‘There’s no help for it’

William Small

Engraver not identified, but probably W. Thomas



6¼ x 4¾ inches

Illustration for The Quiver, 1869, p.697.

An unusually direct representation of labour problems in mid-Victorian Britain. Small, like Pinwell and Barnes, is a sympathetic chronicler of the life of the working-classes. [Continued below]

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