The Works of William Hogarth: (including the 'Analysis of Beauty, ') Elucidated by Descriptions, Critical, Moral, and Historical; (founded on the Most Approved Authorities.) To which is Prefixed Some Account of His Life, Volume 2

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R. Scholey, 1812 - Aesthetics
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