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School of Art
Prints / PR3007
Weird Sisters [with part of 'The Pacific Entrance of Earl Wolf' verso]
Publisher/Manufacturer: H.G. Bohn, London
Publication Title: The Works of James Gillray from the Original Plates
Aquatint and etching in black, with hand colour in watercolour, on white wove paper
250 x 355 mm.
Purchase: Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham 2005
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Caricatures of Henry Dundas, William Pitt and Edward Thurlow as Macbeth's witches in a parody of Henry Fuseli's painting of the same subject. Nocturne with the three men viewed in profile, side by side, each with their left hand placed on their chin. Dundas wears a head scarf and Pitt a nightcap. Thurlow's wig extends into billowing clouds in a night sky. They all look towards a crescent moon which has the profiles of Queen Charlotte on the illuminated side and that of a sleeping King George III on the dark side. Hand colour in watercolour in greys and browns. Dust-ground aquatint. On the reverse is 'The Pacific Entrance of Earl Wolf' depicting a beast, wearing a crown, being paraded through cheering crowds on a horse and carriage as buildings tumble down in the background