Les satyres de Guillaume Hogarth

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First edition after Hogarth’s death includes: “Marriage à la mode” (1745); “A Harlot’s Progress” (1731), “Gin Lane” and “Beer Lane” (1751) and “Before and After” (with titles in English and French).
“A Harlot’s Progress” printed with decorative frames on both sides.

  • Author: Hogarth, William, 1697-1764, printmaker.
  • Title: Les satyres de Guillaume Hogarth : oeuvre moral et comique en LXIX sujets.
  • Publication: A Londres : Chez Robert Sayer, marchand de cartes et d’estampes dans Fleet-Street, No. 53, MDCCLXVIII [1768]

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Folio 75 H67 768C

Acquired August 2020

The various ages and degrees of human life

see description belowA print arranged on nine steps showing the stages in life of man and woman, ascending from infancy and descending toward deathbed, with scenes of marriage and dying within roundels above, all appearing above a scene of the Last Judgement, with scenes of christening and burying within roundels immediately above.

  • Title: The various ages and degrees of human life explained by these twelve different stages, from our birth to our grave [graphic].
  • Publication: [London] : Sold by C. Dicey & Co. in Aldermary Church Yard, London, [between 1764 and 1775]

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Acquired June 2019