Special and Named Printed Collections

Prints in the Walter Blaikie Collection on deposit in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Title:The Agreeable Contrast
Description:10 1/4x 6 1/8 A Picture of Duke of Cumberland standing with an elephant and a young woman and on ther other side a man with a greyhound and a young woman in taran dress. Trees and a large classical styled building are in the background. Handwritten text on the page: "Shews that a Grehound is more agreeable than an Elephant, & a Genteel personage more agreeably Pleasing than a Clumsey one, a Country Lass is better than a town trollop and that Flora was better pleased than Fanny to be had of the author in Bromley Street"
Subject:Satires, Caricatures, Incidents Etc. Etc.
Medium:Engraving on paper
Height:15.60 cm
References:BM Satires Vol. III No. 2833 Ph. By Tom Scott H/1973 WB 102
Artist:W. Eterstein
Engraver:W. Eterstein

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