A Rake's Progress William Hogarth
William Hogarth Rake's Progress, Scene 3 'Orgy' (1733) - a young man blows a fortune on the delights of city life, above all gambling and whoring.
18th C Painting
William Hogarth the English Painter credited with pioneering western sequential art. Conveyed a moral message. Harlot and Rake sequences are his works
Paintings: UK ARTISTS
Joseph Mallord William Turner - Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Moonlight, 1835
Gin Lane, Engraving, William Hogarth, 1751, British Museum, London https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial
Following her tumblr page I found her paintings. Split personality. (Charmaine Olivia, "Rose Ghost", Oil on panel, 2012)
William Hogarth, A Midnight Modern Conversation.
Art Hogarth, William (1697–1764)
William Hogarth's "Morning after the Wedding," part of his Marriage a la Mode, an attack on fashionable marriage of convenience.
English Painter: William Kay Blacklock (1872 – 1922) -- 'The Lesson'
William Hogarth - A Rake's Progress - The Rose Tavern a brothel in Covent Gardens - via ekduncan.com
Portrait of Maria de' Medici (1540-1557) or Eleonora di Garzia di Toledo (1553–1576), Alessandro Allori, detail
William Hogarth - After. Hogarth secretly married Jane Thornhill at Paddington Green Church
1890 A Mexican Vaquero by Frederic Remington
Important Works of Influential Painters
A Scene from 'The Beggar's Opera' VI', William Hogarth | Tate www.tate.org.uk1536 × 1346Zoeken op afbeelding William Hogarth 'A Rake's Progress (plate 7)', 1735. William Hogarth. A Rake's Progress (plate 7)
William Hogarth 1697 - 1764
William Hogarth -
My Favourite Art
British Paintings: William Powell Frith - English Archers, 19th Century
C: Victorian: Hogarth, Frith, Woolmer
William Hogarth A Rakes Progress The Marriage - 1733 - 5 of 8
"The Alchemist Discovering Phosphorus", by Joseph Wright of Derby. (1771) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Alchemist_Discovering_Phosphorus
William Hogarth. Man of the people.
Gerard Anne Edwards Hamilton (1732–1773), in His Cradle | William Hogarth c.1732 Collection: National Trust