The delicate cross-hatching that reached back to Hogarth and Dore was not as precise as it had been, but he was over 80 now.
He hesitated, Hogarth being once within the house and lost to him, but after some minutes dared to follow.
Then this by Hogarth is entirely wise and right; but worldly-wise, not divine.
Mr. Hogarth's work, I am sorry to say, can never be depended upon as to facts.
What would Hogarth have said, had he lived at the present day?
On the occasion of the sudden death of Mrs. Hogarth's son, George.
No one can suspect Hogarth to have been tainted by the vices he exposed.
A host of signboards are attributed to Hogarth or that eccentric and profligate genius, George Morland.
Here is Hogarth's celebrated picture of "Paul before Felix."
This was in return for some "passes," which Hogarth had engraved for Tyer.