The Margate Hoy

Charles Catton, Jr. British
After Thomas Rowlandson British
Publisher S. W. Fores British

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Image derived from Rowlandson's "A Fresh Breeze" (Aug. 4, 1789) (the latter shows the royal family on board a vessel with the sail is inscribed "Southampton Frigate," and shows the king, queen, two princesses and beefeaters, all seasick.
This variation was etched by Rowlandson's friend, the young artist Charles Catton, with the passengers transformed into non-royals (first pub. by W. Hinton , 1784).

The Margate Hoy, Charles Catton, Jr. (British, London 1756–1819 New Paltz, New York), Hand-colored etching

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