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School of Art
Prints / PR3006
Graces in a High Wind [with 'Matins at Downing College' verso]
Publisher/Manufacturer: H.G. Bohn, London
Publication Title: The Works of James Gillray from the Original Plates
Etching, engraving and aquatint in black, with hand colour in watercolour, on white wove paper
255 x 359 mm.
Purchase: Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham 2005
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Caricature of three fashionable women, the daughters of Sir William Manners (Louisa, Emily Frances, and Catherine Camilla), on a windy day in Kensington Gardens. The three upper class, young women wear fashionable light muslin dresses, ribboned bonnets, sashes and dainty shoes. Their wind-blown dresses hug their figures, particularly around their bottoms. Two of the women hold parasoles and the other raises a handkerchief to her nose. On the left is a small dog. In the background are wind-blown trees and bushes and some puddles on the ground. Dust-ground aquatint with most of the drawing etched with additional engraved flecks. Handcolour in watercolour, in blue, yellow, pink, green and ochres, with gold leaf / gilt for jewellery. On the reverse is 'Matins at Downing College' depicting a thin man and a large woman smoking pipes whilst lying in a four poster, curtained bed on which rests a dog and a ticket for a ball