Costume of Hogs Norton, How a Man May Shoot His Own Wig, and The Maid of Mim
Thomas Rowlandson British
After George Murgatroyd Woodward British
Not on view
Four plates on one sheet. At upper left, "How a Man May Shoot His Own Wig," a man holds a gun and a damaged wig, while his fellow sportsmen, who have tricked him into thinking it was a hare, look on. At upper right, "The Maid of Mim," two Londoners in riding clothes stare at an old barmaid who enters the room with a jug of ale. At lower left, "A back front View of Miss Dickinson's New Dress," a woman wears an elaborate dress over a petticoat. At lower right, "The Morning Dress of a Lady and Gentleman of Hogs Norton," a woman talks to a yokel under a tree.