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Dressing for the Masquerade – Laetitia flees from reflection to public entertainments

Attributed to Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, Florence 1728–1815 Lisbon)
After George Morland (British, London 1763–1804 London)
after 1811
Stipple engraving, printed in color
Sheet (trimmed within plate): 18 in. × 13 3/16 in. (45.7 × 33.5 cm)
Credit Line:
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1953
Accession Number:
Not on view
Signature: in plate below image: "Painted by G. Morland / Bartoloti Sculp."

Inscription: in plate, below image: "Dressing for the Masquerade. / Laetitia flees from reflection, to public entertainments"
Princes of Liechtenstein; Vendor: P. & D. Colnaghi & Co.
see Dawe, p. 146; D'Oench 300d (copy); Richardson 162
George Dawe, John James Foster The Life of George Morland: with an introduction and notes by J. J. Foster; illustrated by 56 plates from examples in the National and private galleries. T. Werner Laurie, London, 1909, p. 146.

Ellen D'Oench "Copper into Gold": Prints by John Raphael Smith, 1751–1812. New Haven and London, 1999, p. 228, no. 300d (copy).

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