The Head Ache

George Cruikshank British
After Captain Frederick Marryat British
Publisher George Humphrey British

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Cruikshank physically embodies the pains of a severe headache as a group small demons who here attack a man collapsed in a chair next to a fireplace, holding a bottle of medicine.

The Head Ache, George Cruikshank (British, London 1792–1878 London), Hand-colored etching

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