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George Cruikshank - art, alcohol and satire

Inspired by Cruikshank's love and hate of the bottle, Britain's cartoonist laureate Martin Rowson has created an interactive map of London's watering holes. Follow this link to click on the map to find out where artists have relaxed, socialised and collaborated to draw inspiration for their works.

Posted by Cynthia on September 26, 2007 at 08:37 AM in Art, Britain, Drinking Spaces | Permalink