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William Hogarth was an English painter, engraver and satirist who lived from 1697 to 1764

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Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth, Beer Street

Hogarth, Beer Street. A political print supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin. A scene of London life in which happy and healthy tradesmen

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Drinking / Intemperance

Drinking / Intemperance
Political print of Gin Lane supporting a ministerial measure against the unlimited sale of gin. The pawnbrokers, gin cellar and distillery are now flourishing

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Actresses Barn

Hogarth Actresses Barn
Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn Using a loophole in the law that defied actors to act outside London without a licence

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Southwark Fair / Hogarth

Southwark Fair / Hogarth
Southwark Fair Various performers compete to attract the publics attention

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth / False Perspectiv

Hogarth / False Perspectiv
An exercise in false perspective. Date: early 19th century

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: William Hogarth, English, (1697-1764), The Reward of Cruelty, 1751, etching and engraving

William Hogarth, English, (1697-1764), The Reward of Cruelty, 1751, etching and engraving

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: William Hogarth (English, 1697 - 1764), The Second Stage of Cruelty, 1751, etching

William Hogarth (English, 1697 - 1764), The Second Stage of Cruelty, 1751, etching and engraving

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Southwark Fair, 1733 (engraving)

Southwark Fair, 1733 (engraving)
XJF397625 Southwark Fair, 1733 (engraving) by Hogarth, William (1697-1764); Private Collection; (add.info.: fair held for 2 weeks in September, it was abolished in 1762; ); English, out of copyright

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Dressing Rooms

Dressing Rooms
A work by William Hogarth, (1697 - 1764), of a theatre dressing-room, one of his modern moral subjects, circa 1735. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH: ELECTION. Canvassing for Votes. Engraving after the etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

HOGARTH: ELECTION. Canvassing for Votes. Engraving after the etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH: FOUR TIMES OF DAY. Noon. Steel engraving after the etching and engraving, 1738

HOGARTH: FOUR TIMES OF DAY. Noon. Steel engraving after the etching and engraving, 1738, by William Hogarth

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Drunken Party / Hogarth

Drunken Party / Hogarth
A Midnight Modern Conversation A very drunken party of men

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 4

Hogarth Rake Plate 4
The Rakes Progress 4. Arrested for debt in Whitehall as he is on his way to court

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth before After

Hogarth before After
Before A reluctant lady and her seducer

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Sleeping Congregation

Sleeping Congregation
The Sleeping Congregation A preacher is reading his sermon to a sleeping congregation

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Rakes Progress 3

Rakes Progress 3
The Rakes Progress Tavern scene - illustration to The Rakes Progress

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth / Rakes / Tailor

Hogarth / Rakes / Tailor
The Rakes Progress 1. The young heir is measured for new clothes

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 2

Hogarth Rake Plate 2
The Rakes Progress 2. Hogarths Rake surrounded by flattering artists and professors

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 7

Hogarth Rake Plate 7
The Rakes Progress 7. Scene in the Fleet prison

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Enraged Musician / Hogarth

Enraged Musician / Hogarth
THE ENRAGED MUSICIAN A ballad singer, a screeching parrot, a piper, a drummer, a barking dog, a knife grinder, fighting cats and other noises disturb his violin practice

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 4. Night. In a narrow street leading to Charing Cross, with an equestrian statue of Charles I at the far end

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth / Audience Laughs

Hogarth / Audience Laughs
The Laughing Audience

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Faces 1807

Hogarth Faces 1807
A myriad of faces looking in different directions: Characters and Caricatures

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Art / Hogarth / The Times

Art / Hogarth / The Times
THE TIMES 1 of 2 a satire on political rivalry between the Pitt and Temple factions

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Art / Hogarth / Roast Beef

Art / Hogarth / Roast Beef
THE GATE OF CALAIS, OR, O THE ROAST BEEF OF OLD ENGLAND a satire on the well-fed English versus the poorly- fed French

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: The Bathos (Hogarth)

The Bathos (Hogarth)
Tailpiece, or the Bathos : in his final print, Hogarth reiterates his opinions about the vogue for dark Old Master paintings in a complex allegorical image

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth / British Stage

Hogarth / British Stage
A JUST VIEW OF THE BRITISH STAGE or Three heads are better than one, scene Newgate

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH / THE BENCH

HOGARTH / THE BENCH
The difference between character and caricature. The central figure is Sir John Willes, Chief Justice, lecher and scourge of rioters

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Contract I Hogarth 1745

Contract I Hogarth 1745
Marriage a la Mode 1. The Contract The Earl of Squanderfield and a rich Alderman of the City of London arrange a marriage between son and daughter

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Cockfighting / Hogarth / Col

Cockfighting / Hogarth / Col
A group of men watching a cockfight in a ring

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Lord Mayors / Hogarth

Lord Mayors / Hogarth
Industry and Idleness - the Lord Mayors Procession

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth / Industry / Idle 2

Hogarth / Industry / Idle 2
2. The industrious prentice performing the duty of a christian

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Election / 4Of4(C)

Hogarth Election / 4Of4(C)
THE ELECTION Chairing the Member after the election plate 4 of 4

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Hogarth Election / 1Of4(C)

Hogarth Election / 1Of4(C)
THE ELECTION An election entertainment: a Whig banquet, with Tories demonstrating outside plate 1 of 4 Date: 1755

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Cock Pit / Hogarth

Cock Pit / Hogarth
THE COCK PIT Satirical illustration showing blindness of man drawn into betting on match, and other debauchery

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: William Hogarth Gin Lane

William Hogarth Gin Lane
Vintage engraving of showing a scene from William Hogarths Beer Street and Gin Lane. They depict the evils of the consumption of gin as a contrast to the merits of drinking beer

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Gin Lane, 1751. Artist: William Hogarth

Gin Lane, 1751. Artist: William Hogarth
Gin Lane, 1751.The scene is the St Giles slums. A child falls to its death from the arms of its drunk mother who sits with ulcerated legs. A skeletal figure holds an empty glass

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH: GIN LANE. Beer Street and Gin Lane. Steel engraving, c1860

HOGARTH: GIN LANE. Beer Street and Gin Lane. Steel engraving, c1860, after the original by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH: BEER STREET. Beer Street and Gin Lane. Steel engraving, c1860

HOGARTH: BEER STREET. Beer Street and Gin Lane. Steel engraving, c1860, after the original by William Hogarth

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Beer Street

Beer Street
A group of drinkers enjoying themselves at a public house in Beer Street, a print by English artist William Hogarth, 1751

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Gin Lane (Beer Street and Gin Lane 2), 1751. Artist: Hogarth, William (1697-1764)

Gin Lane (Beer Street and Gin Lane 2), 1751. Artist: Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
Gin Lane (Beer Street and Gin Lane 2), 1751. From a private collection

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Beer Street, 1751. Artist: William Hogarth

Beer Street, 1751. Artist: William Hogarth
Beer Street, 1751. Working people enjoying a tankard of beer outside the Barley Mow public house. The figures include two women with baskets of fish and a butcher holding a joint of meat

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)
William Hogarth (1697-1764). British artist, engraver, illustrator and satirical painter. The Gate of Calais. Etching by Hogarth. Engraving. The Iberian Illustration, 1888. Colored

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: HOGARTH: FALSE PERSPECTIVE. Satire on False Perspective. (Whoever makes a design)

HOGARTH: FALSE PERSPECTIVE. Satire on False Perspective. (Whoever makes a design, without the knowledge of perspective)
HOGARTH: FALSE PERSPECTIVE. Satire on False Perspective. (Whoever makes a design, without the knowledge of perspective, will be liable to such absurdities as are shown in this print)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Gin Lane (engraving)

Gin Lane (engraving)
3648022 Gin Lane (engraving) by Hogarth, William (1697-1764) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Gin Lane. Illustration for Kulturgeschichtliches Bilderbuch aus drei Jahrhunderten by Georg Hirth)

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: Night, Times of the Day, by William Hogarth

Night, Times of the Day, by William Hogarth
Photo of an original engraving from the Works of William Hogarth published in 1833

Background imageWilliam Hogarth Collection: William Hogarth Four Times of the Day - Morning

William Hogarth Four Times of the Day - Morning
Vintage engraving of showing a scene from William Hogarths Four Times of the Day. They are humorous depictions of life in the streets of London, the vagaries of fashion



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William Hogarth Collection

William Hogarth was an English painter, engraver and satirist who lived from 1697 to 1764. He is best known for his series of paintings and engravings that depict the moral decay of society in the 18th century. His works often featured popular themes such as drunkenness, prostitution, gambling and corruption in politics. Hogarth's art was highly influential in shaping public opinion on these issues during a time when Britain was undergoing significant social change. His use of satire and caricature helped to expose the hypocrisy and immorality of those in power while also entertaining audiences with his witty commentary on everyday life.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The William Hogarth collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the works of one of Britain's most celebrated artists. Our collection features some of Hogarth's most popular themes, including his satirical depictions of 18th-century society, such as "A Rake's Progress" and "Marriage A-la-Mode." These prints are available in various sizes to suit any decor style, making them perfect for both homes and offices. Hogarth was known for his ability to capture the essence of everyday life through his intricate illustrations. His work often featured social commentary on issues like politics, morality, and class structure. The William Hogarth collection allows viewers to appreciate these timeless pieces in their own space. Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply looking for a unique way to decorate your walls, our collection offers something for everyone. With its high-quality printing and framing options, it's easy to see why Media Storehouse has become a go-to destination for those seeking beautiful artwork at affordable prices.
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What are William Hogarth (Popular Themes) art prints?

William Hogarth was an English painter and engraver who lived during the 18th century. His art prints are known for their satirical commentary on contemporary society, particularly in London. Some of his popular themes include the vices and virtues of humanity, social class, politics, and morality. Hogarth's most famous series of prints is "A Harlot's Progress," which depicts the tragic story of a young woman who falls into prostitution. Another notable series is "Marriage à-la-mode," which portrays the disastrous consequences of arranged marriages among wealthy families. In addition to these narrative works, Hogarth also created individual prints that tackled various issues such as crime, alcoholism, and corruption in government. His style was characterized by its realism and attention to detail. Today, William Hogarth's art prints remain popular among collectors and those interested in British history and culture. We offer a unique glimpse into life during the Georgian era while still resonating with modern audiences through their timeless themes.
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What William Hogarth (Popular Themes) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of William Hogarth art prints that depict popular themes from the 18th century. Some of the most sought-after prints include "Gin Lane" and "Beer Street," which are part of his famous series entitled "The Harlot's Progress." These prints portray the negative effects of alcoholism on society, particularly among women. Other popular Hogarth prints available at Media Storehouse include "Marriage A-la-Mode," a satirical commentary on arranged marriages between wealthy families; "The Rake's Progress," which depicts the moral decline and eventual downfall of a young man who squanders his inheritance; and "Four Times of Day," a series that portrays different scenes in London during various times of day. Whether you're looking for social commentary, satire, or simply beautiful depictions of life in 18th-century England, we have an extensive collection of William Hogarth art prints to choose from.
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To buy William Hogarth art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of prints featuring the artist's popular themes. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply select the size and format you prefer and add it to your cart. We offer a range of sizes and formats for their prints, including posters, canvas wraps, framed prints, and more. You can choose the option that best suits your needs and budget. Once you have added all the items you wish to purchase to your cart, proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. After completing these steps, your order will be processed by Media Storehouse. Buying William Hogarth art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy process that allows you to enjoy high-quality reproductions of this renowned artist's work in your own home or office.
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How much do William Hogarth (Popular Themes) art prints cost?

William Hogarth art prints are available for purchase at Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size, framing options, and other customization choices that you may make. However, it is important to note that We offer a wide range of affordable options for those interested in purchasing William Hogarth's popular theme art prints. The price of each print will depend on your specific requirements and preferences. You can choose from various sizes ranging from small to large, as well as different framing options such as black or white frames. Additionally, you can select whether you want your print to be mounted or unmounted. The cost of William Hogarth art prints at Media Storehouse is reasonable and accessible for anyone who wants to own a piece of this renowned artist's work.
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How will my William Hogarth (Popular Themes) art prints be delivered to me?

Your William Hogarth art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company takes great care in packaging your prints so that they arrive at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube, which is then sealed with tape to prevent any moisture or dirt from entering the package. Media Storehouse uses reliable courier services for delivery, ensuring that your order reaches you on time and in excellent condition. You can track the progress of your shipment online using the tracking number provided by the company. Once you receive your William Hogarth art prints, it is recommended that you unroll them immediately and lay them flat to allow any creases or wrinkles to disappear naturally over time. With proper handling and care, these beautiful artworks will add character and charm to any room in your home or office for years to come.