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  2. A Harlot's Progress - Wikipedia's_Progress

    A Harlot's Progress (also known as The Harlot's Progress) is a series of six paintings (1731, now destroyed)[1] and engravings (1732)[2] by the English artist William Hogarth. The series shows the story of a young woman, M. (Moll or Mary) Hackabout, who arrives in London from the country and becomes a prostitute.

  3. William Hogarth (1697-1764) - A Harlots Progress

    Six prints, forming the set 'A Harlot's Progress. The six prints telling the cautionary story of Moll Hackabout, a harlot, were published in April 1732, the first of Hogarth’s ‘Modern Moral Subjects’.

  4. Hogarth: Hogarth's Modern Moral Series. A Harlot's ...

    Hogarth incorporated these inconsistent representations into A Harlot’s Progress, giving them greater resonance and topicality by folding into the storyline references to real-life characters, including Gonson himself, who appears in Scene 3.

    • Hogarth's Progress (BBC 1997)
    • A Harlot's Progress
    • William Hogarth. En skøges liv og andre historier / A Harlot's Progress and Other Stories
    • A Rake's Progress By William Hogarth - Seven Ages of Britain - S1 Ep5 Highlight - BBC One
  5. "A Harlot's Progress" William Hogarth original print Harlot's Progress.htm

    A Harlot's Progress tells the story of the fall and speedy destruction of a girl who comes from the country to London to earn a livelihood. The work is primarily ...

  6. William Hogarth's A Harlot's Progress: the Beginnings of a ...

    90 STIC_1.1_Bartual_083-106.indd 90 3/26/10 1:40:08 PM William Hogarth’s A Harlot’s Progress Figure 4: Hogarth, W. (1732), A Harlot’s Progress, Plate 4, London.

  7. A Harlot's Progress | Hogarth, William | V&A Search the ...

    In a 1732 series of prints, A Harlot’s Progress, William Hogarth highlights the moral weakness and systems of exploitation that he saw at work in 18th-century English society. The series of six images tells the story of ‘Hackabout Moll’, the simple country girl drawn into prostitution following her arrival in the city.

  8. A Harlot’s Progress (1732) – William Hogarth

    A Harlot's Progress is a series of six prints depicting a young woman's experience in moving from the countryside to the city. During the early 18th ...

  9. Hogarth, Harlot's Progress - British Library

    William Hogarth, The Harlot's Progress 1733. Explore this item in our Flash timeline . ... This image is from Hogarth's famous series of prints the Harlot's Progress, ...

  10. Hogarth, A Rake's Progress (article) | Khan Academy

    The first example of these prints, which Hogarth himself termed ‘modern moral subjects’, was A Harlot’s Progress. In this series, we meet the fresh faced Moll ...

  11. William Hogarth - Wikipedia,_William

    William Hogarth FRSA (/ ... whilst he is played by Toby Jones in the 2006 television film A Harlot's Progress. Hogarth's House in Chiswick, west London, ...