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Pigeon shooting

1828

Print after Henry Alken

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Title

Pigeon shooting

Date

1828

Artist

Print after Henry Alken

Description

A group of men, on the left, some conversing, others with rifles shooting towards birds on the right. 1828. Hand-coloured aquatint with etching.
Additional Makers: Print maker - Richard Gilson Reeve
Inscription: Lettered below image with title and: "Drawn & Etched by H. Alken./ Aquata. by R.G.Reeve./ This Plate represents THE MEMBER OF THE RED-HOUSE CLUB Shooting for the Gold Cup (1828)/ Dedicated by Permission to the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Red House Club by their Obedient Humble Servant, BENJN. BARLING./ 23. Broad Street, Golden Square."
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Battersea Fields, London, England

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