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William Hogarth - Beer Street, Naturally, Britons who drank good english beer over that Dutch import gin led productive lives (England and Holland were old rivals; there had been three Anglo-Dutch Wars by and the fourth lasted from KA

William Hogarth, A Midnight Modern Conversation.

a midnight modern conversation William-Hogarth Notice the punch bowl

Cruelty in perfection (William Hogarth)

Cruelty in perfection - William Hogarth, 1751

David Garrick with his wife Eva-Maria Veigel, ‘La Violette’, William Hogarth, ca. 1760. Detail.

David Garrick with his wife Eva-Maria Veigel, ‘La Violette’, William Hogarth, ca.

Gin Lane by William Hogarth

William Hogarth’s Gin Lane 1751

Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn, 1738, William Hogarth. Note: and nary a pair of knickers/underpants/drawers to be seen!

Wlliam Hogarth Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn England Etching/Engaving, 16 ¾ x 21 ¼ in. “ By the middle of the century there were between black people living in London.

Southwark Fair by William Hogarth

On display now at the Cuming Museum in the old Town Hall on Walworth Road is an exhibition featuring famous works by William Hogarth.

Tate Gallery article on William Hogarth Marriage A-la Mode, including 98. The Tête à Tête, from Marriage à la Mode. William Hogarth. c. 1743 C.E. Oil on canvas.

Journey Theme William Hogarth Marriage A-la Mode: The Marriage Settlement 1745

William Hogarth, The Times', nature of hell in art

The Times, Plate by William Hogarth

FYI British museum re William Hogarth

An answer to the print of John Wilkes Esq by Wm Hogarth

William Hogarth

William Hogarth's "Chairing the Member" from his The Humours of an Election series, I saw this a number of years ago in the tiny Sir John Soane's Museum. for some reason I recalled it while thinking about our New Paradigm Parliament this weekend.

"A Rake's Progress, plate 4", William Hogarth, 1735; Tate Collection T01791

Artwork page for ‘A Rake’s Progress (plate William Hogarth, 1735

William Hogarth, South Sea Scheme  (detail)

William Hogarth, South Sea Scheme (detail)

William Hogarth (British 1697–1764). Dismemberment, etc. (Beaver's Roman Military Punishments, 1725, Chapter 8), after 1725. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932 (32.35(89))

William Hogarth (British Dismemberment, etc. (Beaver's Roman Military Punishments, Chapter after The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

The Enraged Musician is a 1741 etching and engraving by English artist WILLIAM HOGARTH. While the other inhabitants of the street produce discordant notes, the music of the violinist would be no better, because he has restricted himself by his studies and by removing himself from nature. He covers his ears to block out the cacophony of the street noise, but at the same time he denies himself the sweet music of the milkmaid's voice.

The Enraged Musician, 1741 - William Hogarth

A Harlot's Progress, plate V - William Hogarth

A Harlot's Progress, plate 5 - William Hogarth

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