Thomas Rowlandson, to modern standards, probably would be qualified a pornographer. His “Diana and her Nymphs bathing” however is what it is: an example of classic elegance and beauty. In the style of one of his examples: Peter Paul Rubens. Most of his (prolific) work is satirical, humanistic and sometimes plain dirty. But a gifted classical drawer he was. Since an original Rowlandson drawing is (way) out of financial reach this modern high quality print (ordered online and cheap) of the original (20,5 x 18,5 cm.) water color and ink drawing is a fine compromis. The original “Diana” is preserved in the permanent collection of the Washington D.C. National Gallery of Art.