Girl with shrimp by William Hogarth

Of course, Hogarth did not limit himself to depicting satirical subjects. A girl with shrimps is one of the positive, life-affirming images, close to the characters of Frans Hals. This

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Triumphant procession by William Hogarth

This is the final scene from the Hogartha series “Elections”, representing a sharp satire on British politicians in general, although the pictures of the series described a very specific event

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The marriage contract by William Hogarth

Great popularity was enjoyed by the Fashionable marriage series, in which the artist, with the thoroughness of the byt writer, told about the mores of his contemporary society. “Fashionable marriage”

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Hike in Finchley by William Hogarth

Here Hogarth addresses the events of recent history. In 1745, the Jacobite supporters – the Catholic party, who wished to restore the rule of the Stuart dynasty – began an

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In Flit prison by William Hogarth

This is the seventh engraving from the Hogartha series “Career Mota”. The artist sends his heroes to the famous London prison prison Fleet, which once sat his father and where,

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Opera beggars by William Hogarth

The painting depicts a scene from the comedy of John Gaia, a famous poet and playwright, whose story was prompted by Swift. The scandalous glory of the opera was connected

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Boudoir of the Countess by William Hogarth

The presented masterpiece of Hogarth – the fourth picture of six, included in the series “Fashionable marriage”, where the artist explores modern mores by the example of marriage of convenience,

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Marriage a la Mode by William Hogarth

Hogarth. “Trendy marriage.” Soon after the wedding. Between 1743 and 1745 years. London. National Gallery. “Trendy marriage” – one of the most perfect satirical series Hogarth, consisting of six pictures.

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