Hogarth, William, 1697-1764
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Industry and Idleness. Plate 7. The Idle 'Prentice Returned from Sea, and in a Garret with a Prostitute. From the original design by Hogarth. Engraved by E. Jordan. Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London. , undated
Industry and Idleness. Plate 8. The Industrious 'Prentice Grown Rich, and Sheriff of London. From the original design by Hogarth. Engraved by C. Armstrong. Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses Finsbury Square, London., undated
Ruskin gives Heaton some advice on what to see at the Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition, praising works by Paul Veroneses, Joshua Reynolds, William Hogarth, Anthony van Dyck and Thomas Gainsborough. Ruskin thanks Heaton for "all [her] notes.". [Date provided by Surtees: Mid-July 1857]
The collection comprises sketchbooks, writings, and correspondence by Charles Robert Leslie (1794-1859) and his family.
About portraits of Dr. Misaubin. Also mentions a gentleman who lived on gin for many years and who was the model for Hogarth's Quack Doctor in the Marriage-a-la-Mode.
About a sale catalogue of Hogarth prints given to the press on Wednesday, hoping that Smith will have it in time for a meeting.
About Lord Farnborough's letter.
About one of the paintings in Hogarth's Marriage a-la-mode: "The late Mr. Locke of Portman Square hinted to Hogarth that the third print...was not sufficiently understood. Mr. Hogarth seemed aware of the correctness of the suggestion...".
References to the figures in Hogarth's Enthusiasm Delineated. A. After Raphael. B. After Rubens. C. After Rembrandt. D.E.F.G.H. Are imitations of other painters. *From sketches by Hogarth on the margins of the original prints. Published by John Ireland No. 3 Poets Corner Palace Yard Westminster. March 16 1796., 1796 March 15
William Hogarth from an original picture painted by himself. Engraved by S. Freeman. Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London., undated
Portrait of William Hogarth.