“A large chamber-pot, cracked, stands (left) supported by the legs of Mrs. Jordan. The Duke of Clarence has thrust his head and shoulders within a fissure in the ‘Jordan’, singing a chanty, “Yeo! Yee! Yeo!” He is in back view and wears striped sailor’s trousers; his naval coat with its star hangs on the wall (right).”–British Museum online catalogue.
- Printmaker: Gillray, James, 1756-1815, printmaker.
- Title: Lubber’s-hole, alias, The crack’d Jordan [graphic].
- Publication: [London : Pubd. Novr. 1st, 1791, by H. Humphrey, N. 18 Old Bond Street, 1 November 1791]
Acquired October 2015