Home > Artists > Harry Furniss > Artwork

(click image to enlarge)

Codlin and Short In the Churchyard Codlin, a Man of a Careful and Cautious Look, Was Binding Together a Small Gallows with Thread, While Short, a Little Merry-Faced Man with a Red Nose, Was Fixing a Wig, with the Aid of a Small Hammer, and Some Tacks, Upon the Head of the Radical Neighbour

Harry Furniss (1854-1925)


Pen and ink

13 ¾ x 8 ¾ inches

Charles Dickens, The Old Curiosity Shop and Hard Times, London: Educational Book Co, 1912 (Charles Dickens Library Volume 5), Facing Page 128

'The Illustrators. The British Art of Illustration 1837-2012', November 2012-January 2013, No 29

Related Artwork