Miss Jessie on Crinolines

Miss Jessie on Crinolines

Signed “[?] Houghton 93”


Fun 57-58 (1 March 1893): 93.

In this arrange frequently used in Fun, the artist places a single large, realistically drawn picture at in the upper right or left quadrant and fills the rest of the page with smaller images, which often are done a style closer to cartoons than book illustrations. — George P. Landow

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Related material

  • The Crinoline Scare (another Fun series)
  • What women wore — skirs, 1870s — 1890s
  • Victorian undergarments
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