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    • Roni Riggins

      'A Rake's Progress' -a series of eight paintings by 18th century English artist William Hogarth. The canvases were produced in 1732–33

    • Ann Wardley

      William Hogarth Rakes progress In the first painting, Tom has come into his fortune on the death of his miserly father. While the servants mourn, he is being measured for new clothes. Although he has had a common-law marriage with her, he is now also rejecting the hand of his pregnant fiancée, Sarah Young, whom he had promised to marry (she is holding his ring and her mother is holding his love letters). He will pay her off, but it is clear that she still loves him.

    • Soane Britain

      Hogarth's #TheHeir #Decorex #Soane

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