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.
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T E Lawrence, Colonel Dawnay and Commander Hogarth
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence (aka Lawrence of Arabia, 1888-1935), British Army officer best known for his liaison role during the Arab Revolt against Ottoman Turkish rule of 1916-1918. Seen here with Lieutenant Colonel Alan Dawnay and Commander David George Hogarth (Geographical Section of the Naval Intelligence Division), standing outside the Foreign Offices Arab Bureau in Cairo, Egypt. Date: circa 1918
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Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left). St Giles in the Fields is visible in the background.
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