Analysis of Beauty print by William Hogarth

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Inspired by the sculptor John Cheer’s famous sculpting yard at Hyde Park Corner, this 1753 etching by William Hogarth is a plate from the artist’s work Analysis of Beauty, held in the V&A archive.


Analysis of Beauty
William Hogarth (1697–1764)
Print etching on paper
London, 1753
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London


William Hogarth




Giclée printed on fine art paper 250gsm

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