Sitting Satyrs

G. King British

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This decorative borders was added to an authorized copy of Hogarth's "A Harlot's Progress," sold by G. King at the Golden Head in Browlow Street, Drury Lane. The work was issued shortly after Hogarth's own, to undercut cheap pirated copies and Hogarth had nothing to do with these borders.

Sitting Satyrs, G. King (British, active 1732–49), Etching and engraving

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