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Image of A Harlot's Progress -- Plate IV -- Scene in Bridewell - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A Harlot's Progress -- Plate IV -- Scene in Bridewell - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III, part I, # 2075; This print is the second state of this plate; Inscription information: Below image, left: 'Plate 4'; Below image, center: a black cross; Below image, right: 'Wm. Hogarth invt. pinxt. et sculpt.'; Sign on stockade: 'Better to Work than Stand thus'; Sign on post: 'The Wage of Idleness'; British Museum Registration Number: 1858,0417.547 Formed part of the exhibition, Special Collectors: Featured Benefactors to Multiple Special Collections at Gladys Keller Snowden Gallery, Campbell Hall, June 5 to August 30, 2008.

Image of A Midnight Modern Conversation - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A Midnight Modern Conversation - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Inscription content: Lettered with title (with incorrect spelling "Moddern" in this state). Four lines of verse at the foot beginning "Think not to find one meant Resemblance there...", on a tobacco paper within image "Freeman's Best," and publication line, "Wm. Hogarth Invt. Pinxt & Sculpt."

Image of Cruelty in Perfection - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Cruelty in Perfection - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A suburban or country churchyard where Tom Nero has been arrested for the murder; the body of his lover, Ann Gill, its throat cut, lies on the ground with the bundle of plate she has stolen from her mistress at Nero's request. Third in a series of four: "The Four Stages of Cruelty." See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III part 2, #3159. Below image, left: "Price 1.s" Below image, center: "Published according to Act of Parliament Feb. 1 1751." Below image, right: "Design'd by W. Hogarth." Gift of Paul Watkins. Formed part of the exhibition "Journeys: Treasures from The Ohio State University Libraries Special Collections" at Thompson Library August 7, 2009-January

Image of England Plate 2d./The Invasion. - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

England Plate 2d./The Invasion. - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A scene outside an English country inn (the "Duke of Cumberland") with soldiers and sailors preparing for a French invasion; a soldier is painting a large caricature of Louis XV on the tavern wall to the amusement of two young women, another soldier and a sailor; on a table rests a large pie, a tankard and a sheet with the verses of "Rule Britannia"; another soldier is reclining against a large drum and playing "God save Great George our King" on the flute; to right, a short man stands on tip-toe to reach the height required by the recruiting sergeant; in the distance soldiers are drilling in an orderly fashion and beyond is a substantial country house. Plate II (No. 3). This etching is th

Image of First Stage of Cruelty - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

First Stage of Cruelty - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A London scene with young boys inflicting various forms of cruelty upon animals; in the centre, a boy (Tom Nero), identifiable by the badge on his shoulder as a pupil of St. Giles's Parish School, thrusts an arrow into a dog's anus. First in a series of four in of "The Four Stages of Cruelty." See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III part 2, #3147. Below image, left: "Design'd by W. Hogarth." Below image, center: "Published according to Act of Parliament Feb. 1 1751." Below image, right: "Price 1.s" Gift of Paul Watkins. Formed part of the exhibition "Journeys: Treasures from The Ohio State University Libraries Special Collections" at Thompson Library August 7, 20

Image of France Plate 1st/The Invasion - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

France Plate 1st/The Invasion - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A scene beside a tavern ("La Sabot Royal") on the coast of France with a group of emaciated soldiers preparing to set sail for England; a soldier is roasting frogs over a fire on the blade of his sword and a monk is feeling the edge of an axe which he is putting on to a horse-drawn sledge laden with instruments of torture, a figure of St Antony and a plan for a monastery at Blackfriars; in the distance soldiers are being forced on board a ship and beyond women are ploughing a field. British Museum ID number: 1825-2-12-26 Plate 1 (No.3). See the Catalogue of Personal and Political Satires, Volume 3, part 2, no. 3448. This etching is the companion to The Invasion: England (Plate II).

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 11: A riotous scene in the street beside Temple Bar, the western boundary of the City of London, with the mob hanging and burning representations of members of the Rump Parliament; an effigy of Hudibras himself is carried on a pole. Above image, right: 'Plate XI'; Below image, left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Below image, center: 'Published December 1st 1801 by G & J Robinson Pater noster Row London'

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 1: An emblematic scene with an oval portrait of Samuel Butler mounted on a pedestal on which is carved a relief showing a satyr whipping figures of Rebellion, Hypocrisy and Ignorance dressed as puritans, while he drives a chariot drawn by Hudibras and Ralpho; in the foreground, on the left, a satyr holds up a volume of Butler's poem as a guide for the carver (a boy dressed only in an apron), and on the right a young satyr holds up a mirror to a figure of Britannia. Plate 2: A country scene with Hudibras and Ralpho mounted on emaciated horses; to left, a dog snarls at them; to right, a man holding a rake laughs and accidentally knocks over a table with baskets of vegetables to the cons

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 3: Hudibras and Ralpho encounter a mob armed with sticks; in the foreground to right, a one-legged fiddler, a butcher and a dancing bear with his leader Plate 4: Hudibras is being beaten by masked men dressed as devils; the scene is the bedroom of the widow who stands in the doorway; to left, Ralpho hides behind a curtain. Upper image, plate 3, lower left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 3, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'; Lower image, plate 4, lower left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Lower image, plate 4, lower center: 'London Published by G. & J. Robinson Paternoster Row February 1st. 1802'; Lower image, plate 4, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 5: Hudibras is sprawled on the ground with Trulla, a large country-woman, astride him fending off angry villagers, including a cobbler and a butcher, wielding clubs; to left, Ralpho is held by a man with a rope and another with a sword. Plate 6: Hudibras and Ralpho are in the stocks, the knight's boots, sword and pistols taking the place of the fiddle ;a sympathetic widow, accompanied by her maid, addresses Hudibras while villagers gather round to mock, and a small boy urinates on Ralpho's foot. Upper image, plate 5, lower left: 'Engrav'd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 5, lower center: 'London Published by G & J Robinson Pater noster Row April 1st 1802.; Upper image, plate

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 7: Hudibras applies for help to a lawyer who sits at his desk in a baroque niche; below him sit two clerks at a low table, at his side shelves of books and papers, in the foreground a carved figure of Justice. Plate 8: Hudibras confronts the astrologer Sidrophel in an apothecary's laboratory; from the ceiling and wall hang a stuffed crocodile, swordfish, turtle and other creatures; to left, a cupboard door is open to reveal a skeleton with an owl on its shoulder; on the floor, are a glass jar containing a homunculus or foetus, a globe, various scientific instruments, a cat and a mouse-trap. Upper image, plate 7, lower left: 'Designed by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 7, lower

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 9: "The Committee"; gathering of Members of Parliament seated around a table, their hats hung on the wall behind them, two members standing and debating, to the left, standing in doorway, a man wearing long cloak, holding a staff. Plate 10: Hudibras has arrested the fiddler (see Plate 3) and is leading him to prison while Ralpho attaches his violin to the stocks; a ragged child with a hoop, a well-dressed woman and young man look on. Upper image, plate 9, lower left: 'Designd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 9, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook.'; Lower image, plate 10, lower left: 'Designd by W. Hogarth'; Lower image, plate 10, lower center: 'Pubished Octr 1-1802 by G. & J.

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 12: A riotous scene in a country village where a shrewish wife and hen-pecked husband are mocked by their neighbours, cuckold's horns and a petticoat are held aloft while "rough music" is played; Hudibras rides into the crowd to protest at what he describes as a Devil's Procession. Above image, right: 'Plate XII.'; Below image, left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Below image, center: 'London Published by G & J. Robinson Pater noster Row February 1st 1802'; Below image, right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

CGA.AC.Z1.081a includes Frontifvierce and its Explanation, Sr. Hudibras his paffingWorth, The manner how he fally'd forth; CGA.AC.Z1.081b includes Hudibras's first Adventure; Hudibras, Catheciz'd. CGA.AC.Z1.081c includes Hudribras vanquifh'd by Trulla; Hudibras, in Translation CGA.AC.Z1.081d includes Hudibras, and the Lamner; Hudibras beats Sidrophel and his man Whacum. CGA.AC.Z1.081e includes The Committee; Hudibras, Triumphant CGA.AC.Z1.081f includes Buring Ye Rumps at Temple-Bar CGA.AC.Z1.081g includes Hudibras encounters the Skimminton CGA.AC.Z1.081h includes Masquerade Ticket

Image of Hudibras and the lawyer - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras and the lawyer - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

An illustration for Samuel Butler's 'Hudibras'. Numbered 7 upper right. 'W. Hogarth delin. et sculp' lower left above the text. Edition, date and publisher unknown. Hudibras pleads his misfortunes to an affluent lawyer, two clerks one idle and one industrious sit below at a low table. Statue of Justice in the foreground.

Image of Hudibras encounters the Skimmington - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras encounters the Skimmington - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

An illustration for Samuel Butler's 'Hudibras'. Numbered 12 upper right. 'W Hogarth Inv et Sculp' lower left of the image above the text. Edition, date and publisher unknown. Illustration depicts a riotous scene in a country village where a shrewish wife and hen-pecked husband are mocked by their neighbours, cuckold’s horns and a petticoat are held aloft while "rough music" is played; Hudibras rides into the crowd to protest at what he describes as a Devil’s Procession.

Image of King Henry the Eigth, & Anna Bullen. - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

King Henry the Eigth, & Anna Bullen. - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Below the title: "London printed for John Bowles at the Black Horse in Cornhil, Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Churchyard & R. Sayer in Fleet Street. Price 3d"

Image of [Sale notice for Mr. Hogarth's Pictures] - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

[Sale notice for Mr. Hogarth's Pictures] - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

William Heath Edition printed from Hogarth's 1745 plate. Above item, center: 'The bearer hereof is Entitled (if he thinks proper) to be a Bidder for Mr. Hogarth's Pictures, which are to be Sold on the Last Day of this Month.' Bidder's ticket for an auction of paintings by Hogarth with ranks of copies of old master paintings stacked outside Cock's auction house attacking paintings by Hogarth as they emerge from his studio: a weeping Magdalene spears the third scene of A Harlot's Progress, a procession of Bacchus encounters Midnight Modern Conversation, and so on. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III, part 1, #2622 for the names of artwork by Hogarth and others

Image of Scholars at a Lecture (No. 1.) - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Scholars at a Lecture (No. 1.) - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

See Catalog of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III, part 1, #2338; Written in book: 'Datur Vacuum'; Below image, left: 'Published by W Hogarth March 3d, 1736'

Image of Second Stage of Cruelty - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Second Stage of Cruelty - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

A street scene outside Thavies Inn, Holborn; in the foreground, a coach has overturned and four lawyers scramble out while Tom Nero, the coachman, beats the injured horse; other cruel and careless incidents take place beyond, and on the wall are broadsides advertising a cock-fight and a boxing bout between James Field and George Taylor at Broughton's Amphitheatre. Second in a series of four: "The Four Stages of Cruelty." See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume III part 2, #3153. Below image, left: "Design'd by W. Hogarth." Below image, center: "Published according to Act of Parliament Feb. 1 1751." Below image, right: "Price 1.s" Gift of Paul Watkins. Formed part of t