Not currently on display at the V&A

Poster

1831 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Pictorial and typographic. Image of an elephant holding a basket of fruit in its trunk


Object details

Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
Woodcut and letterpress
Brief description
Poster advertising a variety programme featuring Mazeppa and the Wild Horse of Tartary [and] Elephant Madesmoiselle D'Jeck [and] Witch and the White Horse, or, The Old Woman of Banbury Cross at Astley's Royal Ampitheatre, London, 1831
Physical description
Pictorial and typographic. Image of an elephant holding a basket of fruit in its trunk
Dimensions
  • Poster height: 75.9cm
  • Poster width: 24.4cm
Object history
Associated Production: Mazeppa and the Wild Horse of Tartary (equestrian spectacle), Elephant Mademoiselle D'Jeck, Witch and the White Horse, or, The Old Woman of Banbury Cross (pantomime by Mr. Ducrow). Performers (equestrian): Mr. Cartlitch, Mr. Gomersal, Mr. Sloman, Mrs. Pope, Miss Woolford. Producer and costume designer: Mr. Ducrow. Astley's Royal Ampitheatre, London. 15.8.1831.
Production
7 Bridge Road, Lambeth
Collection
Accession number
S.610-1996

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Record createdAugust 3, 2010
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