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A Rake's Progress; plate II of VIII
'A Rake's Progress', 1735; plate II of VIII. Tom Rakewell is at his morning levee, attended by hangers on of various professions. At the rake's feet is a jockey holding a race cup and to the left are a dancing master and a garden designer holding a plan, identified as Charles Bridgeman. The composer seated at the piano represents George Frederic Handel.
- Image ref: 1237260
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)