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Thomas Nashe
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The only known likeness of Thomas Nashe, published in a 1597 satirical pamphlet. As a portrait it's worthless, but as a caricature it's devastating. The leg-irons are a rude reference to Nashe's brief term in a debtor's prison (probably in the early 1590s); his unkempt hair and unbuttoned tunic suggest a callous disregard for the society of his time. The jagged squiggle of a mouth was probably the artist's attempt to depict Nashe's most prominent physical attribute, a projecting tooth.
Added by: Bobb Edwards

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