“The Prince of Wales falls from an overturning phaeton or curricle. He is about to fall on the prostrate body of Mrs. Fitzherbert (left), who lies on her back, her breasts exposed, in an attitude intended to be indecorous. She lies under a steep bank or rock beside a country road. The horse rears behind the Prince.”–British Museum online catalogue.
- Title: The Princes disastar [sic], or, A fall in Fitz [graphic].
- Publication: [London] : Published by James Aitken, Little Russell Court, Drury Lane, [July 1788]
Acquired April 2019