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"The Harlot's Progress"
"The Harlot's Progress"
25237
"The Harlot's Progress"
'Innocence betrayed, or the journey to London', plate I of "The Harlot's Progress"; shows Mary Hackabout arriving at the Bell Inn, Wood Street. She is greeted by Mother Needham, a notorious procuress. Col. Francis Charteris, gambler, seducer and rapist stands in the doorway.
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.
engraving
paper
56cms
street scene/satire
p5448484
Approximate