Notes concerning spectatorship and framing:
- This street parade could be divided easily into panels. The background flattens the composition into a linear progression, and the viewer reads from left to right as she follows the parade from beginning to end.
- A few last remnants of the rowdy audience peek over the wall.
George Luks, "A Street Parade to AdvertiseMose's Incubator Show," cartoon, World 23 Jan. 1898. Reproduced from microfilm.