Tom Rakewell's morning levee (his nightcap is still on his head). Engraving by T. Cook after W. Hogarth.
- Hogarth, William, 1697-1764.
- 1st June 1796
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Rakewell has become a man of the town and is surrounded by rapacious hangers-on
Prosperity, (with Harlot's smiles, most pleasing, when she most beguiles,) How soon, sweet foe, can all thy train of false, gay, frantick, loud & vain, enter the unprovided mind...Designed by W. Hogarth. Engraved by T. Cook
London (Paternoster Row) : G.G & J. Robinson, 1st June 1796.
1 print : engraving, with etching ; image 31 x 38.8 cm
R. Paulson, Hogarth's graphic works, 3 ed., London 1989, related to 
Wellcome Library no. 39248i