Source: Punch 31 (2 August 1856): 45.
“(A Great Liberty taken with Mr. Millais’ celebrated Picture of that Name.)”
Punch’s parody obviously uses a widely recognized work by Millais to mock something else, here parliamentary blue books and papers, rather than the painting.
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