"The Idle Prentice return'd from Sea in a Garret with a common Prostitute"  Copper engraving by Thomas Cook (1744-(45)- 1818)  from the Series "Industry and Idleness" Number 7 (from 12)  From the English satirist with a sharp humor William Hogarth (1697-1764).  Published in London, 1802  Original antique print

Professions, Genre, William Hogarth, Thomas Cook, Prostitute, Sailor

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"The Idle Prentice return'd from Sea in a Garret with a common Prostitute"

Copper engraving by Thomas Cook (1744-(45)- 1818)

from the Series "Industry and Idleness" Number 7 (from 12)

From the English satirist with a sharp humor William Hogarth (1697-1764).

Published in London, 1802

Original antique print  

The useless sailor returns from sea and spends his time in the attic with a prostitute.

A few signs of age and use in margin. Very fine image.

IMAGE: 25,2 x 33,7 cm 

 


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