Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Hogarth Prints

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P0078HogarthHogarth, William c1750; The March to Finchley or A Representation of the march of the Guards towards Scotland in the year 1745. To His Majesty the King of Prusia; an encourager of the Arts and Sciences! This plate is most humbly dedicated. Engraved by Luke Sullivan. The work was originally intended as a gift to George II, and a print was sent before the release of the painting to him for his approval. But George II thought the picture made fun of his troop and returned the work to Hogarth, who was reportedly hurt by the King's response to what he considered to be one of his finest works. As a reult of this Hogarth later altered the inscription to read "the King of Prussia", rather than "the King of England", and presented the work to Frederick II of PrussiaSOLDImage to follow
P0331HogarthHogarth, William; "The March to Finchley, engraved by T E Nicholson, from the original by Wm Hogarth", published 1833 h 120 x w 155mm£20Image to follow
H0003HogarthThe Enraged Musician. Designed, engraved and published by William Hogarth, 30 November 1741. Copper engraving. Mounted in a window mount.h 333mm x w 401mm£200Image to follow
H0002HogarthBeer Street and Gin Lane. A pair of engravings. Designed, engraved and published by William Hogarth, 1751. Copper engraving.h 305mm x w 382mm (each)SOLD Image to followH0002
H0004HogarthA Harlot's Progress. A set of 6 engravings. Designed, engraved and published by William Hogarth, 1744. This is the 2nd edition (with small cross below (image) published by Hogarth Copper engraving. h 305mm x w 385mm£600 (set)Image to followImage to follow Image to follow Image to follow Image to follow Image to follow
H0049HogarthThe Pool of Bethesda. Engraved from the Original Picture Painted by William Hogarth Esq. on the Stair Case in St Bartholemew's Hospital, 1772. Engraved by Ravenet and Picot after Hogarth's original painting and commissioned by John and Josiah Boydell for their edition of Hogarth's collected works, Feb 24th 1772. Copper engraving. Simon Fran?ois Ravenet was a French engraver and etcher, who spent much of his working life in London. Celebrated as a portrait engraver, he also assisted Hogarth in the engraving of the Marriage a-la-Mode plates. Condition: page trimmed to platemark along the bottom. h 460mm x w 540mm£185Image to follow
H0047HogarthHere Justice Triumphs in His Elbow Chair. Drawn by William Hogarth but not published in his lifetime). Engraved by Thomas Cook 1806 for "Hogarth Restored. The Whole Works of the celebrated William Hogarth". Copper engraving. Condition: Full margins, a good copy.h 280mm x w 330mm£85Image to follow
H0037HogarthRoyal Masquerade, Somerset House, 1805. Painted by William Hogarth and engraved by Thomas Cook for "Hogarth Restored. The Whole Works of the celebrated William Hogarth". Copper engraving.h 430mm x w 520mm£95Image to follow
H0020HogarthHudibras encounters the Skimmington, Plate XII, c1822. Designed and engraved by William Hogarth. This copy comes from the last edition published from the original plates which were restored by Heath. Copper engraving.h 275mm x w 490mm£120Image to follow
H0019HogarthHudibras encounters the Skimmington, 12, c1806 or later. Designed by William Hogarth. This edition probably Cook who redrew the paltes. Copper engraving.h 270mm x w 490mm£100Image to follow
H0035HogarthKing Henry the Eight and Anna Bullen, 1796-1803. Designed by WIlliam Hogarth and engraved by T Cook. Copper engraving. Condition: Some aged iscolouration to edges of 3 borders and tears to left hand border. None affecting image.h 355mm x w 455mm£95Image to follow
H0033HogarthKing Henry the Eight and Anna Bullen. Designed by William Hogarth. Original Copper engraving. Condition: Some aged discolouration to borders. Not affecting image.h 355mm x w 455mm£95Image to follow
H0034HogarthKing Henry the Eight and Anna Bullen, 1796-1803. Designed by William Hogarth and printed by Robert Williamson, Carrington Bowles and R Sayer. Republished by R & E Williamson 1828. Copper engraving.h 355mm x w 478mm£95Image to follow
H0036HogarthKing Henry the Eight and Anna Bullen. Designed by William Hogarth and engraved by T Cook, 1801. Copper engraving. Condition: Some age discolouration to borders. Not affecting image.h 355mm x w 455mm£95Image to follow
H0030HogarthSancho at the Feat Starved By His Physician. Designed by William Hogarth and engraved by Thomas Cook, 1796-1803, for "Hogarth Restored. The Whole Works of the celebrated William Hogarth". Copper engraving. Full borders.h 275mm x w 295mm£84Image to follow
H0039HogarthHudibras Catechiz'd and Hudibras's First Adventure. (Two plates on one sheet). Printed for Robert Sayer, c1768. Copper engraving.h 545mm x w 330mm (size of she£180Image to follow