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Print (Engraving) of Bedlam (Bethleham Royal Hospital, London), The Rake's Progress, by Thomas Cook, after William Hogarth, English, 1797

preview image for Print (Engraving) of Bedlam (Bethleham Royal Hospital, London), The Rake's Progress, by Thomas Cook, after William Hogarth, English, 1797
Inventory Number: 28582
Object Type:
Persons: William Hogarth (Artist)
Thomas Cook (Engraver)
Date Created: 1797
Place Created: England United Kingdom Europe
Subject Classification(s): Prints Collection  
Accession Number: 2001-4/1
Brief Description: Formerly a plate in a book, this print shows the interior of a lunatic asylum, including the portrayal of an individual considering the problem of longitude with the aid of a drawing of a globe with poles marked.
Primary Inscriptions: See narratives
Provenance: Presented by Frank Manasek in 2001.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Paper
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
413 540 mm

Narratives

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