"A Rake's Progress"
Record No
25244
Title
"A Rake's Progress"
Description
Plate II of "A Rake's Progress"; shows Tom Rakewell at his morning levee, attended by hangers on of various professions.

At the rake's feet is a jockey holding a race cup and to the left are a dancing master and a garden designer holding a plan, identified as Charles Bridgeman. The composer seated at the piano represents George Frederic Handel.
Date of execution
1735
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Hogarth Collection
Artist
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Engraver
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Notes
Fourth and final state of plate. One of a set of eight plates, see Record Nos: 25228-25232 & 25243-25245.
Medium
engraving
Support
paper
Longest dimension
56cms
Shortest dimension
48cms
Picture type
satire
Catalogue No
p5435139
Subjects
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