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MORNING CALL 1853
MORNING CALL

The London chimney sweep was the archetype of the urban child labourer. This is probably not an original design, but adopted from some other picture with Baxter additions.
The house at which this early caller is visiting is No. 11, and there is a brass plate on the door bearing the words "G. Baxter, Offices No. 12".
Baxter's premises were in Northampton Square.

FIRST IMPRESSION

THE PARTING LOOK

THE RECONCILIATION
THE GARDENER'S SHED
MORNING CALL
THE DOGS OF ST. BERNARD
LAKE LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND
SUMMER, AFTER W.E. JONES
 

WINTER, AFTER W.E. JONES