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William Hogarth

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  • 1. 1697 -1764 By Ann Shemaeva, 751
  • 2. Was one of the most outstanding English artists of the XVIIIth century; The genres he preferred: portrait, conversation piece, moralistic and dramatic narrative; Turned to be an innovator in the English portrait painting.
  • 3. Engraving Politician Engraving Judge Engraving Reception In his youth he was an assistant of the engraver Ellis Gamble.
  • 4. The Visit to the Quack Doctor The Marriage Settlement The Toilette The Tête à Tête The Bagnio The Lady's Death
  • 5. 1 stage 2 stage 4 stage 3 stage
  • 6. The Shrimp Girl, 1740-1745 Portrait of Captain Coram, 1740 This pictures may be called the masterpieces of British painting
  • 7. The Pool of Bethesda The Good Samaritan The Gate of Calais
  • 8. “The Painter and his Pug” 1745 The Subject Matter The Image of the Portrayed Symbolism The Depiction of the Pug The Colour Scale The Composition
  • 9. Bust of Hogarth, Leicester Square, London. On 23 March 1729 Hogarth married Jane Thornhill. Hogarth died in London on 26 October 1764. Farewell great Painter of Mankind Who reach'd the noblest point of Art Whose pictur'd Morals charm the Mind And through the Eye correct the Heart. His friend, actor David Garrick, composed the following inscription for his tombstone:
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