Woodcut of “Grimaldi and Son” printed by John Arliss of Gutter Lane (so almost certainly Joseph Grimaldi and Joseph Samuel Grimaldi, who performed together as father and son Clowns about 1812 to 1820; Arliss was in partnership with Huntsman before 1809)
Grimaldi and Vegetable – Grimaldi and his "fugitive vegetable figure" as represented in the Harlequin "Olio" at the Covent Garden Theatre in the year 1816. Drawn by J. M. Grimshare who performed with Grimaldi in 1811 to 23 at Covent Garden, Sadlers Wells and Coburg Theatre
Joseph Grimaldi in 1819 by J.E.T. Robinson
Joseph Grimaldi at his final appearance in 1828, too weak to stand and so remaining sitting throughout the performance
The actor Joseph Grimaldi as Clown in the pantomime Harlequin and Friar Bacon by Bonnor and O’Keefe staged at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden London in 1820. Detail from hand-coloured etching by George Cruikshank (1792 – 1878), first published in the 19th century.