Hogarth and the times-of-the-day tradition

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Cornell University Press, 1983 - Art - 167 pages
William Hogarth's series of paintings and engravings known as The Four Times of the Day is a masterpiece of satire, an iconoclastic portrait of everyday life in eighteenth-century London. Now Sean Shesgreen places this cycle, and the works related to it, in their art-historical context.

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ILLUSTRATIONS
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The Times of the Day in Graphic Art
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Martin de Vos Aurora engraved by Adrian Collaert
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