Inscription in pencil at lower left reads "? D.M. or C.K."
Title supplied by cataloger.
Proof of a wood engraving after a cartoon by Charles Keene for F.C. Burnand's "How, when, and where?, or, The modern tourist's guide to the continent," published in Punch, Nov. 28, 1863, p. 222; Burnand's work with Keene's illustrations later published in book form as: Tracks for tourists. London : Bradbury and Evans, 1864.
Ilustration shows the Baron berating his daughter who stands withs her clasped hands held to her chest.