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Impression from a tankard belonging to Clare Market Artists' Club.


RCIN 812336

The Clare Market Artists’ Club met at the Bull’s Head Tavern near Drury Lane in London. This print is said to have been taken from an engraving on a tankard made for the club by Hogarth, who was a member. The central scene may show the discovery of the thirteenth-century artist Giotto as a young shepherd, drawing on the ground with a stick. In the Royal Collection by 1845 Cat. 77

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