William Hogarth, 'Heads of Six of Hogarth's Servants' circa 1750-5
William Hogarth
Heads of Six of Hogarth's Servants circa 1750-5
Oil on canvas
support: 630 x 755 mm
frame: 883 x 1009 x 65 mm
Purchased 1892

Hogarth Study Day – Part 1

An audio recording from the Hogarth Study Day held at Tate Britain. William Hogarth is recognised as the first great artistic chronicler of modern urban experience.

Hogarth Study Day – Part 2

An audio recording from the Hogarth Study Day held at Tate Britain. William Hogarth is recognised as the first great artistic chronicler of modern urban experience.

No other artist has come to define a period of British history as powerfully and enduringly as William Hogarth. Led by Professor Mark Hallett and Christine Riding, the co-curators of the Hogarth exhibition, this study afternoon explores the character, impact and continuing influence of Hogarth’s art.