Contemporary Visual Satire

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Contemporary Visual Satire

Thomas Rowlandson, The Gaming Table at Devonshire House (1791); Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art


James Gillray, Modern Hospitality; -or- A Friendly Party in High Life (31 March 1792); Courtesy of the British Museum


Lady Godina's Rout:-or-Peeping-Tom Spying out Pope-Joan (12 March 1796); Courtesy of the Library of Congress


James Gillray, Exaltation of Faro’s Daughters (12 May 1796); Courtesy of the British Museum


Richard Newton, Female Gamblers in the Pillory (13 May 1796); Courtesy of the British Museum


James Gillray, Cocking the Greeks (16 May 1796); Courtesy of the British Museum


Isaac Cruikshank, Faro’s Daughters, or the Kenyonian blowup to Gamblers (May 1796); Courtesy of the British Museum


Isaac Cruikshank, Dividing the Spoil! (20 May 1796); Courtesy of the British Museum


James Gillray, The Loss of the Faro Bank; or, the Rook’s Pigeon’d (February 1797); Courtesy of the British Museum


James Gillray, Discipline à la Kenyon (March 1797); Courtesy of the British Museum


Richard Newton, Over Weight - or the Sinking Fund - or the Downfall of Faro (March 1797); Courtesy of the British Museum

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