William Hogarth 1761 engraving The March to Finchley. Etched and engraved on paper by Luke Sullivan and William Hogarth, after the painting by William Hogarth. Beautifully framed and matted. Very good condition. Engraved annotations read: A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland, in the Year 1745.|Painted by Willm. Hogarth & Publish'd Decbr 31st. 1750. According to Act of Parliament|Engrav'd by Luke Sullivan|Retouched and Improved by Wm. Hogarth, republish'd June 12th. 1761|To His MAJESTY the KING of PRUSSIA, an Encourager of ARTS and SCIENCES! Transferred from the reference collection 1973 PROVENANCE Unknown LITERATURE Paulson 1970, I, pp.277–80, no.237, II, pl.277.
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