1794 FAMED William Hogarth ART 1ed Samuel Ireland Engravings Illustration BEAUTY

IRELAND, Samuel

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William Hogarth was one of the most famous English artists of the 18th-century and his satirical cartoons appeared in comic-strips and other printed works for decades. His most famous works were short series of sketches that told moral stories through the lens of political satire – ‘A Harlot’s Progress,’ ‘A Rake’s Progress,’ and ‘Marriage.’

 

Samuel Ireland, an English engraver, etched many of his engravings after the art of Hogarth. These 57 engravings were published in the 1794 “Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth” – a collection of Ireland’s engravings of Hogarth’s art.

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1794 FAMED William Hogarth ART 1ed Samuel Ireland Engravings Illustration BEAUTY

 

William Hogarth was one of the most famous English artists of the 18th-century and his satirical cartoons appeared in comic-strips and other printed works for decades. His most famous works were short series of sketches that told moral stories through the lens of political satire – ‘A Harlot’s Progress,’ ‘A Rake’s Progress,’ and ‘Marriage.’

 

Samuel Ireland, an English engraver, etched many of his engravings after the art of Hogarth. These 57 engravings were published in the 1794 “Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth” – a collection of Ireland’s engravings of Hogarth’s art.

 

Item number: #25246

Price: $599

 

IRELAND, Samuel

 

Graphic illustrations of Hogarth: from pictures, drawings, and scarce prints in the possession of Samuel Ireland, author of this work; of a picturesque tour through Holland, Brabant, &c. and of the picturesque beauties of the rivers Thames and Medway.

 

London: Published by R. Faulder, 1794. First edition.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • xvi, 183 (i.e., 185), [1]
    • 57 engravings
  • Provenance:
    • Armorial bookplate – Agnew Bart. Of Lochnaw
      • Possibly Sir Andrew Agnew, 7th Baronet (1793–1849), a Scottish politician and a prominent promoter of Sunday Sabbatarianism, which brought him to the notice of Charles Dickens, who criticized both his cause and his character. Motto: FAX MENTIS HONESTÆ GLORIA; CONSILIO NON IMPETU
    • Handwritten – [Jas. De Courcy]
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; tight and secure
  • Size: ~9.25in X 6.5in (23.5cm x 16.5cm)

 

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25246

Category

Arts & Architecture

Authors

IRELAND, Samuel

Printing Date

18th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete