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Two male figures, one with a large cocked hat and a quizzing glass
A caricature drawing of two men, the dandified one in the hat apparently of higher social status than the other with his tongue partly out to the side of his mouth. They may well be copies of, or at least based on, the popular and widely reproduced series of 'Human Passions Delineated' of 1773, by the Lancashire-born comic draughtsman and writer John Collier (alias 'Tim Bobbin', 1708-86). Collier's main route for disseminating them was through taverns, which may be where Bray saw examples.
Gabriel Bray (1750-1823)
Original size: 148 mm x 160 mm
- Image reference: PT2043
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London