After the painting "The Bagnio" in the National Gallery, London. Title engraved below image. In lower left corner: Size of picture 3 ft. by 2 ft. 4 in. Sheet trimmed to plate mark. CtY-LW No. 5 in a series of 6 images. Series title engraved below image. Copy of: Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires, v. 3, no. 2748. Copy of: Paulson, R. Hogarth's graphic works (3rd ed.), no. 162. Copy of: Paulson, R. Hogarth's graphic works (1st ed.), no. 232.
In a bedroom of The Bagnio, the mortally-wounded Earl leans on a table, the countess kneeling before him with clasped hands. Behind her on the right Silvertongue escapes through the window. On the left the watchmen stand in the doorway with startled expressions. The floor is strewn with clothing including a hooped petticoat, masks, the countess's shoes and her stays. The painting above the door, the mural on the back wall, and the portrait near the window illustrate the theme.
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764, artist. John and Josiah Boydell (Firm), publisher. Perrins, Charles William Dyson,--1864-1958--Ownership. Steevens, George,--1736-1800--Ownership.
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