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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Gin Lane, 1751

Art print by William Hogarth #303179

William Hogarth


William Hogarth

English painter, printmaker and satirist William Hogarth was born in London in 1697. Known for his satirical and comic-strip like cartoons featuring crowds of people from all walks of life, he is often considered a pioneer in Western sequential art.

Loved for their bawdy humour and political and social satire, this is a wonderful and characterful collection of prints that work really well in sets. The collection includes restrike etchings that are great collector’s items, as well as Hogarth’s iconic series of A Rake’s Progress from the Sir John Soane’s Museum.

William Hogarth

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Anonymous . Verified

1 month ago

Very impressed with the print and the service received by the company. Best of all my daughterinlaw loved her present

Michael B. Verified

Good quality print and value for the money.