Not currently on display at the V&A

Caractacus led in Trumph through the Streets of Rome

Cartoon
1843 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Reduced version of the cartoon 'Caractacus led in Triumph through the Streets of Rome'.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Drawing on board
Brief Description
Reduced copy of the cartoon 'Caractacus led in Triumph through the Streets of Rome', George Frederick Watts, 1843
Physical Description
Reduced version of the cartoon 'Caractacus led in Triumph through the Streets of Rome'.
Dimensions
  • Height: 50.5in (Note: taken from departmental notes)
  • Width: 77in (Note: taken from departmental notes)
Credit line
Given by Lord Northbourne
Object history
The cartoon was submitted in the competition for the decoration of Westminster Hall, 1843. After the competition it was cut into sections, of which the V&A has three (CIRC.476-1920, E.3931-1920, E.3932-1920), as well as a reduced copy of the complete cartoon (CIRC.475-1920).
Associated Objects
Bibliographic Reference
Taken from Departmental Circulation Register 1920
Collection
Accession Number
CIRC.475-1920

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record createdJuly 1, 2009
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