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|Collection:||Fine Art Prints and Drawings|
|Date:||1785 - 1790|
|Watercolourist:||Thomas Rowlandson - View biography for Thomas Rowlandson|
Greed and corruption among the learned professions were often satirised in eighteenth-century caricature, and Rowlandson contributed his share to the genre. The gluttony and drunkenness of the clergy was a favourite topic.
|Presented by J Leslie Wright 1953, received on his death, 1954.|
|Production Period:||18th century|
|Medium:||Pen and watercolour over pencil on laid paper.|