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After William Hogarth (1697-1764) - 18th Century Engraving, A Harlot's Progress

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A fine late 18th Century engraving from A Harlot's Progress, a series of six paintings and engravings by William Hogarth (1697-1764). This plate, the fifth, shows the Harlot, Mary Hackabout, dying from venereal disease in a chair, whilst her friend rummages about in a coffer to the right, in search of any valuable items she could pillage. On handmade laid paper. Inscribed 'At the Point of Death in a High Salivation with two Doctors in a violent dispute about her Case, her fall'n nos'd friend frightened, another pillaging her coffer'. Unsigned and inscribed.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and surface dirt. There are also some small closed tears to the upper and lower edges that have been repaired.


28.7 x 36.2cm (11.3" x 14.3")
Sheet: 33.1 x 38.9cm (13" x 15.3")

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Code pp481
Artist After William Hogarth (1697-1764)
Date 18th Century
Dimensions 28.7 x 36.2cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Genre Scene
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