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1.William Hogarth, “Satire on False Perspective” (1754). The British Museum © The Trustees of the British Museum.61
2.Anon., “Robert Boyle’s Air-Pump,” from Robert Boyle, New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air, and its Effects (1660). Courtesy Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries.62
3.William Hogarth, A Harlot’s Progress, Plate 2 (1732). Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of William Gray from the collection of Francis Calley Gray, G1809.70
4.William Hogarth, A Harlot’s Progress, Plate 5 (1732). Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of William Gray from the collection of Francis Calley Gray, G1812.72
5.William Hogarth, A Rake’s Progress, Plate 8, 2nd State (1735). Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Belinda L. Randall from the collection of John Witt Randall, R5694.74
6.L. Flameng after W. P. Frith, “The End,” from The Road to Ruin (1889). The British Museum © The Trustees of the British Museum.75
7.“Tom Jones’s Journey through England and the Jacobite Invasion of 1745,” from Henry Fielding, Tom Jones. By permission of Oxford University Press.129
8.William Hunter, Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus, Table 4 (1774). Wellcome Images.158

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