Morning [graphic] / invented painted engrav'd & publish'd by Wm. Hogarth, March 25, 1738 according to act of Parliament.
[London] [Wm. Hogarth] [25 March 1738]
1 print : etching and engraving on laid paper ; plate mark 489 x 397 mm
Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires, v. 3, no. 2357 Paulson, R. Hogarth's graphic works (3rd ed.), no. 146 Paulson, R. Hogarth's graphic works (1st ed.), no. 152
Title engraved below image. State and series from Paulson. First plate in the series: Four times a day and Strolling actresses dressing in a barn. Sheet trimmed to plate mark. Purchased from John Grant, Ltd., Edinburgh; August 1940; £20 Kinnaird lot. With Kinnaird bookplate; disbound at Yale. Formerly owned by Charles Kinnaird, 8th Lord Kinnaird of Inchture (1780-1826).
The first print in the series "Four Times of the Day" is a scene in Covent Garden. In the center, a middle-aged woman walks from the left towards St. Paul's church; the clock on the tower showing 6:55. She is followed by a servant boy carrying her prayer book under his arm as he tries to warm his hands in his pocket and jacket. St. Paul's is partially hidden behind a tavern identified by a sign reading "Tom King's Coffee House." There is a fight in the doorway, one man losing his wig as it flies out the door. In front of the tavern is a fire where two couples embrace as two women warm themselves, the one reaching out to beg of the well-dressed woman; two large baskets with vegetables sit behind the women, with carrots and mushrooms in the left foreground. To the left, in the middle distance, a small crowd, including two small boys with school bags on their backs, surrounds a man holding a placard advertising a remedy known as Dr. Rock's.
Beggars Children City & town life Couples Crowds Fighting Food vendors Kinnaird, Charles Kinnaird, Baron, 1780-1826 Perrins, Charles William Dyson, 1864-1958 Prostitutes Quacks Servants Signs (Notices) Steevens, George, 1736-1800 Taverns (Inns) Women
Covent Garden (London, England)
Engravings -- England -- London -- 1738 Etchings -- England -- London -- 1738 Satires (Visual works) -- England -- 1738
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