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The English farmer's wife converted to a fine lady during his absence in London
[London : s.n., 1772]
1 print on laid paper : etching and stipple engraving ; sheet 12 x 18 cm.
Title etched below image. | Description based on imperfect image; sheet trimmed. | Dated by George: 1 September 1772. | Plate from: Every man's magazine or, The monthly repository of science, instruction and amusement. London : s.n., 1772, v. 2, p. 41.
Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires / Mary Dorothy George, v. 5, no. 5075
Local Subjects:
  •  Temporary local subject terms: Interiors: parlor -- Clergy -- Headdress -- Farmers -- Waggoners -- Pets: dog -- Reference to Ovid's The Art of Love.
  • Form / Genre:
  •  Satires (Visual works) - England - 1772.
  • Periodical illustrations - England - 1772.
  • Etchings - England - London - 1772.
  • Stipple engravings - England - London - 1772.
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