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Thomas Rowlandson (british, 1756 - 1827 ), A Cart Race, 1788


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Thomas Rowlandson (british, 1756 - 1827 ), A Cart Race, 1788

Thomas Rowlandson (british, 1756 - 1827 ), A Cart Race, 1788, Hand-colored Etching, Rosenwald Collection

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Media ID 9731249

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1756 1788 1827 Artwork Cart Etching Hand Colored Nostalgia Nostalgic Race Romantic Rowlandson Thomas Traditional

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This hand-colored etching by British artist Thomas Rowlandson takes us back to the lively streets of 18th-century England. Titled "A Cart Race" this vintage print captures a thrilling moment in time, where horse-drawn carts compete in a high-stakes race through bustling city roads. Rowlandson's illustrative technique brings the scene to life, with intricate details and vibrant colors that evoke a sense of nostalgia for an era long gone. The antique charm of this engraved image transports us to a bygone age, inviting us to immerse ourselves in its historic artistry. The composition exudes energy and excitement as we witness the intense competition between these traditional carts. With their Victorian design and aged appearance, they symbolize the rich cultural heritage of British history. This artwork serves as a window into the past, allowing us to appreciate not only Rowlandson's artistic talent but also gain insight into the transportation methods and social dynamics of that time. As we gaze upon this retro-styled masterpiece from 1788, we can't help but feel captivated by its romantic allure. It reminds us of simpler times when cart races were not just about speed but also celebrated community spirit and camaraderie. This Thomas Rowlandson print is more than just an engraving; it is a testament to our enduring fascination with history and our appreciation for art that transcends generations.

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