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Marriage A-la-Mode: 6, The Lady's Death - William Hogarth - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: 18c British,  Classics & Masters,  Figurative,  National Gallery,  Pre 1900,  William Hogarth,  


  • Framed 18c British art print (33 x 40 cm) by William Hogarth.
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  • Framed Size is 33 x 40 cm.
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About this artwork

Hogarth's well-known collection 'Marriage A-la-mode' humorously portrays the tale of a loveless marriage, orchestrated by two fortune-hunting fathers. One is a prodigal Earl desperate for money, while the other is a rich merchant aspiring to climb the social ladder. The last scene, 'The Lady's Death', depicts the Countess' tragic end. She consumes poison after discovering that her lover, Silvertongue, has been executed for the murder of the Earl. This print is color-coordinated with the original artwork and has been given the green light by the National Gallery. Every acquisition aids the museum's ongoing endeavors.



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About the artist

Meet William Hogarth (1697 - 1764), the preeminent British artist of his era. Not just an English painter, he was also an engraver, social commentator, editorial cartoonist, and an occasional art theorist. Famous for his 'modern moral subjects' series, Hogarth sold engravings of these works by subscription.

In the early 1720s, after training as a silver plate engraver, Hogarth launched his own business in London. Meanwhile, he studied painting at the St Martin's Lane Academy under the mentorship of Sir James Thornhill, whose daughter he eventually married in 1729. Hogarth pioneered the concept of using sequential, anecdotal images to satirise social misconduct and underscore moral lessons, infusing his work with a potent blend of wit and hard-hitting directness.

Hogarth described his approach as akin to a dramatist, with his canvas as his stage and his subjects as his actors. However, his art extended beyond sermonizing, wielding satire to critique pedantry, affectation, and immorality. In 1735, he founded an academy in St Martin's Lane, a precursor to the Royal Academy.

Hogarth remains a towering figure in British art, his impactful work and his vibrant personality helped British artsists to break through the domination by foreign artists at the time.

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