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Hogarth, William

Saltos de línea: Wil|liam Ho|garth
Pronunciación: /ˈhəʊɡɑːθ

Definición de Hogarth, William en inglés:

( 1697–1764), English painter and engraver. Notable works include his series of engravings on ‘modern moral subjects’, such as A Rake’s Progress (1735), which satirized the vices of both high and low life in 18th-century England.



Example sentences
  • Sure enough, no sooner had I arrived at the Phoenix than I spied Hogarthian scenes through the stained glass windows.
  • The best examples of this Hogarthian characteristic are his mid-Nineties watercolours of National Trust properties, a commissioned series that includes Fountains Abbey lit up by fireworks.
  • By the early 1990s, now with an international following, Currie was turning out increasingly Hogarthian images, with more than a hint of Grosz.

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