alenza - Satire of Romantic Suicide - c1839
RMHHG5KY–Satire on Presbyterian Ministers, c 1690-1710
RM2CBANW3–Satire on Tulip Mania, c. 1640, painted by Jan Brueghel the Younger (1601-1678), a Flemish Baroque painter, and the son of Jan Brueghel the Elder. Tulip mania occurred in the Dutch Golden Age during which contract prices for some bulbs of the recently introduced and fashionable tulip reached extraordinarily high levels and then dramatically collapsed.
RMJEBMFF–Scottish tenement windows with reflection of sandstone building and satire flag in the window
RMEDWCHN–Satire about marrying from the 18th century, buy a pig in a poke
RMCC704X–Protestant Reformation. 16th century. Germany. Satire against Martin Luther (1483-1546).
RMWH9R04–Among the many subjects included on cards for educational purposes, propaganda or satire, are the Old Testament, as in the card on the right showing Nebuchadnezzar eating grass
RFM0TE8B–United States Government concept as an American flag as a political satire with 3D illustration elements.
RF2CW1WB6–The caption for this illustration reads: Sweet-Girl Graduates Afternoon Tea versus Wine. The man in the background is saying: “This is precious slow! Let’s go and have some beer!” It is taken from the Punch Almanac for 1873. Punch, or The London Charivari, was a British weekly magazine of humor and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin the term 'cartoon' in its modern sense as a humorous illustration.
RMHP4WX7–Of God of Man of the Devil, Triple episcopacie. Satire of the Puritan Party on Land and Court Bishops, 17th Century
RMD40XMA–Nairobi, Kenya. 26th Feb 2013. Behind the scenes of Kenya's political satire 'The XYZ Show'. Caricature sketches on a pin board.
RMBTAP37–A satire on women's extreme hairdos in 18th century Paris. A servant walks behind holding the hair in place with a forked stick.
RMB48ACE–Handel, George Frideric, 23.2. 1685 - 14.4.1759, German composer, satire on his opera 'Giulio Cesare in Egitto', London, 1724, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMW58HTM–The Gotham of Yasmar : a satire : Clodfelter, N. J. (Noah J.), 1853-1901
RM2M523BN–In 1796 Elisha Perkins, a physician from Connecticut, patented the metallic tractors shown in this print. He claimed the tractors could cure disease through electric force. James Gillray's skepticism of this treatment is clear in this satire. Published 1801
RMDDMJMK–Dutch satire on the South Sea Bubble, 1720. Artist: Anon
RM2A602GP–Satire graphic by Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886) a British artist and illustrator. Dated 19th Century
RMHRP3M0–Thanksgiving Satire, Puck Magazine, 1912
RFGD58A7–The 7 heads of Martin Luther are captioned, left to right 'Doctor, Martin, Luther, Ecclesiast, Vagabond, Pfister (Backer?), Barabbas'. The satire purportedly hiding behind these words looks rather cryptic. XVI century.
RMKCEM2F–Spanish satire against the hydra of the aristocracy. Dated 18th Century
RMH3W1H0–John Leech (1817 – 1864) was an English caricaturist and illustrator best known for his work for Punch, a humorous magazine for a broad middle-class audience, combining verbal and graphic political satire with light social comedy. His critical yet humorous cartoons on the Crimean War help shape public attitudes toward heroism, warfare, and Britons role in the world.
RMKYHDTF–front bow of Gourock Caledonian MacBrayne ferry Argyle with the Scottish satire flag flapping in the wind Rothesay, United Kingdom
RMK1567E–Evangelium Lucae am XVI cap [Satire of the Parable from Luke 16 with the Pope as the Rich Man and Martin Luther as Lazarus], 1500. From the New York Public Library.
RMCEHT31–Protestant Reformation. 16th century. Germany. Satire against Martin Luther (1483-1546). Colored engraving.
RMWHAT31–A design for Threadneedle Case. The Land of Promise!. A satire on the various schemes for gulling the public, by the lottery companies etc. and showing the dissatisfaction of the country with the paper currency. Sir William Curtis figures in the throng with other wellknown spectators. by G Cruikshank. Marcj 1811
RMM7AATD–A wastebasket as a hat, fashion, satire, 1920s, Germany
RF2R2R1H3–The 1906 caption reads: 'A page from the first edition of Sebastian Brant's Ship of Fools in 1494.' The book was a medieval satire on contemporary folly and corruption.
RMAMGM1G–champignon STINKHORN satire puant PHALLUS IMPUDICUS HEAD WITH SPORE SLIME ODOR FETID ATTRACTS INSECTS WHICH DISPERSE SPORES non
RMD40XN5–Nairobi, Kenya. 26th Feb 2013. Behind the scenes of Kenya's political satire 'The XYZ Show' puppeteers film the 2013 election special against a green screen.
RM2P52T06–The City Chanters. The picture is a satire on popular support for John Wilkes and Frederick Bull who were running for Sheriff of London in 1771, a post which they won. (Two sheriffs are elected annually.) After an 18th century engraving by Samuel Okey from a work by John Collet.
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