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  1. Video: Interview
    29 May 2013
    Length: 00:03:28

    Curator Tim Batchelor explores British Art from 1650–1730, including the first female professional painter, Mary Beale

    Part of the series: Meet 500 years of British Art
  2. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Join Tate's artist-educator Richard Thomas for a tour and candid discussion on the power behind the early art markets through works such as Hogarth...

  3. Audio: Courses and workshops
    25 September 2007

    William Hogarth is recognised as the first great artistic chronicler of modern urban experience.

  4. Audio: Courses and workshops
    25 September 2007

    In conjunction with Hogarth, this creative writing workshop explores the urban environment as a source of artistic inspiration and production.

  5. Audio
    25 September 2007

    William Hogarth is recognised as the first great artistic chronicler of modern urban experience. Alan Morrison, lecturer at the University of...

  6. Audio: Talks and lectures
    11 July 2007

    Christine Riding, co-curator of Hogarth, introduces the key theme of the exhibition, which presents Hogarth’s work as strikingly modern and urban...

  7. Audio: Talks and lectures
    11 July 2007

    Igor Stravinsky first saw William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress engravings in Chicago in 1946 and soon embarked on writing his own operatic fable on...