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Classifications: Prints

Classifications: Prints
The Fickleness of Fashion
William Hogarth
1745
33.720
The Cock Fight or The Cock Pit
William Hogarth
1759
47.121
Dr. Benjamin Headly
William Hogarth
18th century
33.709
Vanity
William Hogarth
1735
33.710
Prosperity
William Hogarth
1735
33.711
The Innocent Girl Becomes a Harlot
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.297
The Harlot Finds a Protector
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.298
A Harlot's Fall
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.299
The Harlot Lodged in Bridewell
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.300
The Harlot Falls Sick
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.301
The Harlot's Funeral
William Hogarth
designed 1732, printed 1744
44.302
Enraged Musician
William Hogarth
18th century
33.745
Taste in High Life
William Hogarth
18th century
33.746
Southwark Fair
William Hogarth
1733
33.748
The Bruiser, C. Churchill
William Hogarth
1763
33.749
England, Plate 2
William Hogarth
18th century
33.750
France, Plate 1
William Hogarth
18th century
33.751
Hudibras in Tribulation
William Hogarth
1726
33.755
Hudibras and the Skimmington
William Hogarth
1725-1726
33.758
Paul Before Felix
William Hogarth
18th century
33.776
The Reward of Cruelty
William Hogarth
1751
33.779
Second Stage of Cruelty
William Hogarth
1751
33.780
First Stage of Cruelty
William Hogarth
1751
33.781
Gin Lane
William Hogarth
1751
33.782
Beer Street
William Hogarth
1751
33.783
Madness Thou Chaos
William Hogarth
1735
33.785
Happy the Man...
William Hogarth
1735
33.786
Vanity of Age
William Hogarth
1735
33.712
Vanity of Youthful Blood
William Hogarth
1735
33.713
New To The School
William Hogarth
1735
33.714
Gold, Etc.
William Hogarth
1735
33.715
The Fatal Consequences
William Hogarth
1745
33.716
The Sad Conclusion
William Hogarth
1745
33.717
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.