RMC04Y46–William Pitt and Napoleon depicted in a satirical cartoon. The Plumb-pudding in Danger (1805). By James Gillray. The world being carved up into spheres of influence between Pitt and Napoleon.
RMGG29E1–Satirical cartoon against Roosevelt 1934 United States
RMHRP668–WWI, Satirical War Map of Europe, 1914
RMD3Y7GR–The satirical website, The Onion, viewed on a 4th generation Apple iPad, USA
RMG38BTT–OSCAR WILDE - some satirical comments Date: 1856-1900
RMGCD6RT–THE SPITTING IMAGE PUPPET OF CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES FEATURED IN THE SATIRICAL ITV SERIES.
RM2DBHN3D–This satirical poem was published in the magazine Simplicissimus during Hitler's imprisonment.
RM2JYYABK–Coloured satirical Cartoon strip
RMA9BR4K–WELCOME TO THE CLUB - 1970 satirical comedy film shot in Copenhagen
RMERG8CW–'Cromwell pypeth unto Fairfax' - a satirical Cavalier playing card from the seventeenth century.
RMTRCA4R–satirical song, Francis, lived in the 18th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMP9GKRE–Dutch satirical engraving on the Inquisition.
RME0Y8CJ–Apr. 29, 1969 - Satirical Gangster film made in Japan. Japanese girls wearing coloured plastic capes and pants, transparent covers over one eye, Tommy - guns and a mermaid tattooed on their stomachs, features in new movie named ''Let's Ge. Drifters'' being made in Japan by the Toho film Company. The satirical film underlines the ease in which bank robberies have taken place in Japan recently, one lone robber dressed as a motorcycle the bank employees in the car carrying the cash, that a time bomb was planted beneath the car, and he had been dispatched to warn them
RMF6N7C3–German satirical illustrations 1950: A woman and an elf
RMD951H7–John Law (1671–1729). Scottish economist. Dutch satirical engraving.
RM2ABAXDR–Vintage German Propaganda World War II Cover illustration map of UK from a German satirical magazine, published in June 1942, during a lull in the Blitz. An unhappy Churchill sits astride a shattered England, patching the country together with 'versprechungen' and 'lugen' - promises and lies. The small centre caption reads, 'Careful, don't interfere.'
RFDF37Y0–The fate of all married men, symbolic satirical copper engraving, France, circa 1700
RMW1MK8A–Caricature of Cavour as a farmer from the satirical newspaper of the epoch 'il Fischietto'
RMDCJJKN–Inspection day at Blackville - Satirical look at African Americans, circa 1887
RM2B71WA3–Fanny Burney, Frances Burney (1752 – 1840), known as Fanny Burney and later as Madame d'Arblay, English satirical novelist, diarist and playwright
RMGG2BDX–Satirical cartoon against Roosevelt 1935 United States
RM2HJCJ8F–Origin of the Species, a satirical illustration by Currier and Ives, 1874. Babies are being pulled from the ground like plants. Darwin's On the Origin of Species was first published in 1859.
RMD3Y60T–The satirical website, The Onion, viewed on a 4th generation Apple iPad, USA
RMGCD6T3–Television - ITV - Spitting Image - Prince William. THE SPITTING IMAGE PUPPET OF PRINCE WILLIAM FEATURED IN THE SATIRICAL ITV SERIES.
RMAH8Y0X–John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, 1647 - 1680. English libertine and writer of satirical and bawdy poetry.
RMRJAXX4–satirical illustration depicting the 1830 French Revolution
RMMWKT85–SATIRICAL CARTOON OF ENGLISH HAIRSTYLE IN 1725
RMERG79F–'Cromwell pypeth unto Fairfax' - a satirical Cavalier playing card from the seventeenth century.
RMMC8657–CHRISTIAN The union of Churchman, Devil and Fool. Satirical woodcut print of circa 1500. Sometimes linked with Durer, the print is anonymous
RMP9GXMW–The anger of Napoleon' Napoleon Bonaparte (1759-1821), satirical engraving.
RMB5MPDW–9 1914 8 0 E1 Europe in 1914 Satirical Map First World War Maps Karte von Europa im Jahre 1914 Map of Europe 1914 Map by W Trier
RMF6N888–German satirical illustrations 1950: A woman with an elf
RMEHD1N5–John Law (1671–1729). Scottish economist. He was appointed Controller General of Finances of France under King Louis XV. In 1716 Law established the Banque Générale in France, a private bank. Dutch satirical engraving. Colored.
RM2H6XKT0–Vintage Movie Film Poster 'The Great Dictator' starring Charlie Chaplin who also produced wrote and directed. United Artists.The Great Dictator is a 1940 American satirical comedy-drama film written, directed, produced, scored by, and starring British comedian Charlie Chaplin, following the tradition of many of his other films. Having been the only Hollywood filmmaker to continue to make silent films well into the period of sound films, Chaplin made this his first true sound film. Chaplin's film advanced a stirring condemnation of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, fascism, & antisemitism,
RFDJH7T4–The fate of all married men, symbolic satirical copper engraving, France, circa 1700
RM2B014CF–China: Satirical cartoon in Punch portrays Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm (r.1888-1918) as a new Chinese Emperor after the forced cession of Qingdao by China to Germany. Illustration, January 15, 1898. The Kiautschou Bay concession was a German colonial concession in Imperial China which existed from 1898 to 1914. It had an area of 552 sq km, and was located around Jiaozhou Bay on the southern coast of the Shandong Peninsula, which lay in the imperial province of Shandong in northern China. Jiaozhou was romanised as Kiaochow, Kiauchau or Kiao-Chau in English and Kiautschou or Kiaochau in German.
RM2AXR442–Satirical drawing showing the victory of 'small' Japan over 'large' China - Japan's 1894 victory over China
RF2FMKRTD–Germany – geographical fun. Illustrated satirical / cartographic map. Published in London by the firm of Hodder and Stoughton in 1869.
RMGG29DY–Satirical cartoon against Roosevelt 1933 United States
RM2HJCJA1–Origin of the Species, a satirical illustration by Currier and Ives, 1874. Babies are being pulled from the ground like plants. The poem reads: 'There is a legend of yore, over which one might pore, / That all the first babies were born of a flower, / That Caesars and Catos were dug like potatoes, / Or dropped from the branches like juicy tomatoes.'
RMD3Y7H8–The satirical website, The Onion, viewed on a 4th generation Apple iPad, USA
RMG38409–A satirical view of the city of the future Date: 1895
RMG5NARF–Making her debut on Central Television's Spitting Image satirical puppet show is the latest addition to the Royal family, Princess Beatrice, clutching a cuddly souvenir brought back from Australia by her mother, the Duchess of York. *Low res scan - Hi res scan on request
RMD3P9TY–Satirical illustration published about the nationalisation and expropriation of Church property, during the French Revolution
RM2K02KJR–satirical Cartoon showing the Russian Provisional Government at work
RMMWKT8B–FRENCH HAIRSTYLE A satirical cartoon about 1780
RMERG44G–Dutch satirical engraving entitled 'The Papal Pyramid'. The Papacy is represented as a pyramid of serpents being struck on the
RMMC6JKC–ALCHEMY - HUDIBRAS. Engraving to samuel Butler's satirical poem (finished 1678) showing Hudbras consulting the quack alchemist-astrologer Sidrophel
RMP9GXMX–Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), French emperor, satirical engraving.
RMDYYT47–The satirical German weekly magazine Simplicissimus, 1933
RMF6N7EJ–German satirical illustrations 1950: Woman in the mirror
RM2G8C9HK–John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester (1647-1680). English poet. Portrait by an unknown artist depicting Wilmot crowning his monkey with laurel, on a pile of books, the monkey offers him a piece of paper with shredded verses. Satirical tone. Oil on canvas (127 x 99,1 cm), ca.1665-1670. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RM2AHB250–Satirical USA cartoon 1890 attacks a proposal by William Windom, Secretary of the Treasury in the Harrison administration, to move the processing of immigrants from The Battery to Liberty Island. Two 'European Garbage Ships,' one labeled 'Refuse,' unceremoniously deposit a scruffy mix of immigrants at the feet of the Statue of Liberty. Windom looks on from the Treasury building in Washington as Lady Liberty, her face angry, lifts her robes to keep them from being soiled. 'Mr. Windom,' she says, 'if you are going to make this island a garbage heap, I'm going back to France.'
RFDF38GR–Hermit in search of something, French satirical copper engraving after Le Clerc, 1810
RMKGKRKY–Illustration from the Russian satirical journal Plamia (Flame) depicting a red handgun, 1905.
RMEGT139–1915 Satirical Political Cartoon showing Militarism stirring a pot that ambition, jealousy, barbarism and hatred is being added to. The resulting brew is supposed to bring Harmony, Love and universal Peace, 1915
RF2FMKRTB–France – geographical fun. Illustrated satirical / cartographic map. Published in London by the firm of Hodder and Stoughton in 1869.
RMGG2BNN–Satirical cartoon by Paul Ordner 1938 Chinese-Japanese war
RF2GGP7Y5–A satirical cartoon from Punch magazine showing the ghost of Jack the Ripper roaming the Whitechapel district of London, symbolizing the 'murderous Crime--the Nemesis of Neglect,' i.
RM2CGDPK4–Satirical print about Napoleon entitled 'The Corsican and his blood hounds at the window of the Thuilleries looking over Paris' by Thomas Rowlandson (1757-1827), 1815
RMG3B11Y–Prussian General: a satirical view Date: 1862
RMG4WD07–TV presenter Daisy Donovan, of the satirical programme The 11 O'Clock Show, arriving at the 1999 British Comedy Awards, held at London TV Centre, London.
RMDRHEKY–Satirical drawing of a rural St. John's Feast after an 18th century work.
RM2K02KKH–satirical Cartoon showing the Russian Provisional Government at work
RMCPT43A–JOHN BULL 'The protector of the oppressed' 1915 French satirical cartoon
RMERG2HM–Dutch satirical engraving entitled 'The Papal Pyramid'. The Papacy is represented as a pyramid of serpents being struck on the
RMMC6M7F–Clowns and Fools. The union of Churchman, Devil and Fool. Satirical woodcut print of circa 1500. Sometimes linked with Durer, the print is anonymous.
RMBA7TF1–Muentzer, Thomas, 1489 - 27.5.1525, German clergyman, portrait, satirical copper engraving, 17th century, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMC46MRF–Soviet anti-Nazi poster with satirical illustration (litho)
RMF6N4TT–German satirical illustrations 1950: A lion anthropomorphized
RME0XA3F–Jan. 01, 1966 - A satirical workshop: becomes a wod-firm in Wiesbaden - Erbenheim, when the well known painter - couple Waltrau
RMCBDRXC–Satirical Cartoon & Portrait of Queen Victoria on Sixtieth Jubilee of her Reign. Cover of French Satirical Magazine, 'Le Rire', June 1897
RFDF3ATP–The Sauteufel devil, German satirical pamphlet, 17th century
RMTC23YE–Cover of the Russian satirical journal Bomby, with illustration depicting two men playing chess, 1905. ()
RM2AHX4G9–The Scots holding their young King's nose to the grindstone. 17th Century satirical cartoon
RF2FMKRTN–Russia – geographical fun. Illustrated satirical / cartographic map. Published in London by the firm of Hodder and Stoughton in 1869.
RMGG2BA1–Satirical cartoon by Kelen on Churchill c.1930 Great Britain
RM2GGP780–New and Becoming Styles of Headdresses, satirical cartoon by Thomas Nast (1840-1902). At center, a woman is holding a child on top of her head, surrounded by four vignette views of 'new' hairstyles. Harper's Weekly, 1867.
RM2BTJPNJ–Samuel Butler (1613–1680) by Gilbert Soest, oil on canvas, c.1675. Butler was a 17thC English poet and satirist, known for his long satirical poem 'Hudibras' and the satirical novel, 'Erewhon'.
RMG374RM–PAUL WHITEHEAD satirical writer of Twickenham Date: 1710 - 1774
RMG7RGRA–Satirical artist Kaya Mar shows off his latest painting as journalists, politicians and demonstrators gather on Abingdon Green outside the Houses of Parliament in London following Chancellor George Osborne's Budget statement.
RMBRKT8K–John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, 1647 to 1680. English Libertine poet, writer of satirical and bawdy poetry.
RM2A25BJN–French satirical Illustration, depicting protest by winegrowers 1909
RM2G6HECK–KLADDERADATSCH Satirical German magazine from July 1914 mocking French colonial soldiers
RMERGAB3–'Cromwell pypeth unto Fairfax' - a satirical Cavalier playing card from the seventeenth century.
RMMC84X7–Print of circa 1500, depicting in satirical terms the union of Churchman, Devil and Fool. The print is anonymous, but is sometimes linked with Durer.
RMBJGE2B–Louis II, 25.8.1845 - 13.6.1886, King of Bavaria 10.3.1864 - 13.6.1886, death, satirical leaflet, 1886, ,
RMDWMYTA–July 9, 1892 issue of Judge, a weekly satirical magazine published in the United States from 1881 to 1947.
RMF6N1E0–German satirical illustrations 1950: A woman with a dog
RME0Y7H6–Jan. 01, 1969 - ''Quartett im Bett'' is the title of a gay and satirical film, directed by Ulrich Schamoni (first success 'ES'). The film is now running in the German cinemas. Photo shows Dagmar Lassander and Karl B. Dall in a scene of the new film.
RMBE31BK–The landing of Christopher Columbus - A satirical look
RFDJHBFH–The Sauteufel devil, German satirical pamphlet, 17th century
RMTC24B9–Cover image from the Russian satirical journal Bich, depicting a defiant, jailed nun, 1917. ()
RM2DD416A–Vintage engraving of The Matrimonial Tattersalls, 1847, by John Leech (caricaturist) caricatures of Victorians. Satirical auction of brides and groom
RF2FMKRTH–Italy – geographical fun. Illustrated satirical / cartographic map. Published in London by the firm of Hodder and Stoughton in 1869.
RMGG2CA8–Satirical cartoon by Arnold in 'Simplicissimus': the problems of Europe 1933 Germany
RMT96KMC–William Buckland, from satirical etching by T. Sopwith, in the Costume of the Glaciers. William Buckland (March 12, 1784 - August, 14 1856) the English geologist and paleontologist who wrote the first full account of a fossil dinosaur, which he called 'megalosaurus,' or 'great lizard.' He was a pioneer in the use of fossilized feces, for which he coined the term coprolites, to reconstruct ancient ecosystems.
RMW3C1XK–WWII satirical cartoon - The Allies (British and American soldiers) symbolically spanking Germany
RMG3885K–Affectionately satirical view of a navigator, or navvy Date: 1855
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