The Little Green Man or The Bath Bugabo or the Widow's Terror 1802 - detail
4 0 c m
 
29cm
actual image size: 21cm x 32cm

The Little Green Man or The Bath Bugabo or the Widow's Terror 1802 - detail

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Description

O Lord the Monster. O dear the Monster. Depicted outside The Hot Bath. Pubd. Jany 1802 by S.W. Fores, 50, Piccadilly. Folios of caricatures lent out for the evening. According to George, Catalogue of Satires, the artist was Williams. The Green Man of the title is Henry Cope, a Bath eccentric who always dressed in green and even had green furniture. He jumped from a window in 1806. Although injured he survived, but was then cared for in London.
 

Image Reference

11780
 

Collection Reference

Box B Z6 IOB 1051 Detail
 

Original Width (mm)

105
 

Original Height (mm)

80
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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