An Election Entertainment, from 'The Works of William Hogarth', published 1833 by William Hogarth

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An Election Entertainment, from 'The Works of William Hogarth', published 1833
William Hogarth
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Bridgeman Art Library
© Bridgeman Art Library / Private Collection / Paul Freeman


from the 'Humours of an Election' series; A tavern dinner organised by Whig candidates, while the Tories protest against the adoption of the Gregorian calendar outside; A banner containing the words 'Give us our Eleven Days' lies on the floor of the tavern;

The Artist: William Hogarth

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