William Hogarth(British, 1697-1764)The Four Stages of Cruelty (the complete set of four prints), 1751etching and engravingEach: 15 ½ x 12 ¾ inches.Property from the Madison Museum of Conte
William Hogarth(British, 1697-1764)A pair of prints (At the Easel; The Invasion, Plate II, England)lithograph and intaglioLargest sheet: 17 x 15 inches.Property from the Madison Museum of Contemporary
William Hogarth(British, 1697-1764)Industry and Idleness (the complete set of 12 prints), 1747etching with engravingsLargest: 11 x 16 inches.Property from the Madison Museum of Contemporary ArtProvena
The Contents of Lowood HouseEdinburgh, , UK
Lyon & TurnbullOct 06
Etchings a small collection, including 24 by William Strang, 14 signed by Strang, the majority mounted, 1 torn, some spotting; 13 by William Hogarth, including 4 from Harlotâ€™s Progress, 26 x 37
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