A bill of fare for Bond Street epicures!! [graphic] / Woodward del. ; Rowlandson sc.

By Thomas Tegg, No. 111 Cheapside
[not before 25 October 1808]
Physical Description:
1 print : etching with stipple on wove paper, hand-colored ; sheet 24.7 x 35.2 cm
Title etched below image.
Later state, with first half of imprint statement burnished from plate.
Date of publication based on complete imprint on earlier state: Pubd. October 25, 1808, by Thos. Tegg, No. 111 Cheapside. Cf. No. 11143 in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires, v. 8.
Plate also reissued in 1809; see: Grego, J. Rowlandson the caricaturist, v. 2, pages 166-7.
Plate numbered "188" in upper right corner.
Plate from: Woodward, G.M. Caricature magazine, or Hudibrastic mirror. London : Thomas Tegg, [1808?], v. 3.
Also issued separately.
Sheet trimmed within plate mark.
Cf. Grego, J. Rowlandson the caricaturist, v. 2, page 90.
Temporary local subject terms: Female costume, 1808 -- Reference to Bond Street -- Parasols -- Sunshade -- Fur stole -- Fur muff.
Myers; May 1942.
Bound in the set of five volumes, formerly owned by Henry Arthur Johnstone. Binding: red morocco with his initials stamped in gold on the front cover in a shield with crossed swords and three floral stamps above and one below; also four floral stamps on spine with volume number and spine title in gold: The caricature magazine. Leather endpapers with his ex libris blind stamped on front flyleaf -- a boat with large sail, with a cutout in the shape of the sun in upper left.
1 print : etching with stipple on wove paper, hand-colored ; plate mark 24.4 x 35.2 cm, on sheet 25.6 x 41.8 cm.
Leaf 1 in volume 3.
"Seven women (five isolated figures), probably representing courtesans who paraded in Bond Street, arranged in two rows, each with a caption: 'A La Mode Beef' stout, fashionable, and flamboyant, a small sunshade dangling from her hand. 'Rump of Beef' plainly dressed, fat, and with flexed knees. B'reast of Veal', with projecting breasts much exposed. 'Veal Cutlets', two simpering girls walking arm-in-arm. 'Baron of Beef', a vast woman, walking aggressively, wearing a fur stole, her hands in a muff. 'Pork Sausage', a long thin woman."--British Museum online catalogue, description of an earlier state.
Associated Names:
Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827 [Printmaker]
Tegg, Thomas, 1776-1845 [Publisher]
Woodward, G. M. approximately 1760-1809 [Artist]
Johnstone, Henry Arthur
Etchings -- England -- London -- 1808
Satires (Visual works) -- England -- 1808
Content Type:
Prints & Photographs
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Source Title:
Caricature magazine, or, Hudibrastic mirror
Call Number:
Folio 75 W87 807 v.3
Orbis Record:
Yale Collection:
Lewis Walpole Library
Digital Collection:
Lewis Walpole Library
Local Record Number:
Digital version