|Caption||Martin Folkes. Engraving by T Cook after W Hogarth. Martin Folkes (1690–1754) was a mathematician and antiquarian. He was president of the Royal Society from 1741 to 1753, and was a vice-president of the Foundling Hospital. Created August 1st 1802. Contributors: William Hogarth (1697–1764); Thomas Cook (approximately 1744–1818). Work ID: xz23nkxz.|
|Artwork medium||engraving, with etching|
|Martin Folkes Engraving Cook Hogarth Engravings William Hogarth Thomas Cook|
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|YW049301V||2,302 x 3,094 pixels||0|
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