A pillar of the Church with it's proper capital. [graphic]
Lewis Walpole Library > A pillar of the Church with it's proper capital. [graphic]
- A pillar of the Church with it's proper capital. [graphic]
- Darly, Matthias, approximately 1720-approximately 1778, printmaker
- Darly, Matthias, approximately 1720-approximately 1778, publisher.
- Published / Created
- [1 April 1772]
- Publication Place
- Pub. by MDarly, Strand, April 1st, 1772, accor. to act
"A man, stout and elderly, dressed as a bishop stands facing three-quarter to left. His right hand holds a tasselled mortar-board. He wears a silk gown, lawn sleeves, a pair of bands and an enormous wig. At the top of the plate is engraved, "Bishop of Eider Down"."--British Museum online catalogue
Title from caption below image.
Initial letters of publisher's name in imprint form a monogram. M. Darly for Mary Darly or Matthew (or Matthias) Darly the printmaker? See British Museum catalogue.
For later state with additional numbering, see no. 5003 in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires / Mary Dorothy George, v. 5.
Text above image: Bishop of Eider Down.
Plate numbered "23" in upper right corner.
- 1 print : plate mark 17.9 x 12.7 cm, on sheet 19.0 x 13.4 cm
- Extent of Digitization
- This object has been no.
- [State without volume number].
- Lewis Walpole Library
- Call Number
- Folio 72 771 D37 v.2 plate 23
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
Caricatures and cartoons
Satires (Visual works) England 1772
Etchings England London 1772
- etching ; and laid paper.
- Resource Type
- still image
- Subject (Geographic)
- Subject (Name)
- Traill, James, -1783
- Subject (Topic)
Clothing & dress
Traill, James, -1783 > Caricatures and cartoons
Clothing & dress > England > 1770-1780
Dandies > British
England > 1772
England > London > 1772
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