Trimmed to image and title only.
Does not appear in George, M.D. Catalogue of political and personal satires preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum.
A young man is being assisted by his manservant, who is engaged in using a clothes brush on his bright blue jacket, while the young man looks into a full length mirror, adjusting his high collar. The dandy wears a top hat of black silk, voluminous pair of trousers of green coloured cloth, tight narrow black boots with spurs, a very high, stiff white collar and a neck kerchief of white material with red coloured spots. A monocle hangs on a chain around his neck. On the dressing table situated next to the mirror are various bottles, a comb, a brush and boxes while a black trunk is on the floor, adjacent next to the dressing table. A small black dog, wearing a collar with the word 'Dandy' on it looks up at his master, beyond him a boot jack [also known as a boot pull, a small tool that aids in the removal of boots] lies on the carpet. In the foreground of the image lies a book, open at a page that reads: "Gallery / of / Fashion / Dedicated / to the / Beau Monde", on the opposite page is an image of a woman wearing a hat, holding an umbrella. At left on a chair is a volume of a book, behind this on a table is a peaked cap. A small bookshelf hangs on the back wall; on it are several volumes, with the following spine titles 'Rochester', 'The Soph', 'Kisses Secundus', 'Ovid's Art of Love', 'Amator', 'Caliph', and 'Kisspol Sectness [?]'.