"The Harlot's Progress"
25238
"The Harlot's Progress"
'In high keeping by a Jew', plate II of "The Harlot's Progress"; Mary Hackabout, now the mistress of a wealthy London Jew, kicks over a table to divert his attention, while her more handsome lover slips quietly out of the room.
1732
London Metropolitan Archives
Hogarth Collection
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Fourth and final state of plate. One of a set of six plates, see Record Nos: 25237-25242.
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