Watercolour sketch for Anstey's Bath Guide No. 35 c.1815
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The fair Jezabella what art can adorn, Whose cheeks are like roses that blush in ye morn, Those hopes which Venus might take as a favour, Tell a victim at once to an outlandish shaver. Tis a wig en vergette, that from Paris was brought, Un tÌ»te comme il faut, that the varlet has bought, Of a beggar, whose head he has shav'd for a groat. A series of 63 clever humorous original watercolour drawings. Sneyd's Illustrations to Christopher Anstey's The Bath Guide original coloured drawings c.1815.
B741.59 SNE p35
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