William Hogarth

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HOGARTH William Marriage À La Mode

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William Hogarth - Beer Street

William Hogarth - Beer Street

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William Hogarth , after, b. London 1697, d. s.p. 1764 "Beer Street" and "Gin Lane". Sculp. T. Cook. Two coloured copper plates. Published by G.G. & J. Robinson, London. Visible size 44 x 37 cm. (2) The paper has turned slightly brown. On copper with damp mark in upper right corner. Examined in frame.
William Hogarth - The Works...

William Hogarth - The Works...

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(WILLIAM) The Works... from the Original Plates Restored by James Heath Esq., R.A., with the Addition of Many Subjects Not Before Collected, edited by John Nichols, 104 engraved sheets (of 118), occasional light marginal marks or dampstains, slight fraying to edges, contents loose, publisher's boards, front board detached, folio (645 x 520mm.), Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1822, sold as a collection of plates
William Hogarth - Untitled

William Hogarth - Untitled

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Lot number: 92
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William Hogarth (British, 1697-1764) Collection of Engravings Works by and after Hogarth, including ten engravings from Industry and Idleness (P168-171,174-179), third states, four from The Harlot's Progress (P122,124-126), second states with the cross added, two from the Rake's Progress (P137,138), Stage-coach (P167), O the Roast Beef of England (P180), two sets of The Times (P211, 212), third and fourth states, one set on a single sheet, Credulity (210a), Analysis of Beauty Plate I (P195), Scholars at a lecture and Undertakers (P143, 144), Martin Folkes (P154), fourth state; the following by Thomas Cook: eight from Hudibras (P82,83,85,88,89,91-93), Reward of Cruelty (P190), Sancho at the Feast (P100), The Committee (P91), Bambridge on trial for murder; the following by Thomas Haynes: Debates on Palmistry, Stay Maker, plus six smaller etchings on one sheet by J.Simpson, on wove and J.Whatman papers, with wide margins, 500 x 645mm (19 3/4 x 25 3/8in)(SH)(unframed)(32)
William Hogarth - Marriage À La Mode

William Hogarth - Marriage À La Mode

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Lot number: 401
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Description: Hogarth William, London 1697 - London 1764, Marriage à la Mode, Plate 1-5, Five engravings, 35 x 44,5 cm, each lo. le. inscribed 'Invented, Painted & Published by W.m Hogarth', lo. ri. inscripstions of the engravers G. Scotin, B. Baron a. S. Ravenet, matted a. framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. - Probably the most important English engraver a. etcher; worked also as painter. H. mainly picked out social themes as themes a. became one of the most successful artists of his time. In 1773 he wrote the standard work 'The Analysis of Beauty'. - Mus.: London (British Mus., Nat. Gall., Tate), Florence (Uffici), San Francisco (Fine Arts Mus.), Los Angeles (Getty) a. others. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Paulson 'The Art of H.' a. others.
William Hogarth - Four Stages Of Cruelty

William Hogarth - Four Stages Of Cruelty

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Lot number: 885
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Description: WILLIAM HOGARTH (English, 1697-1764). Four Stages of Cruelty, Black and white engravings, 1st state; published Feb. 1, 1751. Including First Stage of Cruelty, Second Stage of Cruelty, Cruelty in Perfection, The Reward of Cruelty. Framed - 15 in. x 12 1/2 in., sight size Notes: PROVENANCE: Arthur Reader, Paintings, Prints and Bookseller, 71 Charing Cross Road, WC 2, London, September 18th, 1971. Accompanied by original receipt. Estate of Hope N. Efron, Washington DC.
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