: In plate, below image: O Vanity of Youthfull Blood so by Misuse to poison Good! Woman, formid for social Love Fairest Gift of Powers above! / Source of every Household Blessing, All Charms in Innocence possessing. But turn’d to Vice, all Plagues above, Foe to thy Being, Foe to Love! / Guest Divine to outward Viewing, After Minister of Ruin! And thou, no less of Gift divine, Sweet Poison of Misused Wine! / With Freedom led to every Part, And secret Chamber of ye. [e superscript] Heart, Dost thou thy friendly Host betray, And shew thy riotous Gang ye. [e superscript] Way, / To enter in with covert Treason, O’erthrow the drowsy Guard of Reason, To ransack the abandon’d Place, And revel there with wild Excess? / Invented, Painted, Engrav’d & Publish’d by Wm. [m superscript] Hogarth June ye. [e superscript] 25, 1735. According to Act of Parliament. [a superscript] / Plate 3
A Space for Dialogue 94, Society Engraved, Jules Wheaton, Class of 2019, Levinson Intern, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 22-August 4, 2019.
Jules Wheaton, Class of 2019, Levinson Intern, A Space for Dialogue 94, Society Engraved, Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2019.
C. G. Boerner, New York, New York; sold to present collection, 2015.
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