English Society. Sketched by George du Maurier. Click on image to enlarge it.. From
“Oh, papa, we’ve all quite made up our minds never to marry, now we’ve got this beautiful house and garden!
(Papa has taken this beautiful house and garden solely with the view of tempting eligible young men to come and play lawn-tennis, etc., etc.)
Selected du Maurier Cartoons on Courtship & Marriage
- Daylight Wisdom
- What Induced Him to Marry Her?
- Neighbourly Compliments
- Unconscious Cynicism
- Nous Avons Changé Tout Cela
- Things One Would Have Expressed Differently
- Love's Labour Lost
- Feminine Perversity
- The Mother of Invention
- Perils of Aesthetic Culture
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English Society. Sketched by George du Maurier. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1897.
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