Brewer's Men (recto); A Whitechapel Coffee-House (verso); Thieves Gambling (verso), from "London: A Pilgrimage by Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold", from "Harper's Weekly"
Not on view
Gratefully built with ACNLPatternTool
Not on view
Use your arrow keys to navigate the tabs below, and your tab key to choose an item
Title: Brewer's Men (recto); A Whitechapel Coffee-House (verso); Thieves Gambling (verso), from "London: A Pilgrimage by Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold", from "Harper's Weekly"
Series/Portfolio: London: A Pilgrimage
Henri-Théophile Hildebrand (French, 1824–1897)
Adolphe François Pannemaker (Belgian, Brussels 1822–1900)
Auguste Joliet (French, Paris 1839–1915 Saint-Cloud)
After Gustave Doré (French, Strasbourg 1832–1883 Paris)
William Blanchard Jerrold (British, London 1826–1884 London)
Harper's Weekly (American, 1857–1916)
Date: December 7, 1872
Medium: Wood engraving
Dimensions: sheet: 15 7/8 x 10 5/8 in. (40.4 x 27 cm)
Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1928
Accession Number: 28.111.5(29)
The Met's Libraries and Research Centers provide unparalleled resources for research and welcome an international community of students and scholars.
The Met Collection API is where all makers, creators, researchers, and dreamers can connect to the most up-to-date data and public domain images for The Met collection. Open Access data and public domain images are available for unrestricted commercial and noncommercial use without permission or fee.
We continue to research and examine historical and cultural context for objects in The Met collection. If you have comments or questions about this object record, please complete and submit this form. The Museum looks forward to receiving your comments.