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Image caption: The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn
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Title:  The IDLE 'PRENCTICE Executed at Tyburn.
Item Identifier:  Accession 2007.6.1
Work Type:  engravings
Creator:  Hogarth, William (1697-1764, English), engraver
Date:  1822
Description:  Plate 11 of William Hogarth's "Industry and Idleness" series. Woman at the center of the image peddles a broadside which reads "The last dying Speech & Confesson of the Idle." Caption at bottom of print reads: "Proverbs CHAP: I. Verses: 27, 28. / When fear cometh as desolation, and their / destruction cometh as a Whirlwind; when distress cometh upon them. when they shall / call upon God, but he will not answer."
Dimensions:  plate: 27.6 x 39.9 cm
Associated Name:  Heath, William (1795-1840), publisher
Topics:  executions; satire; prints
Nationality/Culture:  British, English
Materials/Techniques:  engraving (printing process)
Note:  Series: Industry and Idleness. Plate 11.
Subject: Designed and engraved by Hogarth in 1747, published by William Heath in 1822.
Related Work:  part of Satiric Print Collection
Repository:  Harvard Law School Library
2007.6.1
Record Identifier: olvwork376724


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