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Marriage a la mode (Plate III)

London : William Hogarth, 1745.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving ; 36 x 45 cm.

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Third in series of six engravings depicting the dissolution of a marriage conceived of greed and vanity. In this scene, the husband, having contracted venereal disease, accompanied by his grieving mistress, visits a quack doctor (identified by John Misaubin) and female accomplice. Icons of death, such as skulls, skeletons, anatomical dissections, surround the figures.

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<p>Third in series of six engravings depicting the dissolution of a marriage conceived of greed and vanity. In this scene, the husband, having contracted venereal disease, accompanied by his grieving mistress, visits a quack doctor (identified by John Misaubin) and female accomplice. Icons of death, such as skulls, skeletons, anatomical dissections, surround the figures.</p>
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Marriage a la mode (Plate III)

London : William Hogarth, 1745.

<p>Third in series of six engravings depicting the dissolution of a marriage conceived of greed and vanity. In this scene, the husband, having contracted venereal disease, accompanied by his grieving mistress, visits a quack doctor (identified by John Misaubin) and female accomplice. Icons of death, such as skulls, skeletons, anatomical dissections, surround the figures.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving ; 36 x 45 cm.

ABSTRACT

Third in series of six engravings depicting the dissolution of a marriage conceived of greed and vanity. In this scene, the husband, having contracted venereal disease, accompanied by his grieving mistress, visits a quack doctor (identified by John Misaubin) and female accomplice. Icons of death, such as skulls, skeletons, anatomical dissections, surround the figures.

No MeSH data available.