Work Number: 596 * Date of Printing: 1833 * Medium: Engraving (B&W) * Subject Category: Social & Historical Settings * Signed: Unsigned * Period Created: Romantic (1800 - 1899) * Plate Size HxWxD cm: Leaf Paper Size HxW cm: 27 x 19.8 * Style: Original Vintage * Print on Verso: Blank on verso * Condition: Excellent, with minor foxing * Edition Type: Open Edition * Paper Type: Woven
1833 "The Rake's Progress - Plate 3 - Tavern Scene; ". Theater scene of grotesque laughing faces and prostitutes in the gallery.
Engraved by J.Moore from the original of William Hogarth / The London printing and publishing company. Engraved by W. H. Worthington, January 01, 1833. Slight foxing around edges of paper, although in excellent condition.
From "The Works of William Hogarth in a series of Engravings with Descriptions and Comments on their Moral Tendency by the Rev. John Trusler", published by Jones and Co., 1833