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|LC Classifications||ND497.H7 A63|
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|Pagination||xxi, 270 p.|
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Founders ' Library -- University of Wales, Lampeter. William Hogarth ( - ) is one of the most important of British Artists. An engraver, and painter, he produced some of the most vivid and dramatic images of 18th Century life. Brain Sewell: The modern art critic Brian Sewell found Hogarth's moral work to be overly-dramatic and derived from anger rather than reason: "All this may seem admirable but it was flawed by Hogarth's heavy-handedness, the downright condemnation that was his blunt response to every social problem." Charles Lamb: A well-known critic and essay writer, Lamb was a fan of Hogarth's work and wrote.
In his Autobiography (), Leigh Hunt (–) argued that William Hogarth had a decisive influence on children's books for some years after his death in Title and Author/Editor: Hogarth (R.B. Beckett), Hogarth; His Art and His World (Jack Lindsay), Hogarth’s Progress (Peter Quennell), Anecdotes of William Hogarth (Facsimile), The World of William Hogarth (William Gaunt), Hogarth (C. Lewis Hind), Hogarth’s Times (Michael Alexander), William Hogarth; Painter Engraver and Philospher (George Augustus Sala), The Four Londons of William Hogarth.
Biography. Hogarth was born in Bartholomew Close, near Smithfield Market, London, on 19 November , the eldest surviving of the nine children of Richard Hogarth and Anne Gibbons. His father . Hogarth and his Place in European Art (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, ), pp. 41, 95, , n7, n57, n
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Frederick Antal was a Hungarian art historian, particularly known for his contributions to the social history of art. "The son of a wealthy Jewish family, Antal completed a law degree then studied art history in Budapest, Freiburg and Paris. In Berlin he was a student of Heinrich Wölfflin and in Vienna under Max Dvorák.3/5.
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Heath, The Heath Family Engravers (2 v., ). Frederick Antal, Hogarth and his Place in European Art, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, Pioneering, perceptive and well illustrated, critical study, posthumously published, which places Hogarth for the first time firmly in the mainstream of European art.
William Hogarth, (born NovemLondon, England—died OctoLondon), the first great English-born artist to attract admiration abroad, best known for his moral and satirical engravings and paintings—e.g., A Rake’s Progress (eight scenes,).
His attempts to build a reputation as a history painter and portraitist, however, met with financial disappointment, and his. Hogarth was a very controversial and individual character. Driven by a sense for justice, he missed no chance to get into a quarrel with his contemporaries.
His most hated enemy was the British politician John Wilkes, whom he had ridiculed in one of his engravings.
William Hogarth died on. Hogarth and His Place in European Art. London,pp. 42–43, 90, n. 48, pl. 27a, calls the depiction of a middle-class wedding scene with figures of actual people probably Hogarth's innovation; suggests that the closest continental comparisons are to Bernard Picart's engravings in J.
Bernard's "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde," though Picart's figures are not. Hogarth and His Place in European Art Hardcover – 1 Dec. by Frederick Antal (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Frederick Antal.
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Hogarth wrote and published his ideas of artistic design in his book The Analysis of Beauty (). In it, he professes to define the principles of beauty and grace which he, a real child of Rococo, saw realized in serpentine lines (the Line of Beauty).
Known for: Painter, engraver, satirist. Frederick Antal. Frederick Antal (–), born Frigyes Antal, later known as Friedrich Antal, was a Jewish Hungarian art historian, particularly known for his contributions to the social history of art.
Hogarth's Moral Values: In all of Hogarth's paintings his strong moral code is very evident and he uses his work almost as an excuse to preach to society.
A Presbyterian upbringing and strong moral standing meant that Hogarth was keen to use art as a way to shock the general public into action. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The works of Hogarth, with sixty-eight illustrations. Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Hogarth, William, Format: Book: Language: English: Hogarth and his place in European art.
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William Hogarth. The great English painter and pictorial satirist, born at Bartholomew Close in London on the 10th of Novemberand baptized on the 28th in the church of St.
Bartholomew the Great. He had two younger sisters, Mary, born inand Ann, born in Born:. Hogarth and His Place in European Art.
London,pp. –, pl. a, mentions this portrait as suggested to David by Hogarth's "Garrick and His Wife". Lucien Scheler. Lavoisier. Paris,p. Alvar González-Palacios. David (Maestri del Colore).
no.Milan,ill. in index of illustrations and on cover (color). Hugh Honour.William Hogarth was born at Bartholomew Close in London to Richard Hogarth, a poor Latin school teacher and textbook writer, and Anne Gibbons.
In his youth he was apprenticed to the engraver Ellis Gamble in Leicester Fields, where he learned to engrave trade cards and similar place: London, United Kingdom.stir Hogarth" ("William Hogarth," L'Artiste, ser.
ix, vol. vI, i, p. I55). 2. Many questions which I only touch upon in this article will be dealt with, in detail, in my book on Hogarth and his place in European art.
3. The composition of Hogarth's picture, Sir Andrew Foun-taine, the famous art collector and his family (ca.Phila.