Woman clinging to an annoyed man's legs - Illustration

Daughter, 1890-1899, 19th Century, 19th Century Style, Activity

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Upload date:March 11, 2014


“For goodness’ sake, let go my legs!” mutters an annoyed man through gritted teeth at the young woman at his feet. From “The Pocket Ibsen - A Collection of Some of the Master’s Best-Known Dramas - Condensed, Revised and Slightly Re-Arranged for the Benefit of the Earnest Student” by F Anstey, with illustrations by Bernard Partridge. Published in 1895 by William Heinemann, London.
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