William Hogarth – English Pictorial Satirist

William Hogarth (1697-1764) was an English artist, printmaker, engraver, and satirist. He is credited with the concept of sequential art. His works cover a wide range of topics including realistic portraits, comic-like strips, political satire, and historical art. He made several series of moral works including A Harlot’s Progress, Rake’s Progresses, and Marriage à-la-mode which is considered to be his finest work. Our collection of patterns includes a wide cross section of his works including two Self Portraits, The Shrimp Girl, The Roast Beef of Old England, An Election Entertainment, David Garrick and His Wife, David Garrick as Richard III, The Enunciation, and Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait with Pug

Marriage à-la-mode – The Tête à Tête

The Shrimp Girl

Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram

The March of the Guards to Finchley

Heads of Six of Hogarth’s Servants

The Roast Beef of Old England

Marriage à-la-mode – The Marriage Settlement

David Garrick and His Wife

David Garrick as Richard III

Miss Mary Edwards

An Election Entertainment

Moses Brought Before Pharaoh’s Daughter

Marriage à-la-mode – The Inspection

The Strode Family

William Jones

Simon Fraser 11th Baron Lovat

Portrait of Sarah Malcolm in Prison

Portrait of Dr. Benjamin Hoadly

Rake’s Progress – Orgy

Self Portrait

The Denunciation

Mrs. Catherine Edwards

George Arnold

Portrait of Madame Salter

The Graham Children