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Prints from English artist William Hogarth best known for his moral and satirical engravings and paintings

Choose from 166 pictures in our William Hogarth (1697-1764) collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


William Hogarth Four Times of the Day - Morning Featured William Hogarth (1697-1764) Print

William Hogarth Four Times of the Day - Morning

Vintage engraving of showing a scene from William Hogarth's Four Times of the Day. They are humorous depictions of life in the streets of London, the vagaries of fashion, and the interactions between the rich and poor. In Morning, a lady makes her way to church, shielding herself with her fan from the shocking view of two men pawing at the market girls. The scene is the west side of the piazza at Covent Garden

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Hogarths, Masquerades and Operas Featured William Hogarth (1697-1764) Print

Hogarths, Masquerades and Operas

Vintage engraving of William Hogarth's Masquerades and Operas (The Bad Taste of the Town), Burlington Gate. First published in February 1723/24. It mocks the contemporary fashion for foreign culture, including Palladian architecture, pantomimes based on the Italian commedia dell'arte, masquerades (masked balls), and Italian opera

William Hogarth Marriage A La Mode The Ladys Death Featured William Hogarth (1697-1764) Print

William Hogarth Marriage A La Mode The Ladys Death

Vintage engraving of showing a scene from William Hogarth's Marriage A La Mode. Marriage A La Mode is a series of six pictures depicting a pointed skewering of upper class 18th century society. This moralistic warning shows the disastrous results of an ill-considered marriage for money and satirises patronage and aesthetics. The Countess has returned to her father's house after her husbandA?A?A?s murder. The moral drama is concluded with her having moved from dissipation and vice to misery and shame, and finally to terminating her existence by suicide after her lover is hanged at Tyburn for murdering her husband

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