A Rake’s Progress, Plate 7: Happy the Man…
Photo Credit: photo: T. Rodriguez
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A Rake’s Progress, Plate 7: Happy the Man…1735 (printed after 1761)
351 x 404 mm (13.8 x 15.9 in.)
William Hogarth, British (English), (1697–1764)
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- vices - LC sh 85143163
- plate Dimensions: 351 x 404 mm (13.8 x 15.9 in.)
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