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Hogarth Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 556 pictures in our Hogarth collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Bedlam, engraving by Hogarth - 8 in Rakes Progress Featured Print

Bedlam, engraving by Hogarth - 8 in Rakes Progress

"Bedlam", an engraving by the English artistWilliam Hogarth (1697-1764), depicting mentallydisturbed patients on a ward at the BethlehemHospital, London. The original engraving waspublished in 1735 & comprised plate 8 in theseries "The Rake's Progress". Dissolution ofcharacter & destructive self-indulgence haveresulted in the Rake (semi-naked, bottom left) tobe admitted to the lunatic asylum. Ignored by theother inmates, he is comforted by a kind-heartedwoman whilst the attendants fit him with leg-irons. His incarceration is serenaded by a demonicviolin-player, who wears a manuscript on his head

© U.s.National Library Of Medicine/Science Photo Library

English 18th century engraving of alcoholism Featured Print

English 18th century engraving of alcoholism

Alcoholism. English engraving from the 1750sof the problems caused by addiction to gin, adistilled alcoholic drink. At lower centre a womandrops her baby. A dying man sits with a cup, whilst in the background a dead drinker is beingput into a coffin. People are fighting to buy ginfrom a distillery, whilst other people give theirgoods to a pawnbroker in return for money to buymore drink. A man has hung himself in a buildingwhich has become structurally unsafe because itsowners are too drunk to repair it. Image titled"Gin Lane" drawn by British artist William Hogarth(1697-1764)

© National Library Of Medicine/Science Photo Library

A Rakes Progress - 2: The Levee, 1733. Artist: William Hogarth Featured Print

A Rakes Progress - 2: The Levee, 1733. Artist: William Hogarth

A Rake's Progress - 2: The Levee, 1733. Tom holds a morning reception at his new palatial town lodgings. Vistors offer their services: a jockey, a dancing-master (with violin), a landscape gardener (holding a plan), identified as Charles Bridgeman, a poet, a tailor, and a musician (seated at the harpsichord), believed to be Hogarth's great rival, Handel. From William Hogarth, by Austin Dobson. [Hachette Et Cie, Paris, 1904]

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