After Hogarth's 1746 painting: Moses brought before Pharaoh's daughter. One of a set of four paintings for the Council Room of the Foundling Hospital. Title from Paulson. Fourth state with Warton's lines omitted; second and third 'and' written as ampersands. See Paulson. Printing date from Paulson.
Pharaoh's daughter (Thermuthis) greets Moses who stands grasping the belt of his birth mother (Jochebed) as a man fills her hand with coins. Behind them in the distance is a sphinx and pseudo-Egyptian buildings. Behind the pharaoh's daugther a black servant whispers into the ear of a female attendant.
And the child grew, & she brought him unto Pharaoh's daughter, & he became her son. And she called his name Moses
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