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Hogarth's legacy

Author: Cynthia E Roman
Publisher: [New Haven] : The Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University, New Haven : Yale University Press 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The legacy of graphic artist William Hogarth (1697-1764) remains so emphatic that even his last name has evolved into a common vernacular term referring to his characteristically scathing form of satire. Featuring rarely seen images and written contributions from leading scholars, this book showcases a collection of the artist's works gathered from the Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University and other  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: William Hogarth; William Hogarth; William Hogarth; William Hogarth; William Hogarth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia E Roman
ISBN: 9780300215618 0300215614
OCLC Number: 926820829
Description: 259 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: C. Roman, The Complexities of Hogarth's Legacy ; D. Fordham, Hogarth's Act and the Professional Caricaturist ; C. Roman, Copying the Sleeping Congregation --
Hogarthian Innovations and the Rise of Graphic Satire ; M. Salber Phillips, Hogarth and History Painting ; B. Maidment, Hogarth Moralized? Hogarth's Presence in Nineteenth-Century Mass Circulation Print Culture ; P. Mainardi, Hogarth "Corrected" --
Modern Moral Subjects in France ; M. Printy, Social Physics --
Observation and the Science of Man in Lichtenberg's Hogarth Commentaries ; D. Hardy, The Idea of Hogarth in American Print Culture, from the Revolutionary Era to the 1830s ; R. Paulson, Hogarth and George Steevens.
Responsibility: edited by Cynthia Ellen Roman ; essays by Douglas Fordham, Dominic Hardy, Brian Maidment, Patricia Mainardi, Ronald Paulson, Mark Salber Phillips, Michael Printy, and Cynthia Ellen Roman.

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"The legacy of graphic artist William Hogarth (1697-1764) remains so emphatic that even his last name has evolved into a common vernacular term referring to his characteristically scathing form of satire. Featuring rarely seen images and written contributions from leading scholars, this book showcases a collection of the artist's works gathered from the Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University and other repositories. It attests to the idiosyncratic nature of his style and its international influence, which continues to incite aesthetic and moral debate among critics. The eight essays by eminent Hogarth experts help to further contextualize the artist's unique narrative strategies, embedding the work within German philosophical debates and the moral confusion of the Victorian period and emphasizing the social and political dimensions that are part and parcel of its profound impact. Endlessly parodied and emulated, Hogarth's distinctive satire persists in its influence throughout the centuries and this publication provides the necessary lens through which to view it."--

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