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Title(s):

[Teleorama].

Published/Created:
[Austria] : [Heinrich Friedrich Müller?], [approximately 1825?]
Physical Description:
1 peepshow (7 sheets) : hand-colored lithographs ; 11 x 14 cm, 52 cm in depth (extended)
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
GV1199 G37
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Three-Dimensional Artifacts
Notes:
Title from Hyde.
Accordion-folding peepshow.
Front panel: window with Gothic tracery looking out onto trees.
Panel 1: two ladies on the left reading a book together by a spring and a woman on the right with a basket of apples on her head.
Panel 2: a house on the left and a young man with a guitar on the right, directing his attention to the upper window of the house.
Panel 3: a huntsman on the left aiming his gun at two ducks that fly towards a waterfall to the right.
Panel 4: a baker's shop on the left, the baker seated outside, and a palace or barracks on the right with a sentry at his sentry-box; a couple pass by.
Panel 5: a peacock on a perch with a monkey on the left, and a garden and a house on the right; ducks and a swan swim on the pond.
Back panel: a wide streen in a large urban setting.
Hyde, R. Paper peepshows, cat. 2
Cottage of content, or, Toys, games, and amusements of nineteenth century England, 59
Selected exhibitions: “The Cottage of Content : or, Toys, Games, and Amusements of Nineteenth Century England" (Yale Center for British Art, November 2 - December 31, 1977).
BAC: In the British Art Center copy, panel 5 (a peacock) precedes panel 4 (a baker's shop); the order is reversed in Gestetner copy described by Hyde.
Form/Genre:
Peepshows.
Tunnel books.
Recreations -- Great Britain.
Lithographs -- Hand-colored -- 1825.
Contributors:
Müller, H. F. (Heinrich Friedrich), 1779-1848, publisher.
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