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'Reynard's last shift', hand-coloured mezzotint after John Collet. A fox, pursued by hounds and a genteel hunting party, takes refuge in a farmer's cottage; the inhabitants beat at them with brooms.

The Scandalous Lady W - based on Lady Seymour Worsley the portrait The Lady in Red

'The Scandalous Lady W' ( Seymour Worsley), late Century, England. BBC Two, 2015 / Natalie Dormer stars as Lady Seymour Worsley (C) Wall to Wall Productions Ltd - Photographer: Laurence Cendrovitz

Two Privateers attacking a Man of War, c. 1783, Museum Number, 1935,0522.1.19. British Museum.

'Two privateers attacking a Man of War', c. hand-coloured mezzotint published by Carington Bowles. Two courtesans 'board' a uniformed military officer.

Lewis Walpole Library. Image ID:  lwlpr09927  Call Number:  800.03.12.04  Creator:  Cruikshank, Isaac, 1756?-1811?, printmaker.  Title:  Taking an emetic ICk.  Published:  [London] : Published by S.W. Fores, No.50 Piccadilly, March 12, 1800.

Image ID: Call Number: Creator: Cruikshank, Isaac, printmaker. Title: Taking an emetic ICk. Published: [London] : Published by S.

Richard Newton.Satire on fashion: a man with a huge hat viewing through a monocle a woman of extreme thinness.  28 July 1797  British Museum

Satire on fashion: a man with a huge hat viewing through a monocle a woman of extreme thinness.

Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, comte de Caylus | Flower Vendor | The Met

Flower Vendor Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus (French, Date: 1738 (Short petticoat, kerchief entirely out of jacket in the front.

c.1778. Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection

he Manchester hero, or, Arts yield to arms from the original picture by John Collet in the possession of Carington Bowles.

A pleasing method of rouzing the Doctor - or a Tythe Pig no bad sight 1775, Satire: a maid-servant tickles the nose of a sleeping country parson with the tail of a suckling pig, that has just been delivered by a boy who watches from the door in the background to right. 1775  "Printed for Carington Bowles, at his Map & Print Warehouse, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London. Published as the Act directs [date erased]". Numbered bl 328. British Museum 1935,0522.1.221

Full: Front Satire: a maid-servant tickles the nose of a sleeping country parson with the tail of a suckling pig that has just been delivered by a boy who looks through the door. 1775 Hand-coloured mezzotint © The Trustees of the British Museum

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