George Cruikshank

Born: 1792
Died: 1878
Graphic artist; draughtsman, print-maker, caricaturist. Advocate of total abstinence from alcohol. Active in London. Son of caricaturist Isaac Cruikshank (1764-1811); younger brother of caricaturist and illustrator (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856).
Works of Art: 2
Books: 2
Archives: 5
Works associated with

A Shilling well laid out....   
A Shilling well laid out....
(Isaac) Robert Cruikshank

George Cruikshank   
George Cruikshank
John & Charles Watkins

The Book of Spurs. A Series of Papers Reprinted From The Journal Of The British Archaeological Association. Forming A Catalogue To The Collection Of J. James, F.S.A.   - [London]: [ca. 1857]   
An Essay On The Genius Of George Cruikshank. With Numerous Illustrations Of His Works. (From The Westminster Review, No. LXVI.) With Additional Etchings.   - [London:] [1840]   
AND/13/23    Anderdon's biographical notes on William Mulready    [c.1870]    Item   
JU/16/23    George Cruikshank, 48 Mornington Place, to Miss Julia Pardoe    06 Nov 1855    Item   
JU/16/21    George Cruikshank, 43 Myddelton Terrace, to Barker    07 Dec 1837    Item   
GRE    Joseph Grego, papers    1769- 1855    Fonds   
RAA/SEC/14/39/1    F. G. Stephens, 10 The Terrace, Hammersmith, to [Frederick A.] Eaton    06 Feb 1878    Item