'Settling the odd trick', 1778, etching, published by Matthew Darly. Four middle-aged women play cards. Two of them are arguing violently while their companion laughs; the woman on the left is about to throw a candlestick.
In his print The Man of Taste William Hogarth attacks Alexander Pope, the Earl of Burlington and Burlington’s architect, William Kent. On a scaffolding the diminutive figure of Pope is seen vigorously whitewashing Burlington Gate and bespattering the passers-by, including the first Duke of Chandos, while Lord Burlington brings the whitewash Man of Taste - William Hogarth