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- Object: The G...e affair or a friend in earnest.
A bedroom scene. On a sofa at the foot of a bed (right) Lady Graves sits on the Duke of Cumberland's knee. Both see with horror the door (left) opening as a hand turns the handle. Through an open window is seen a signpost standing in a landscape; it points (left) to 'Windsor' and 'London', (right) to 'Hampton Ct' and 'Kew'. On the wall are two pictures: 'View
of C. . . . . . . . . .'[landscape] and 'Hampton Palace' [the Wren building]. c. February 1830
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Height: 243 millimetres
Width: 290 millimetres
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- (Description and comment from M. Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', XI, 1954)
See No. 16011, &c.; Cumberland lived at Kew, Lady Graves in rooms at Hampton Court.
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