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|12 Feb 1782
|A street scene with a coffee house on the left and a wax works on the right. Above the door of the wax works is a sign which reads 'The Taking of ST EUSTATIA'. In the foreground, from right to left: a newspaper boy carries a paper marked 'noon', two concerned-looking men converse, a third, with an angry expression, walks towards a beggar on crutches. A man and his son walk into the wax works, and a man wearing glasses sits on the pavement outside. In the background there is a street of terraced houses. Available on CD 157
|Derbyshire Record Office
|Woodward, George Murgatroyd (1765-1809)
|George Murgatroyd Woodward (1765-1809), artist and writer
|G M Woodward Invt and Execut : February the 12th 1782
|Coloured drawing. Size 243 x 186 mm.
|A digital copy can also be viewed on the public computers at the record office.