heart, or a shilling for a pair of chromolithographic pictures or delft figures to place on his mantelboard, suffered greater privation for the sake of possessing a work of art than the great landlord or shareholder who paid a thousand pounds, which he was too rich to miss, for a portrait that, like Hogarth
's Jack Sheppard, was only interesting to students of criminal physiognomy.
Nor does Hogarth
, in painting the same scene in his own Perseus Descending, make out one whit better.
I would attempt to draw her picture, but that is done already by a more able master, Mr Hogarth
himself, to whom she sat many years ago, and hath been lately exhibited by that gentleman in his print of a winter's morning, of which she was no improper emblem, and may be seen walking
I enjoyed the trips to Hampton Court and the Kensington Museum more than anything else, for at Hampton I saw Raphael's cartoons, and at the Museum, rooms full of pictures by Turner, Lawrence, Reynolds, Hogarth
, and the other great creatures.
Poor, wayward-hearted Collins leaned his head upon their crazy tables; priggish Benjamin Franklin; Savage, the wrong-headed, much troubled when he could afford any softer bed than a doorstep; young Bloomfield, "Bobby" Burns, Hogarth
, Watts the engineer--the roll is endless.
The officers were worried that 'aggressive' Mark Hogarth
was going to assault his partner as he stood over her shouting abuse.
In A Space for Race: Decoding Racism, Multiculturalism, and Post-Colonialism in the Quest for Belonging in Canada and Beyond, Kathy Hogarth
and Wendy Fletcher explore how race and racialization create tensions between groups and solidify the exclusion of the "other" in Canadian society.
RACEDAY presenter Robert Hogarth
has relived how he came close to being killed in a car accident involving popstar Will Young.
The bees belong to Hogarth
Honey and are returning to mmm...and glug...
Their fans knowingly call themselves "The Freaks" and front-man Steve Hogarth
has publicly addressed the trouble Marillion had breaking through to the mainstream.
Their fans knowingly call themselves the 'Freaks' and front-man Steve Hogarth
has publically addressed the trouble Marillion have had breaking through to the mainstream.