Quaker in Love
Thomas Rowlandson British
Related dramatist Charles Dibdin British
Not on view
Text below this print associates the scene with Charles Dibdin's comic opera "The Quaker." The lines comes from a song used by the mian character uses to propose marriage. Rowlandson shows the main character outside a house placing his hand on the offered breast of a buxom young woman. Two women watch the scene from an open window above as a short, stocky man walks away at left near a sign lettered "Man traps placed in these grounds."