This print by William Hogarth, (C1770) Robert Sayer edition is framed is a lovely birds-eye maple frame. The print is a colored engraving of "(THE MARCH TO FINCHLEY) A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland in the Year 1745." It appears the print has been attached to a backing. You can see the edges of the print. The print itself is 13 1/4" x 9". The overall measurement 19" x 15 1/2". There is some staining. The colors are dark. The subject matter of weeping wives, drunken soldiers, pie sellers and pickpockets as well as women waving from the windows of the brothel, etc. are intricately detailed. The frame is lovely in itself. In order to protect the print the wood backing should be replaced. There is glass over the print.
Antique Copper Engraving by William Hogarth, MARCH TO FINCHLEY