1792 – Born on the 27th of September.
1835 – His social caricatures of British life for popular publications such as The Comic Almanack.
1842 – Omnibus.
– The best known of these are The Bottle, 8 plates, with its sequel.
– The Drunkard’s Children, 8 plates , with the ambitious work.
– Cruikshank illustrated Sketches by Boz.
– Oliver Twist.
1845 – His lurid depictions of incidents in the rebellion were characterised by the simian-like portrayal of Irish rebels.
1871 – On the 30th of December, Cruikshank published a letter in The Times which claimed credit for much of the plot of Oliver Twist.
1790 – His work included a personification of England named John Bull who was developed in conjunction with other British satirical artists such as James Gillray, and Thomas Rowlandson.
1878 – Died on the 1st of February.