William Hogarth - Beer Street (1751)  https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

William Hogarth - Beer Street, Naturally, Britons who drank good english beer over that Dutch import gin led productive lives (England and Holland were old rivals; there had been three Anglo-Dutch Wars by and the fourth lasted from KA

William Hogarth // The girl with the shrimps // Sketch // National Gallery London

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The Shrimp Girl - William Hogarth 1740 - The painting was made as an experiment and not strictly finished. It shows a free brush in Hogarth's oeuvre and is a relatively late work of his.

Gin Lane, Engraving, William Hogarth, 1751, British Museum, London  https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Hogarth: Gin Lane and Beer Street

William Hogarth Gin Lane, 1751 Etching and Engraving Jack S. Blanton Curatorial Endowment Fund, 2005 Hogarth’s detailed etchings and engravings function as cautionary tales for his fellow Londoners.

Children of Dr. Graham (detail) by William Hogarth, 1742 I adore this painting.

William Hogarth (Inglaterra, The Graham Children, 1742 (detail). The National Gallery, London.

William Hogarth, The Marriage Contract, from Marriage à la Mode, 1743-1745, oil on canvas, 28 x 36 inches, The National Gallery, London

William Hogarth, Marriage à la Mode: The Marriage Contract or The Marriage Settlement: oil on canvas, (London, National Gallery)

Marriage A-la-Mode: 6, The Lady's Death  about 1743, William Hogarth

Marriage A-la-Mode The Lady's Death - William Hogarth - Marriage à-la-mode…

Miss Mary Edwards - Hogarth 1742 - William Hogarth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Miss Mary Edwards, 1742 by William Hogarth. Frick Collection, New York City, NY, US

Satire on False Perspective - William Hogarth WikiPaintings.org - the encyclopedia of painting

"The importance of knowing perspective" by William Hogarth Satire on "False Perspective": Whoever makes a Design without the knowledge of Perspective will be liable to such absurdities as are shewn in this Frontispiece.

"Taste in High Life",1746 William Hogarth http://georgianromancewriter.blogspot.co.uk/

Silver Service Slavery: The Black Presence in the White Home - William Hogarth, 'Taste in High Life', England,