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  William Hogarth - MSN Encarta
Hogarth was born in London on November 10, 1697.
Hogarth's remarkably exuberant satire of marriage for money, his pungent details of upper-class life, and his mastery of complex scenes find perhaps their highest expression in this series, generally considered his finest work.
During the last five years of his life, Hogarth was engaged in political feuds with the controversial British political reformer John Wilkes, whom he had satirized in an engraving.
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 William Hogarth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The son of a poor schoolteacher and textbook writer, William Hogarth was born at Bartholomew Close in London on November 10, 1697.
Hogarth's truthful, vivid full-length portrait of his friend, the philanthropic Captain Coram (1740; formerly Thomas Coram Foundation for Children, now Foundling Museum), and his unfinished oil sketch of a Shrimp Girl (National Gallery, London) may be called masterpieces of British painting.
Hogarth lived in an age when artwork became immensely commercialized, something no longer just exhibited in churches and the homes of connoisseurs, but viewed in shopwindows, taverns and public buildings and sold in printshops.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Hogarth   (2796 words)

  
 Steve Hogarth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Steve Hogarth (Ronald Steven Hoggarth) born May 14, 1959, Kendal, also known as 'h', is vocalist with the band Marillion.
Hogarth was formerly a keyboard player and co-lead vocalist with The Europeans and vocalist with How We Live.
Hogarth himself, however, took a little longer to make up his mind, holding as he did at the time a potentially lucrative offer to tour the US on keyboards with The The.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Steve_Hogarth   (474 words)

  
 William Hogarth Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Hogarth's opposition to an academy is intelligible in the light of his earlier efforts to raise the status of British art and free its practitioners from dependence on aristocratic patronage.
Hogarth believed that if artists united to exhibit their works and especially to sell prints made from their paintings they would be able to resist the influence of the connoisseurs, against whom he waged a lifelong war.
Hogarth was particularly concerned with the welfare of the young of the laboring and artisan classes, for whom he designed the series Industry and Idleness (1747), and with the prevention of cruelty, the theme of the Four Stages of Cruelty (1751).
www.bookrags.com /biography/william-hogarth   (851 words)

  
 William Hogarth Biography - Olga's Gallery
William Hogarth is unquestionably one of the greatest English artists and a man of remarkably individual character and thought.
Hogarth died in 1764 in London and is buried in Chiswick cemetery..
Hogarth went to see her and and from a sketch he subsequently painted her portrait.
www.abcgallery.com /H/hogarth/hogarthbio.html   (972 words)

  
 Burne Hogarth Biography
Hogarth's considered approach to the adventure strip was made to order for comics.
What was so special about Hogarth's approach is that he had thought deeply on the elements of action and the tensions it produced and translated his thoughts into a rigorous approach to foreshortening and shadows.
Hogarth was at his peak and he pulled out all the stops to make this his most impressive version of Tarzan yet.
www.bpib.com /hogarth.htm   (875 words)

  
 William Hogarth - AMAM
Hogarth's Portrait of Theodore Jacobsen is an excellent example of his mature portrait style, conveying middle-class solidity in an unaffected yet dignified manner.
Hogarth's intimate and personal approach to portraiture, so eloquently embodied in the portrait of Theodore Jacobsen, is particularly evident when juxtaposed with another portrait of the same sitter--in this instance, by Thomas Hudson (1746; London, Thomas Coram Foundation for Children).
Hogarth was an outspoken advocate for a national English school of art, freed from the traditions of the Continental schools.
www.oberlin.edu /allenart/collection/hogarth_william.html   (1574 words)

  
 Hogarth, William
HOGARTH, WILLIAM (1697-1764), the great English painter and pictorial satirist, was born at Bartholomew Close in London on the 10th of November 1697, and baptized on the 28th in the church of St Bartholomew the Great.
His father, Richard Hogarth, who died in 1718, was a schoolmaster and literary hack, who had come to the metropolis to seek that fortune which had been denied to him in his native Westmorland.
Indeed almost the next of Hogarth's important prints was aimed at Kent alone, being that memorable burlesque of the unfortunate altarpiece designed by the latter for St Clement Danes, which, in deference to the ridicule of the parishioners, Bishop Gibson took down in 1725.
members.fortunecity.de /hogarth_scholar/Encyc.html   (3334 words)

  
 HiES - In Memoriam: Burne Hogarth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Hogarth has a awesome energy level and is not a quiet man. He illustrated his lectures with giant anatomical drawings done on the spot from memory in an extraordinary and unique style of his own invention.
Burne Hogarth was one of the founders of the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he served as Coordinator of Curriculum, Design and Art History.
In May 1989 Hogarth was awarded the Premio Especial by the Seventh International Salon of Humor in Barcelona, Spain, and he received the Grandmaster of Comic Art Bronze Trophy prize at the German Comics Fair in Cologne in 1990.
comics.cro.net /e-burne.html   (692 words)

  
 Hogarth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy considers the nature of the artist's satire in relation to his time, analyzes the fictions that governed Hogarth's depictions of contemporary society, and identifies his audiences, both real and imagined.
Hogarth's reputation has been bedeviled by clichés stemming mostly from later times, although he was not averse to making claims on his own behalf.
Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy and its accompanying catalog and educational programs have been organized by the British Museum and the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum in association with the Parnassus Foundation, and with the generous support of Sharon and Barclay Simpson.
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu /exhibits/hogarth/introduction.html   (685 words)

  
 Comic Art & Graffix Gallery Artist Biographies - Burne Hogarth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
One of these restrictions was that Hogarth had to maintain a Foster-ish style, so it wasn't until Hogarth was able to exhibit his ability to maintain Tarzan's popularity that he was allowed to develop his own look to the tarzan strip, which began to occur in late 1938.
But Hogarth had made it contractual that he would be able to write his own stories for the strip, pursue his own artistic look and receive greater compensation for his work.
Hogarth made several appearances at comic book and ERB related conventions through the years and was a fan favorite, revered for his work in the field.
www.comic-art.com /bios-1/hogarth1.htm   (1005 words)

  
 The Hogarth Family Pages - Arms, Badges, Crests & Tartans.
Robert Hogarth, FRCS, had only one son, John, who died on active service in Italy, 1944, so this crest's use in that branch of the family is terminated.
The Australian branch founded in 1875 by the Aberdonian William Hogarth, 3rd son of William Hogarth of Firhill, tended to used this design on their signet rings, but in the current generations they are believed to be reverting to the correct Pegasus's head (in which the wings are attached to the shoulders and not separated).
This crest may be lawfully worn within a strap-and-buckle by Hogarth clansmen, but it may not be lawfully used without the strap-and-buckle (nor are the arms available for use by anyone whose surname happens to be Hogarth, despite what the bucketshops pretend).
www.hogarth.org.uk /hogarms.htm   (520 words)

  
 Fine Arts, UBC Library. Hogarth display
In addition to producing some of the most important paintings and engravings in the 18th century, Hogarth campaigned to improve the status of the artist.
In the preface Hogarth explains that The Analysis of Beauty grew out of his need to justify his aesthetic commentaries on a "line of beauty" in art.
Hogarth endeavours to be understood by every reader, and not just by painters and connoisseurs.
www.library.ubc.ca /finearts/hogarth.html   (486 words)

  
 Hogarth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Burne Hogarth, American cartoonist, illustrator, educator and author.
Thomas William Hogarth, writer of books about the Bull Terrier breed of dog.
William Hogarth, British painter, engraver, pictorial satirist and cartoonist.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hogarth   (102 words)

  
 Island of Freedom - William Hogarth
William Hogarth, one of the greatest British artists of the 18th century, won fame principally for his moral and satirical engravings and, to a lesser extent, for his portraits and commentaries on art.
Hogarth began painting about 1728, producing small group scenes such as A Musical Party (1730?, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge) and his beautifully executed Beggars' Opera (several versions, 1728-31; including one at the Tate Gallery, London), depicted as it was acted on the contemporary stage.
Hogarth, wishing to improve both the quality and the status of British artists, founded (1735) in St. Martin's Lane the most important art academy in London prior to the establishment of the Royal Academy.
www.island-of-freedom.com /HOGARTH.HTM   (659 words)

  
 William Hogarth | Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Hogarth's range of inquiry was extremely wide, touching upon topics from everyday life as well as upon more theoretical debates.
The thematic sections of the exhibition reveal Hogarth's deep concern with the ills of the modern city, the dignity of and the dangers faced by professional women, and issues of theatricality, race, class, and taste.
Moreover, Hogarth was an active participant in the public sphere, immersed in contemporary aesthetic, political, and physiognomic debates.
www.library.northwestern.edu /spec/hogarth   (222 words)

  
 Britannia.com: Hidden London by Jan Collie
With his unique combination of horror and humour, Hogarth was a much-loved critic of public morality.
Hogarth's House, a beautiful relic of his era, is hidden away behind a high red-brick wall beside one of the busiest roads in West London.
Entrance to Hogarth's House is free although donations towards its upkeep are welcome.
www.britannia.com /hiddenlondon/hoghouse.html   (428 words)

  
 hogarth.html
William Hogarth is arguably the most inventive, creative, and influential visual artist of the eighteenth century.
Hogarth persuaded a number of prominent artists, including Hayman and Highmore, to contribute historical paintings to be exhibited in the Foundling Hospital.
Hogarth wrote one significant work of aesthetics, The Analysis of Beauty (1753) in which he defines his "line of beauty" shown on the painter's pallet in the self portrait below.
www.faculty.de.gcsu.edu /~rviau/ids/Artworks/hogarth.html   (550 words)

  
 William Hogarth
Hogarth compared his sequential paintings to theatrical performances, and thus in each series, minor vices and social affectations are incidentally satirized as the main theme - the punishment of a major vice - takes centre stage.
Also the butt of his satire was the prevailing taste for all things French and Italian (a special concern of Hogarth's, as foreign artists were, he felt, robbing him of his livelihood).
Among the Whores and Thieves: William Hogarth and The Beggar's Opera, by David Birdman.
www.artchive.com /artchive/H/hogarth.html   (704 words)

  
 University of Chicago Hospitals: D. Kyle Hogarth, MD
Kyle Hogarth is an expert in pulmonary diseases--including interstitial lung disease (pulmonary fibrosis) and sarcoidosis.
Hogarth is especially interested in studying sarcoidosis and non-small cell lung cancer.
In 2005, Dr. Hogarth received the KISS (Kick in to Stop Sarcoidosis) Chicago Young Investigator Award from the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research.
www.uchospitals.edu /physicians/d-kyle-hogarth.html   (162 words)

  
 Biography
His satire was directed as much at pedantry and affectation as at immorality, and he saw himself to some extent as a defender of native common sense against a fashion for French and Italian mannerisms.
Hogarth was far and away the most important British artist of his generation.
He was equally outstanding as a painter and engraver and by the force of his pugnacious personality as well as by the quality and originality of his work he freed British art from its domination by foreign artists.
www.wga.hu /bio/h/hogarth/biograph.html   (538 words)

  
 Hogarth Hotel *** Discount London Hotels
Hogarth Hotel is located in the Knightsbridge area of London.
The general rank for Hogarth Hotel is #163 of the 307 hotels in London.Multiple room types are available such as standard room single, Standard 1-2 People etc. An average hotel for London, you can expect the amentities of a historic hotel rated 7 out of 10.
Guests staying at the HOGARTH HOTEL are afforded a wide selection of hotel amenities, such as bar, coffee, concierge, a fitness center, laundry service, meeting rooms, parking, restaurants, and room service.
london.guide-to-hotels.com /hogarth-hotel.html   (253 words)

  
 Literary Encyclopedia: William Hogarth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Hogarth was the first, great, visual artist born and bred in England.
Hogarth acknowledges this literary dimension in his famous self-portrait of 1745, a painting within a painting, in which his oval-framed self-portrait rests on three bound volumes, marked Shakespeare, Milton and Swift, indicating his desire to be thought of as drawing on, and sharing in, the English literary traditions of the theatre, epic and satire.
William Hogarth was born in Bartholomew Court, next to Smithfield, close to the heart of the City of London, on 10 November 1697, the son of Richard Hogarth, a struggling schoolteacher and writer of Latin textbooks.
www.litencyc.com /php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=2167   (664 words)

  
 William Hogarth Biography
William Hogarth was an English painter and printmaker who poignantly commented the English society of the eighteenth century with biting satire.
Hogarth started an apprenticeship as a silversmith in 1714, but never finished it.
Hogarth experienced his first big financial success with A Harlot's Progress, a series of paintings from which he produced engravings in 1732.
www.artelino.com /articles/william_hogarth.asp   (756 words)

  
 Hogarth
Hogarth Press begun in March 1917 by Leonard Woolf to provide his wife with a therapeutic interest.
The name was taken from the Woolf's home at that time in Richmond 'Hogarth House'.
The press was moved to 52 Tavistock Square in 1924, to 37 Mecklenburgh Square in 1939 and, after the bombing of 1940, to Letchworth.
bloomsbury.denise-randle.co.uk /hogarth.htm   (128 words)

  
 The religion of William Hogarth, artist, engraver
William Hogarth (November 10, 1697 - October 26, 1764) was a major British painter, engraver, pictorial satirist, and editorial cartoonist who has been credited as a pioneer in western sequential art.
While the rich look ridiculous and haughty in their fine costumes, the poor are more concerned with food and sex...
He says, "In A Harlot's Progress, every single plate but one is based on Durer's images of the story of the Virgin and the story of the Passion." In other works, he parodies Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper.
www.adherents.com /people/ph/William_Hogarth.html   (562 words)

  
 ERBMania! - Hogarth v ERB Inc.
During 1998, the Hogarth Estate sought to retain Fross Zelnick in connection with "general copyright advice." Fross Zelnick partner Pearson disclosed that Burroughs was a longstanding client of the law firm and that the firm would only represent the Hogarth Estate if it executed a waiver of any claim of conflict.
The Hogarths contend that ERB is barred from claiming to be the author of the Books pursuant to the work-for-hire doctrine because of the statute of limitations, laches, and equitable estoppel.
The Hogarths contend that the registrations for the Books that became effective in the 1970s created a presumption that Burne Hogarth was the author and that ERB has not overcome this presumption.
www.erblist.com /erbmania/erbhogarth.html   (10762 words)

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