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HOGARTH

Gourlay, A.S. "'Hogarth's Cottage': Engravings of the Design." Scriblerian, 25, 1 (Autumn 1992): 66-8.

Lindberg, M.K. "William Hogarth's Theatrical Writings: The Interplay Between Theatre, His Theories, and His Art." Theatre Notebook, 47, 1 (1993): 29-41.


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Zeitschrift des Deutschen Vereins fur Kunstwissenschaft, 46 (1992) is a special number devoted to English-German relations in the 18th and 19th centuries. Articles [in German] include: W Busch, "The Reception of Hogarth in Chodowiecki and Kaulbach: Influences of English Prints in German" (9); B. Baumgartel, "Attitudes and Painting: The Paradox of Silent Emotion as a Synthesis of Invention and Imitation in 18th-Century Portraiture" (21); J. Gage, "English Contributions to Friedrich's Landscapes" (43).


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HOGARTH

Kiaer, C.H. "Professional Femininity om Hogarth's 'Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn.'" Art History, 16, 2 (June 1993): 239-65.


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HOGARTH

Einberg, E. "Music for Mars, or the Case of the Duke's Lost Sword: A Note on an Interpretation of a Hogarth Painted Satire and Social Caricature in the 18th Century." Huntington Library Quarterly, 56, 2 (Spring 1993): 181-90.

Wagner, P. "Satirical Functions of the Bible in Hogarth's Graphic Art" [in English]. Etudes anglaises, 46, 2 (avril-juin 1993): 141-66.


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HOGARTH

Wind, B. "Hogarth and Roemer Visscher: Influences on the Prints' Emblematic Imagery." Source, 13, 1 (Autumn 1993): 6-10.


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HOGARTH

Wagoner, Peter. "The Satire on Doctors in Hogarth's Graphic Works," in Roy Porter, & Marie Roberts, eds., _Literature and Medicine during the Eighteenth Century_ (London, 1993), pp 200-225.


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HOGARTH

Mazzaro, J. "The Arts of Memory and Hogarth's Line of Beauty." Essays in Literature, 20, 2 (Autumn 1993): 213-30.

* Bolte, Ulrike. _Deformitat als Metapher: Ihre Bedeutung und Rezeption im England des 18. Jahrhunderts._ Bern &c.: Peter Lang, 1993. 305 pp. ISBN 3-631-46644-7 [Hasslichkeit ( ugliness or deformity) vs. beauty; emblematics; Hogarth; Hartley]


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Cantrell, Pamela. "Writing the Picture: Fielding, Smollett, and Hogarthian Pictorialism." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 69-89.

HOGARTH


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[see also titles by Diderot listed under History of Art; by Strugnell listed under History of Art-Hogarth]

HOGARTH

Strugnell, Anthony. "Diderot, Hogarth and the Ideal Model." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (Autumn 1995).


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Flint, Christopher. "'The Family Piece': Oliver Goldsmith and the Politics of the Everyday in Eighteenth-Century Domestic Portraiture." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 29, 2 (1996): 127-52. [Reynolds, Gainsborough, Devis, Hogarth]

HOGARTH

* Wagner, Peter. Reading Iconotexts: from Swift to the French Revolution. Reaktion Books, 1995. 211 pp. ISBN 0-948462-71-X [frontispiece to Swift's Gulliver's Travels; Johann Scheuchzer's Kupfer-Bibel; Hogarth; obscene prints lampooning French Aristocracy; Genette, Foucault & Derrida]


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HOGARTH

Wagner, Peter. "How to Mis(Read) Hogarth: Or, Ekphrasis Galore." 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 2 (1996): 203-240.


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HOGARTH

McNamara, Ruthann. "Hogarth and the Comic Muse." Print Quarterly (Sept. 1996): 251-58. [Hogarth's "Comic Muse" as a reaction to Sandby's caricature of H. when H. opposed the foundation of an Academy]


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Ayres, James. "The vernacular art of the artisan in England." Magazine Antiques, 151, 2 (February 1997): 312-21 [Hogarth; English folk art; pictorial signs]

HOGARTH

Paulson, Ronald. "Auden, Hogarth, and the Rake's Progress." Raritan, 16, 2 (Autumn 1996): 22-51.

Hartop, Christopher. "Engraving on English silver, 1580-1760." The Magazine Antiques, 151, 2 (February 1997): 338-49 [heraldry, arms, cyphers, crests, French & English pattern book, Hogarth & silver engraving]


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Brown, Murray L. "Sir Hargrave Pollexfen, William Hogarth and 'that Obelisk behind us': Sexual Violence in Sir Charles Grandison." Philological Quarterly,75, 4 (Fall 1996): 455-70.

HOGARTH

McNamara, R.A. "Hogarth and the Comic Muse." Print Quarterly, 13, 3 (September 1996): 251-58.


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HOGARTH

Kramer, M. "Hogarth's anniversary: Exhibitions." Magazine Antiques, 151, 3 (March 1997): 400 ff.


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HOGARTH

* Uglow, Jenny. Hogarth: A Life and a World. Faber, 1997. 794 pp., ill. ISBN 0-571-16996-1


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* Haslam, Fiona. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine and Art in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Liverpool University Press, 1996.


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Troost, Linda V. "From Handel to Hogarth: The Culture of Early Georgian England." East Central Intelligencer, N.S., 11, 3 (September 1997): 27-28 [On the Aston Magna Festival].


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Ribeiro, Aileen. "Reading dress in Hogarth's 'Marriage A-la-Mode'." Apollo, (New Series) 147, 432 (February 1998): 49-50.

[see also titles by Wurst and by Tautz listed under Germany-Literature; by Ribeiro under History of Art-Hogarth]


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Hogarth

* Egerton, Judy. Hogarth's Marriage A-la-mode. London: Nation Gallery Publications,1998. 64 pp., ill.


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HOGARTH

Kenyon, G. "A Hogarth Puzzle." Early Music, 26, 1 (February 1998): 66 ff. [Marriage à la Mode]

Krysmanski, Bernd. "We See a Ghost: Hogarth's Satire on Methodists and Connoisseurs." Art Bulletin, 80, 5 (June 1998): 292-310.

[see also title by Kenyon listed under History of Art - Hogarth]


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HOGARTH

Krysmanski, B. "We see a ghost: Hogarth's satire on Methodists and conoisseurs." Art Bulletin, 80, 2 (June 1998): 292 ff.

* Ogée, Frédéric, ed. The Dumb Show: Image and Society in the Works of William Hogarth. Oxford, Studies on Voltaire and the 18th-century, 357, 1997. 223 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7294-0554-0


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HOGARTH

Krysmanski, Bernd. "Lust in Hogarth's Sleeping Congregation -- Or, How to waste time in Post-Puritan England." Art History, 21, 3 (September 1998): 393-408.

Lawson, H. "Hogarth's plotting of Marriage a la Mode." Word & Image, 14, 3 (July-September 1998): 267-80.


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HOGARTH

Krysmanski, Bernd. "Hogarth's A Rake's Progress: An Anti-Passion in Disguise. 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 4 (1998): 137-82.

Krysmanski, Bernd. "Lust in Hogarth's Sleeping Congregation -- or, how to waste time in post-Puritan England." Art History, 21, 3 (September 1998): 393-408.


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HOGARTH

* Hallett, Mark. The Spectacle of Difference: Graphic Satire in the Age of Hogarth. Yale University Press, May 1999. 240 pp., ill. ISBN: 0�300�07778�5 [see synopsis on YUP's home page]


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[see title by Hanley listed under History of Art - Hogarth; by Dendle listed under Philosophy - Hume]

HOGARTH

Hanley, H.J.M. "'Satan, Sin and Death': Sources for Milton's first illustrator, and for Hogarth." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 35-40.

Rustin, F. "From the Prodigal Son to The Rake's Progress: Hogarth's forerunners." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998):15-16.

Smith, N.E. "The Hogarth tradition: Cruikshank and Frith." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 22-25.

Williamson, Paul. "Hogarth and the Strangelove Effect." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 80-95.

Woodward, C. "Hogarth's "Marriage Contract." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 13-14.


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HOGARTH

Lawson, J. "Hogarth's plotting of Marriage a la Mode." Word & Image, 14, 3 (July-September 1998): 267-80.

Santesso, Aaron. "William Hogarth and the Tradition of Sexual Scissors." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 499-522.

[see also title by Mellor listed under England - Literature - Blake; ;title by Santesso listed under History of Art - Hogarth]


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[see title by West listed under History of Art - Hogarth]

HOGARTH

Asfour, Amal. "Hogarth's Post-Newtonian Universe." Journal of the History of Ideas, 60, 4 (October 1999): 693-716 [Locke; Berkeley; paintings of plays by Dryden, Gay, in private performance]

Immel, Andrea. Exhibition review of "Death by Hogarth," Fogg Museum, Harvard, 1999. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 1 (Fall 1999): 128-30.

Kenyon, G. "A Hogarth puzzle." Early Music, 26, 1 (February 1998): 66-68 [Marriage à la Mode].

West, Shearer. "Wilkes's Squint: Synecdochic Physiognomy and Political Identity in Eighteenth-Century Print Culture." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 1 (Fall 1999): 65-4 [Hogarth, Zoffany, and anon. Portraits]

Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 1 (Fall 1999), includes a special "Review Forum" marking the Hogarth tercentenary. Articles include Patricia Crown, "The Hogarth Tercentenary: An Overview of Commemorative Events" (131); Hans-Peter Wagner on "Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy," an exhibition and catalogue (134); Frédéric Ogée on Paulson's edition of The Analysis of Beauty (137); Bernd Krysmansky on Joachim Möller, Hogarth in Context and Peter Wagner, Reading Iconotexts (139); Amelia Rauser on Ogéee, The Dumb Show: Image and Society in the Works of William Hogarth (141); and Thoams Krämer on B.W. Krysmanski, Hogarth's "Enthusiasm Delineated" (143).

[see also title by Asfour listed under History of Art - Hogarth]

[see also title by Asfour listed under History of Art - Hogarth]

[see also title by Asfour listed under History of Art - Hogarth]


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HOGARTH

Ogée, Frédéric. �Je-sais-quoi: la représentation des formes du vivant dans l'�uvre de William Hogarth�. Dix-huitième siècle, 31 (1999): 249-268.


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Fiona. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth-Century

HOGARTH

(ed.). Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy. Berkeley: University of Bernd W.  Hogarth's "Enthusiasm Delineated": Nachahmung als
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Hogarth

Krysmanski, Bernd. The Site for Research on William Hogarth (1697-1764) -- includes bibliography, links, some of professor Krysmanski's articles on-line, &c., now available: http://come.to/William_Hogarth


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Harris, John. "What might be called a frame-up: The Hogarth House." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 19-21.

Hogarth

Brewer, David A. "Making Hogarth Heritage." Representations, 72 (Fall 2000): 21-63.

Egerton, Judy. "Death by Hogarth." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 50. [On an exhibition at Harvard's Fogg Museum, with published catalogue, Death by Hogarth (1999); 72 pp., ill.]

Stevenson, C. "Hogarth's mad King and his audiences." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 25-43.


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Hogarth

Santesso, Aaron. "William Hogarth and the Tradition of Sexual Scissors." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 499-521.

[see also titles by Fletcher listed under England - History; by O'Quinn under England - Literature - Inchbald; by Bechtel under France - History; by Nell listed under France - Literature; by Santesso under History of Art - Hogarth; by Nye under Theory; by Somerville under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]


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Hogarth

Hoffbrand, B. "John Misaubin, Hogarth's quack: a case for rehabilitation." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 94, 3 (2001): 143-47.


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Hogarth

Hoffbrand, Barry. "John Misaubin, Hogarth's quack: a case for rehabilitation." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 94, 3 (March 2001): 143-47.


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Hogarth

* Fort, Bernadette, & Angela Rosenthal, eds. The Other Hogarth: Aesthetics of Difference. Princeton University Press, 2001. viii, 320 pp. See http://pup.princeton.edu/titles/7057.html

Steintrager, James A. "Monstrous Appearances: Hogarth's Four Stages of Cruelty and the Paradox of Inhumanity." The Eighteenth Century, Theory and Interpretation, 42 (2001): 59-82.

* Klemme, Heiner F., & Manfred Kuehn,ed. The Reception of British Aesthetics in Germany: Seven Significant Translations, 1745-1776. Thoemmes Press, 2001. 7 vols., 2100 pp. ISBN 1-85506-899-0 [Spalding, Mylius, Resewitz; Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Hogarth, Hume, Burke, Gerard]


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Hogarth

Steintrager, James A. "Monstrous Appearances: Hogarth's Four Stages of Cruelty and the Paradox of Inhumanity." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 1 (Spring 2001): 59-82.


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* Fielding, Henry. Examen des causes de l'augmentation récente du nombre des brigands, &c.. Paris: Éditions des cendres. 240 pp. Illustrations de William Hogarth. ISBN: 2-86742-030-X.

Hogarth

Gourlay, Alexander. "'Reading the Speaking Picture': Hogarth's Rake's Progress Five." The Scriblerian, 36, 1 (Autumn 2003): 1-4, ill.

Turner, Juran, and Simon Turner. "Cataloguing Projects at the NPG [National Portrait Gallery, London]." Print Quarterly, 20 (2003): 78-80 [funded by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, a two-year project to catalogue and to make accessible "a number of special collections of prints held in the Heinz Archive and Library," including "two collections of Alexander Browne and John Smith mezzotints." "Browne . . . is one of the most important publishers of early mezzotints in Britain, whereas Smith is arguably the most significant native printmaker prior to William Hogarth." For info. on the albums, see two notes by Antony Griffiths in Print Quarterly, 6 (1989), 248, and 7 (1990), 141. The catalogued material will be put on the NPG's IT Gallery's database (Multi MIMSY), with digital images, and soon be available online: <www.npg.org.uk>]


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* Myers, Robin, Michael Harris, & Giles Madelbrote, eds. The London Book Trade: Topographies of Print in the Metropolis from the Sixteenth Century. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2003. xvi, 185 pp., ill., maps [the booktrade around St. Paul's from 16th-19th centuries: Peter W. M. Blayney, "The Site of the Sign of the Sun," Giles Mandelbrote, "Workplaces and Living Spaces: London Book Trade Inventories of the Late Seventeenth Century," Michael Harris, "Print in Neighbourhood Commerce: The Case of Carter Lane," Sheila O'Connell, "The Print Trade in Hogarth's London," James Raven, "Location, Size, and Succession: The Bookshops of Paternoster Row before 1800," David J. Shaw, "French Émigrés in the London Book Trade to 1850," & David Chambers, "Private Printing in London in the Nineteenth Century."]


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* Payne, Christiana, & William Vaughan, eds. English Accents: Interactions with British Art, c. 1776-1855. Ashgate, 2004. 290 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0712-7 [includes: C. Payne, "Introduction: international cross-currents in an age of nationalism"; David Bindman, "Americans in London: contemporary history painting revisited"; Anne-Marie Link, "Papierkultur: the British print, history and modernity in Enlightenment Germany"; Galina Andreeva, "�Everything English is the mode here�: Russian reactions to British painting in the late 18th and early 19th centuries"; Michael Rosenthal, "A view of New Holland: Aspects of the colonial prospect"; Sarah Symmons, "�A new people and a limited society�: British art and the Spanish spectator"; Barthélémy Jobert, "A la recherche de l�école anglaise: Lawrence, Wilkie and Martin, three British artists in Restoration France"; W. Vaughan, "�Consciously objective and moral�: Hogarth and the political artist in Vormärz Germany"; Andrew Wilton, "American landscape painting and the European paradigm"; Rosalind P. Blakesly, "Slavs, Brits, and the question of national identity in art: Russian responses to British painting in the mid-19th century"; Tim Barringer, "Unmistakably American? National myths and the historiography of landscape painting in the USA"; W. Vaughan: "Afterword: British art and its histories"].

* Klemme, Heiner F., & Manfred Kuehn, ed. The Reception of British Aesthetics in Germany: Seven Significant Translations, 1745-1776. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 7 vols., 2100 pp. ISBN 1-85506-899-0 [influential works by Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Hogarth, Hume, Burke, Gerard, as translated by Spalding, Mylius, and Resewitz].


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* Payne, Christiana, & William Vaughan, eds. English Accents: Interactions with British Art, c. 1776-1855. Ashgate, 2004. 290 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0712-7 [includes: C. Payne, "Introduction: international cross-currents in an age of nationalism"; David Bindman, "Americans in London: contemporary history painting revisited"; Anne-Marie Link, "Papierkultur: the British print, history and modernity in Enlightenment Germany"; Galina Andreeva, "�Everything English is the mode here�: Russian reactions to British painting in the late 18th and early 19th centuries"; Michael Rosenthal, "A view of New Holland: Aspects of the colonial prospect"; Sarah Symmons, "�A new people and a limited society�: British art and the Spanish spectator"; Barthélémy Jobert, "A la recherche de l�école anglaise: Lawrence, Wilkie and Martin, three British artists in Restoration France"; W. Vaughan, "�Consciously objective and moral�: Hogarth and the political artist in Vormärz Germany"; Andrew Wilton, "American landscape painting and the European paradigm"; Rosalind P. Blakesly, "Slavs, Brits, and the question of national identity in art: Russian responses to British painting in the mid-19th century"; Tim Barringer, "Unmistakably American? National myths and the historiography of landscape painting in the USA"; W. Vaughan: "Afterword: British art and its histories"].

Hogarth

Barlow, Jeremy. The Enraged Musician: Hogarth�s Musical Imagery. Ashgate, 2005. 388 pp., ill. ISBN: 1-84014-615-X

See also title by Barlow listed under History of Art � Hogarth; see also title Aesthetics and Music listed under Philosophy � Aesthetics

* Klemme, Heiner F., & Manfred Kuehn, ed. The Reception of British Aesthetics in Germany: Seven Significant Translations, 1745-1776. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 7 vols., 2100 pp. ISBN 1-85506-899-0 [influential works by Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Hogarth, Hume, Burke, Gerard, as translated by Spalding, Mylius, and Resewitz].


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hogarth


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