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Hogarth Collection

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Beer Street

Hogarth, Beer Street. A political print supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin. A scene of London life in which happy and healthy tradesmen

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Gin Lane

Hogarth, Gin Lane. A political print supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin (which later became the Gin Act)

Background imageHogarth Collection: Drinking / Intemperance

Drinking / Intemperance
Political print of Gin Lane supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin. The pawnbrokers, gin cellar and distillery are now flourishing

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 4. Night. In a narrow street leading to Charing Cross, with an equestrian statue of Charles I at the far end

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left)

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / False Perspectiv

Hogarth / False Perspectiv
An exercise in false perspective. Date: early 19th century

Background imageHogarth Collection: The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)
William Hogarth (1697-1764). British artist, engraver, illustrator and satirical painter. The Gate of Calais. Etching by Hogarth. Engraving. The Iberian Illustration, 1888. Colored

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Actresses Barn

Hogarth Actresses Barn
Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn Using a loophole in the law that defied actors to act outside London without a licence

Background imageHogarth Collection: Southwark Fair / Hogarth

Southwark Fair / Hogarth
Southwark Fair Various performers compete to attract the publics attention

Background imageHogarth Collection: T E Lawrence, Colonel Dawnay and Commander Hogarth

T E Lawrence, Colonel Dawnay and Commander Hogarth
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence (aka Lawrence of Arabia, 1888-1935), British Army officer best known for his liaison role during the Arab Revolt against Ottoman Turkish rule of 1916-1918

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 2

Hogarth Rake Plate 2
The Rakes Progress 2. Hogarths Rake surrounded by flattering artists and professors

Background imageHogarth Collection: Enraged Musician / Hogarth

Enraged Musician / Hogarth
THE ENRAGED MUSICIAN A ballad singer, a screeching parrot, a piper, a drummer, a barking dog, a knife grinder, fighting cats and other noises disturb his violin practice

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Audience Laughs

Hogarth / Audience Laughs
The Laughing Audience

Background imageHogarth Collection: Flora MacDonald, Scottish Jacobite heroine

Flora MacDonald, Scottish Jacobite heroine, friend and helper of Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie)

Background imageHogarth Collection: Drunken Party / Hogarth

Drunken Party / Hogarth
A Midnight Modern Conversation A very drunken party of men

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 7

Hogarth Rake Plate 7
The Rakes Progress 7. Scene in the Fleet prison

Background imageHogarth Collection: Art / Hogarth / The Times

Art / Hogarth / The Times
THE TIMES 1 of 2 a satire on political rivalry between the Pitt and Temple factions

Background imageHogarth Collection: Art / Hogarth / Roast Beef

Art / Hogarth / Roast Beef
THE GATE OF CALAIS, OR, O THE ROAST BEEF OF OLD ENGLAND a satire on the well-fed English versus the poorly- fed French

Background imageHogarth Collection: The Bathos (Hogarth)

The Bathos (Hogarth)
Tailpiece, or the Bathos : in his final print, Hogarth reiterates his opinions about the vogue for dark Old Master paintings in a complex allegorical image

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / British Stage

Hogarth / British Stage
A JUST VIEW OF THE BRITISH STAGE or Three heads are better than one, scene Newgate

Background imageHogarth Collection: Cockfighting / Hogarth / Col

Cockfighting / Hogarth / Col
A group of men watching a cockfight in a ring

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Election / 1Of4(C)

Hogarth Election / 1Of4(C)
THE ELECTION An election entertainment: a Whig banquet, with Tories demonstrating outside plate 1 of 4 Date: 1755

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Election / B / W / (2)

Hogarth / Election / B / W / (2)
2. THE ELECTION Canvassing for votes

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 8

Hogarth Rake Plate 8
The Rakes Progress 8. A scene in Bedlam asylum

Background imageHogarth Collection: Rakes Progress 5

Rakes Progress 5
The Rakes Progress 5. A marriage ceremony

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Evening

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Evening
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 3. Evening. The original Sadlers Wells Theatre building can be seen on the left. A cow is being milked, suggesting that it is around five o clock

Background imageHogarth Collection: Contract I Hogarth 1745

Contract I Hogarth 1745
Marriage a la Mode 1. The Contract The Earl of Squanderfield and a rich Alderman of the City of London arrange a marriage between son and daughter

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Marriage-Mode 4

Hogarth / Marriage-Mode 4
4. Toilette scene

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Marriage-Mode 2

Hogarth / Marriage-Mode 2
2. Breakfast scene

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 4

Hogarth Rake Plate 4
The Rakes Progress 4. Arrested for debt in Whitehall as he is on his way to court

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth before After

Hogarth before After
Before A reluctant lady and her seducer

Background imageHogarth Collection: Rakes Progress 3

Rakes Progress 3
The Rakes Progress Tavern scene - illustration to The Rakes Progress

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Rakes / Tailor

Hogarth / Rakes / Tailor
The Rakes Progress 1. The young heir is measured for new clothes

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Faces 1807

Hogarth Faces 1807
A myriad of faces looking in different directions: Characters and Caricatures

Background imageHogarth Collection: HOGARTH / THE BENCH

HOGARTH / THE BENCH
The difference between character and caricature. The central figure is Sir John Willes, Chief Justice, lecher and scourge of rioters

Background imageHogarth Collection: Cock Pit / Hogarth

Cock Pit / Hogarth
THE COCK PIT Satirical illustration showing blindness of man drawn into betting on match, and other debauchery

Background imageHogarth Collection: Tristram Shandy by Hogarth

Tristram Shandy by Hogarth, designed by Mr. Hogarth for Mr. Sternes comic novel, incomparable Tristram Shandy. The characters in the representation so graphically depicted are Mr

Background imageHogarth Collection: William Hogarth drawing at Queensborough

William Hogarth drawing at Queensborough
William Hogarth (1697-1764), artist, drawing in the street at Queensborough and attracting attention from passers-by. Date: circa 1730

Background imageHogarth Collection: Beggars Opera / Hogarth

Beggars Opera / Hogarth
a burlesqued version of John Gays opera: several of the characters are wearing animal heads Date: 18th century

Background imageHogarth Collection: Sleeping Congregation

Sleeping Congregation
The Sleeping Congregation A preacher is reading his sermon to a sleeping congregation

Background imageHogarth Collection: Lord Mayors / Hogarth

Lord Mayors / Hogarth
Industry and Idleness - the Lord Mayors Procession

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Industry / Idle 2

Hogarth / Industry / Idle 2
2. The industrious prentice performing the duty of a christian

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth Election / 4Of4(C)

Hogarth Election / 4Of4(C)
THE ELECTION Chairing the Member after the election plate 4 of 4

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth, Beer Street

Hogarth, Beer Street. A political print supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin. A scene of London life in which happy and healthy tradesmen

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Harlots Prog. / 4

Hogarth / Harlots Prog. / 4
The Harlots Progress 4. Hogarths Harlot in Bridewell Prison

Background imageHogarth Collection: Hogarth / Harlots Prog. / 5

Hogarth / Harlots Prog. / 5
The Harlots Progress 5. Hogarths Harlot expires while two doctors quarrel over her treatment

Background imageHogarth Collection: Coram / Hogarth / Holl

Coram / Hogarth / Holl
THOMAS CORAM philanthropist and founder of the Foundling Hospital

Background imageHogarth Collection: Rakes Progress 6

Rakes Progress 6
The Rakes Progress 6. Gaming house scene - a rowdy bunch



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