Artist
William Hogarth (1697‑1764)
Title
Death Giving George Taylor a Cross-Buttock
Date date not known
MediumChalk and graphite on paper
Dimensionssupport: 402 x 480 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T08211
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William Hogarth, 'Death Giving George Taylor a Cross-Buttock, date not known
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'Death Giving George Taylor a Cross-Buttock'date not known
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'George Taylor Triumphing over Death'date not known
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William Hogarth,
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William Hogarth,
'A Rake's Progress (plate 5)', 1735
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'A Rake's Progress (plate 7)', 1735
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'Three Ladies in a Grand Interior ('The Broken Fan'), possibly Catherine Darnley, Duchess of Buckingham with Two Ladies', c.1736
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'The Strode Family', c.1738
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'James Quin, Actor', c.1739
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'Head of a Lady, Called Lady Pembroke', c.1740
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'Lavinia Fenton, Duchess of Bolton', c.1740-50
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'Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Winchester', 1741
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'Mrs Salter', 1741