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Sign painter in Beer St by William Hogarth, 1751

Sign painter in Beer St by William Hogarth, 1751

Meredith Kasabian of the Pre-Vinylite Society introduces an exhibition of contemporary sign painting she has curated which opens at Oxo Tower Wharf on the South Bank.

via Society Of Sign Painters’ Grand Exhibition | Spitalfields Life

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After William Hogarth, A Scene from the Beggar’s Opera, 1728/29, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

In an ironic twist of fate this painting by William Hogarth, which was donated to the Nation…

Source: The Fake’s Progress – Washington ‘Hogarth’ revealed as a forgery | The Printshop Window

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