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Hogarth: his life, art, and times.


New Haven, Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (London) by the Yale University Press, 1971.
ISBN 0300013884

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Subjects Hogarth, William, 1697-1764
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764.
Hogarth, William.
Series Studies in British art (Unnumbered)
Description 2 volumes illustrations 29 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents V.1 -- Preface -- I. The range of possibilities, 1697-1720 -- Richard Hogarth in London -- A London childhood -- The Fleet prison -- Apprenticeship -- Early career as an engraver -- II. The evolution of a genre, 1720-32 -- The presence of Sir James Thornhill -- "The bad taste of the town" -- Hudibras -- The beginnings of a painter -- Conversation pictures -- A harlot's progress -- III. Challenge and response, 1732-45 -- Patron and public -- Artist and activist -- Comic and sublime history painting -- Portrait painting -- Marriage à la mode -- v. 2 -- IV. From morality to aesthetics, 1745-54 -- Loose ends and beginnings -- Art and charity -- The popular prints -- Art as subject -- Hogarth's critics and the academy -- The analysis of beauty -- V. The final decade, 1754-64 -- The election: art and politics -- The last histories -- Illness, withdrawal, writings -- The exhibitions of 1761 and '62 -- The Times -- "Finis": the Tailpiece -- Appendixes -- A. Hogarth's ancestry -- B. Genealogical inscriptoins in the Hogarth family Bible -- C. Letters, etc., by Richard Hogarth -- D. Hogarth vs. Morris -- E. The Engravers' Act -- F. The Gentlemen's Magazine obituary of Thornhill and the "Britophil" essay -- G. the critical reception of The Analysis of Beauty -- H. Hogarth-Kirby letter, 7 June 1754 -- I. The negotiations between the artists and dilettanti, 1748-55 -- J. Hogarth's will -- K. Eulogies of Hogarth -- L. Mrs. Hogarth's sale catalogue.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)285406
(OCoLC)ocm00285406
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Paulson, Ronald.
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