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William HOGARTH

Born
10 November 1697 London, England
Died
25 October 1764
Nationality
English

91 works

The industrious 'prentice grown rich, and sheriff of London William HOGARTH The idle 'prentice return'd from sea, and in a garret with a common prostitute William HOGARTH The industrious 'prentice out of his time, and married to his master's daughter William HOGARTH The idle 'prentice turn'd away and sent to sea William HOGARTH The industrious 'prentice a favourite, and entrusted by his master William HOGARTH The idle 'prentice at play in the churchyard during Divine Service William HOGARTH The industrious 'prentice performing the duty of a Christian William HOGARTH The industrious 'prentice Lord Mayor of London William HOGARTH The idle 'prentice executed at Tyburn William HOGARTH The industrious 'prentice alderman of London, the idle one brought before him and impeach'd by his accomplice William HOGARTH The fellow 'prentices at their looms William HOGARTH Characters and caricaturas William HOGARTH Night William HOGARTH Noon William HOGARTH Morning William HOGARTH The funeral William HOGARTH She expires, while the doctors are quarrelling William HOGARTH Scene in Bridewell William HOGARTH Apprehended by a magistrate William HOGARTH The quarrel with her Jew protector William HOGARTH A harlot's progress William HOGARTH Hogarth's Marriage à-la-mode, plate IV Henry LINTON (wood-engraver); William HOGARTH (after) Hogarth's Marriage à-la-mode, plate III Thomas BOLTON (wood-engraver); William HOGARTH (after) Hogarth's Marriage à-la-mode, plate II Thomas BOLTON (wood-engraver); William HOGARTH (after) Hogarth's Marriage à-la-mode, plate I Henry WHITE (wood-engraver); William HOGARTH (after) The tête à tête Bernard BARON (engraver); William HOGARTH (painter) The toilette Simon François RAVENET I (engraver); William HOGARTH (painter) The marriage settlement Gérard Jean-Baptiste SCOTIN II (engraver); William HOGARTH (painter) The inspection Bernard BARON (engraver); William HOGARTH (painter) The lady's death Gérard Jean-Baptiste SCOTIN II (engraver); William HOGARTH (painter and engraver)
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