William Hogarth (1697-1764): The Artist and the City : a Book of Essays Published to Coincide with the Tercentenary Exhibition at the Whitworth Art Gallery, the University of Manchester : 12 September-16 November 1997
Whitworth Art Gallery, 1997 - City and town life in art - 74 pages
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Dress and Identity in Hogarths London
The Doctors Progress in Hogarths London
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Alderman Analysis of Beauty Andrew Edmunds Apology for Painters apothecary aristocratic artist bagnio Bequeathed by William brocade cane to nose City of London clothes conversation pieces dancing-master daughter David Bindman David Dabydeen depicted disease drafts and Autobiographical Earl Squander eighteenth century Elizabeth Einberg Etching and engraving exhibition catalogue 1997 fashionable Fiona Haslam French Gallery exhibition catalogue girl Harlot Harlot's Progress Hogarth's contemporaries Hogarth's London Hogarth's modern moral Hogarth's Narrative Art hoops Jennifer Harris Marriage a-la-Mode Plate Michael Kitson mob cap modern moral subjects Mortis Imago Everywhere Oil on canvas passim physicians prints prostitute quack doctor Rake's Progress Plate re-view of Hogarth's refinement Ribeiro Robert L. S. Cowley Ronald Paulson royal satire scene of Marriage seen social Solkin Southwark Fair style surgeons syphilis Tate Gallery exhibition University of Manchester Viscount vulgarity wear Whitworth Art Gallery William Hogarth William Sharp Ogden Wollaston Family women worn young