“Social satire; Pitt the Younger portrayed as a monkey, with regalia and his crown hanging on a chain around his neck, in a field labelled “Windsor Park”; below the image a text explains that this animal is confounding naturalists, who suppose it to be an offspring of the devil.”–British Museum online catalogue.
- Printmaker: O’Keeffe, W., active 1794-1805, printmaker.
- Title: Farmer George’s wonderful monkey [graphic] / WOK [monogram]
- Publication: [London] : Pubd. by J. Aitken, Castle Street, Leicester Fields, July 2nd, 1795.
Acquired November 2020