Boys Peeping at Nature  

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"Boys Peeping at Nature" is an 18th century print by William Hogarth, collected in "The Moral and Comic Works of the Late Celebrated William Hogarth" (80 folio plates) published in 1797 by Laurie and Whittle, Fleet Street, London.

They depict four cupidesque boys, two peeping under the skirt of a statue featuring accessory breasts, and two drawing.

The print is inscribed with "W. Hogarth Inv'd, R. Livesey Fecit"

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