The close view of the exterior of the building shows the detail of the alternating flowered ceramic tiles with plain white tiles as well as two small cupids that sit on a ledge. A vertical stained glass window is also shown.
A group of standing men, all wearing gray frock coats, are the predominate feature of the painting. An older woman and a child are to the right and in the background are three more figures.
Two women in ruffled gowns are at the center of the action next to a donkey carrying the flower seller's baskets. General merrymaking takes place behind and beside the women. A couple at the right side of the painting are seated and appear to be chatting.
Queen Victoria, a lion picking his teeth, a unicorn, coat of arms, champagne, flags, meat on a platter, seascape, boats in the distance are all pictured in this satirical cartoon from the weekly magazine, St. Stephen's Review.
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