A dishevelled Tom Rakewell in the gambling house, the obsessed gamblers are unaware of a fire breaking out in the …

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A dishevelled Tom Rakewell in the gambling house, the obsessed gamblers are unaware of a fire breaking out in the wainscoting. Engraving by T Cook after W Hogarth. At the centre is the rake, who having lost all his wife's fortune, has knocked over his chair and fallen to his knees, wigless and frantic, with the dog barking at him. Created Feby. 1st 1797. Contributors: William Hogarth (1697–1764); Thomas Cook (approximately 1744–1818). Work ID: rst54br3.

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