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  1. England in the Age of Hogarth by Derek Jarrett, 1986-09-10
  2. The Other Hogarth: Aesthetics of Difference
  3. The Works of William Hogarth (Volume 2); (Including the 'analysis of Beauty,') Elucidated by Descriptions, Critical, Moral, and Historical; by Thomas Clerk, 2010-10-14
  4. Hogarth: Volume II: High Art and Low, 1732-1750 (Paulson, Ronald//Hogarth) by Ronald Paulson, 1992-04-01
  5. Paintings of the British Social Scene from Hogarth to Sickert by E.D.H. Johnson, 1986-04-15
  6. The Enraged Musician: Hogarth's Musical Imagery by Jeremy Barlow, 2005-12
  7. Hogarth (Art and Ideas) by Mark Hallett, 2001-03-26
  8. Masterpieces of English Painting: William Hogarth/ John Constable/J.M.W. Turner, lent by His Majesty the King. by Sir Kenneth Clark, 1946
  9. WILLIAM HOGARTH: The Cockney's Mirror. by Marjorie Bowen., 1936
  10. Anecdotes of William Hogarth: Written by Himself by William Hogarth, 2010-03-09
  11. The Dumb Show: Image and Society in the Works of William Hogarth (Jewels Series;)
  12. Poems. By C. Churchill. Containing The Rosciad. The apology. Night. The prophecy of famine. An epistle to William Hogarth. And The ghost, in four books. by C. Churchill, 2010-05-27
  13. The Works Of William Hogarth: In A Series Of Engravings, With Descriptions And A Comment On Their Moral Tendency (1833) by William Hogarth, 2010-09-10
  14. Anecdotes of William Hogarth; Written by Himself by William Hogarth, 2010-10-14

21. NOAA Fisheries Feature - Bill's Corner
In January 2008 he will become the interim dean of the College of Marine Science at the University of South Florida. william T. hogarth signature
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December 2007 archive “It’s Been a Great Run” Fisheries Chief Bill Hogarth Bids Farewell to the National Marine Fisheries Service As Bill Hogarth winds down his last days in office as director of the National Marine Fisheries Service to become Interim Dean of Marine Sciences at the University of South Florida, he says he has no regrets about his 7-year tenure as the agency leader. Hogarth is well-known for advancing the National Marine Fisheries Service to become a more transparent, open, and accessible agency. He prioritized face-to-face meetings with stakeholders to improve relationships, and he had an open door policy with his staff. Hogarth is proud of accomplishments in other key areas of the fisheries world. For example, a three-year study of the pelagic longline fleet in the North Atlantic found that by modifying fishing techniques, gear and bait, fishermen could greatly reduce interactions with endangered sea turtles. This scientific discovery led Hogarth to reopen prime fishing grounds to the swordfish fleet, under tight restrictions that protect turtles. This new technology is now used by international fishing fleets throughout the world. On a recent conference call with the media, a reporter asked Hogarth his thoughts on the future of U.S. fisheries. He said the new law requiring an end to overfishing by 2010 will be tough on fishermen, but he has no doubts that this short-term sacrifice will lead to long-term prosperity for the oceans, American fishing fleets, individual fishermen, and coastal communities.

22. Tate Britain| Past Exhibitions | Hogarth
Witty, satirical, subversive and hugely talented, william hogarth remains one of the most fascinating and innovative artists from the eighteenth century.
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Marriage a la Mode: The Tete a Tete
The National Gallery, London Witty, satirical, subversive and hugely talented, William Hogarth remains one of the most fascinating and innovative artists from the eighteenth century. This superb exhibition is the most comprehensive showing of the artist’s work in a generation and incorporates the full range of Hogarth’s work. The exhibition demonstrates that Hogarth wasn’t only a brilliant satirist as it showcases every aspect of his multi-faceted career: his remarkable paintings, ranging from elegant conversation pieces to salacious brothel scenes; his vibrant drawings and sketches; and the numerous engraved works for which he is most famous today, including Gin Lane and Beer Street . His society portraits easily rival those of Gainsborough or Reynolds, and the variety and energy of his output is outstanding. No other artist’s work has come to define a period of British history as powerfully and enduringly as Hogarth’s. The exhibition explores an artist who was strikingly modern in character, confronting subjects and themes – the city, sexuality, manners, social integration, crime, political corruption, charity and patriotism– that continue to preoccupy us today. The exhibition makes the case that Hogarth was in fact Britain’s first truly modern artist, and shows the relevance of his work to British art now. Works by living contemporary artists inspired by Hogarth are also on display, including Yinka Shonibare and Paula Rego.

23. William Hogarth - A Rake S Progress - Plate 1
Art of the Print offers a wide selection of international fine art. Original work of art engraved by william hogarth entitled, A Rake s Progress Plate 1.

24. Welcome To William Hogarth's Realm
You will also find interesting documents on. hogarth and his time and much more Have a nice time. william hogarth s biography.
W.Hogarth's Realm is being reconstructed This place is dedicated to the 18th century British engraver and painter who is now often considered as the father of British art. Here, you will learn more about his life through an exhaustive date by date biography. You will be able to discover his art by visiting the gallery which is composed of more than 160 prints and paintings. Most of these works are commented by specialists such as Jarret, Uglow, Paulson, who have all kindly agreed for us to publish extracts from their different books. You will also find interesting documents on Hogarth and his time and much more... Have a nice time.

25. Hogarth: The Site For Research On William Hogarth
The gateway to source literature on william hogarth. Book reviews, online essays, exhibition reviews, and other resources on william hogarth.
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by Bernd W. Krysmanski Did you know that, during the last four decades, Ronald Paulson has written more than sixty publications on William Hogarth ? That a dozen papers on Hogarth and the London theatre are from the pen of Mary Klinger Lindberg? That Peter Wagner 's Reading Iconotexts From Swift to the French Revolution (1995) contains a modern intertextual, poststructuralist view of William Hogarth and his art? That Dennis Todd and Ronald Paulson interpret Hogarth's Cunicularii as a parody of the Adoration of the Magi? That, according to Werner Busch's Das sentimentalische Bild (1993), Hogarth's Beer Street and Gin Lane seem to allude to the wings of a Last Judgement triptych, i. e. Paradise and Hell? That

Prints by william hogarth. Issued in 1790 by the Boydells from the original plates. A wonderful series of eighteenth century genre prints by the British
Prints by William Hogarth
Issued in 1790 from the original plates
Prints by William Hogarth. From The Original Works of William Hogarth. William Hogarth (1697-1764) is considered by many to be the greatest English caricaturist of all time. He was an perceptive observer and his illustrations of the social and political conduct of his day are fascinating historical documents and humorous depictions of human foibles, which have remained much the same over the last two centuries. Hogarth was a painter of considerable accomplishment, but it is for his remarkable prints, which he both composed and engraved, that he is best known. Sets of prints Full sheet images Smaller images After Hogarth
Sets of Prints
[The Election.] Set of four. Each ca. 15 7/8 x 21 1/4. For the set:
"The Invasion." ["France" and "England"] Pair of prints. Each 11 1/2 x 14 3/4. For the pair:
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[The March to Finchley] 16 1/4 x 21 1/2.

27. William Hogarth (1697 - 1764) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
william hogarth After an apprenticeship to engraver, Ellis Gamble, william hogarth began his own business in 1720. He took draughtsmanship lessons from Sir
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After an apprenticeship to engraver, Ellis Gamble, William Hogarth began his own business in 1720. He took draughtsmanship lessons from Sir James Thornhill, although he had originally intended to pursue copper-plate engravings. In 1724, Hogarth began creating plates for booksellers. He then created individual prints before beginning a career as a portraitist in 1730. Several years after taking up painting, he began to create the satirical looks at society’s life and morals for which he is known.
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William Hogarth, Hogarth Painting the Comic Muse, 1764
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco - William Hogarth, The Bench, 1758 Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco - William Hogarth, The Bruiser, 1763

28. Project MUSE
The opening plate of william hogarth s A Harlot s Progress (Figure 1) shows Moll Hackabout arriving in London, on the verge of her descent into harlotry and
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William Hogarth and the Tradition of Sexual Scissors
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29. U.S. Senate Committee On Commerce, Science, & Transportation
Dr. william hogarth Assistant Administrator, National Marine Fisheries Service National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

30. William Hogarth
The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon Ancient Free and Accepted Masons website contains philosophy, symbolism and history textfiles, printquality
MASONIC BIOGRAPHIES FAMOUS FREEMASONS William Hogarth Self portrait detail, 1745 November 10, 1697 - October 26, 1764 for the Grand Lodge of England. Night,
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31. The Shrimp Girl, William Hogarth (c1745) | | Guardian Unlimited Arts
Artist william hogarth (16971764), the first pop artist who, as a painter and engraver, found inspiration in the popular culture of 18th-century London,,740344,00.html
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32. The Works Of William Hogarth: In A Series Of Engravings By John Trusler - Projec
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33. Graphic Witness Visual Arts Social Commentary [Sue Coe]
Also, don t miss Jenny Uglow, hogarth A Life and a World, New York Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1997 See also the Spartacus site in UK on william hogarth.
William Hogarth: The Four Stages of Cruelty
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Fourth Stage [woodcut] Tom Nero, the boy in the white cap ( first stage ) is "in the care of the Parish of St. Giles." He tortures a dog with an arrow. One boy tries to stop him, while other children in the scene torment other animals. Hogarth's caption: By the second stage , Tom Nero, now a young man, is seen beating a horse while a bystander takes down his name in order to complain to the authorities of his cruelty.
Hogarth's caption: While various Scenes of sportive Woe
The Infant Race employ.
And tortur'd Victims bleeding shew
The Tyrant in the boy Behold a Youth of gentler Heart To spare the Creature's pain O take, he cries take all my Tart. But Tears and Tart are vain. Learn from this fair Example You Whom savage Sports delight How Cruelty disgusts the view While Pity charms the sight.

34. Artists In 60 Seconds: William Hogarth
A profile of william hogarth (16971764), British painter and engraver.
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35. William Hogarth Paintings Prints Reproductions
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British 1697-1764 Self Portrait at the Easel David Garrick as Richard III 1745 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool The Graham Children 1742 National Gallery, London Miss Mary Edwards 1740 The Frick Collection, New York The Pool of Bethesda 1736 St.Bartholomew's Hospital, London The Fountaine Family 1730 Philadelphia Museum of Art David Garrick and His Wife 1757 Royal Library, Windsor Castle The Wedding of Stephen Beckingham and Mary Cox 1729-30 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Moses Brought before Pharoah's Daughter 1746 The Thomas Coran Foundation for Children, London The Painter and his Pug 1745 Tate Gallery, London Marriage a la Mode Scene II Early in the Morning 1743 National Gallery, London The Beggar's Opera 1729 Yale Center for British Art Shrimp Girl See also Francois Boucher Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin Jean Honore Fragonard Antoine Watteau ... William Hogarth
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36. William Hogarth
hogarth is called a moralist and a genius and is acknowledged as the first great English painter of modern times, but in his own lifetime he waged a

37. Liverpool Museums - 'David Garrick As Richard III', William Hogarth
Image and description of william hogarth s 18th century portrait David Garrick as Richard III .
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David Garrick (1717 - 1779) was the greatest British actor of the mid 18 th century. He became famous from 1743 after his outstanding performance as Shakespeare's Richard III. He is shown here in the famous tent scene before the Battle of Bosworth, haunted by the ghosts of all those he had murdered. Garrick's body is contorted into a 'serpentine' line - a stretched 'S' shape that Hogarth considered distinctly beautiful. He later made this shape the basis of his theoretical treatise 'The Analysis of Beauty' published in 1753. This first major Shakespearian picture is not just a portrait but also a grand history painting in which Hogarth emphasises England's importance. He believed that an incident from English rather than ancient history could be used to teach a moral lesson. Purchased with the help of the National Art Collections Fund.

38. The Influence Of William Hogarth On Pre-Raphaelite Integrated Symbolism
The Influence of william hogarth on PreRaphaelite Integrated Symbolism . In addition to hogarth s importance as a pioneer and moralist, he offered two
The Influence of William Hogarth on Pre-Raphaelite Integrated Symbolism
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  • The electronic edition's title Dedication Publication and Other Frontmatter from Print Edition Preface ... List of Plates
  • Introduction
  • Elevating Materialism
  • The Influence of John Ruskin
  • Typological Interpretations of Scripture in Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • The Effect of Reading for Types
    Chapter One. To Elevate Materialism: Hunt's Search for a New Iconography
  • Hunt's Two Battles
  • Rienzi
  • Hunt Opposes Hackneyed Symbolism
  • The Light of the World ...
  • The Miracle of the Holy Fire
    Chapter Two. Typological Symbolism in Hunt's Major Works
  • Introduction A Converted British Family sheltering a Christian Priest from the Persecution of the Druids
  • The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple and Pre-Raphaelite Compositional Schemes
  • The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple ... The Lady of Shalott
    Chapter Three. Typological Symbolism in the Works of Other Members of the Pre-Raphaelite Circle
  • James Collinson's "The Child Jesus"
  • Charles Collins's The Pedlar or ...
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti's "For a Virgin and Child, by Hans Memmelinck"
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    40. William Hogarth (1697-1764), Painter And Engraver
    National Portrait Gallery, list of portraits for william hogarth including The Gaols Committee of the House of Commons (includes Henry Howard,

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