Dancing Skeletons, Bibliotheca Spenceriana
Thomas Frognall Dibdin, 1815
Exclusive Portico Library print. All proceeds from the sale of this print contribute to The Portico Library’s non-profit public programme.
A3 Colour print on 250gsm white card, reproduced from the original at The Portico Library.
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