2 edition of rake"s progress and other etchings. found in the catalog.
rake"s progress and other etchings.
Catalogue of an exhibition held in London, 3 to 24 December 1963.
Included with the suite are three further printed sheets—a title page, a page of technical information and an introductory statement by the artist inscribed ‘David Hockney 20/50’. The full title of the work, as given on the title page, is ‘A Rake’s Progress. A graphic tale comprising sixteen etchings –’. The artist’s initial trip to New York, in , inspired his first major group of etchings, A Rake’s Progress, which reinterprets the famous cycle of eighteenth-century engravings by William Hogarth. With great wit and candor, Hockney’s “rake” (himself) is a young artist .
These pictures were originally intended to illustrate the problems that arise when psychiatric patients in the community befriend or are befriended by drug users. Both are marginalised in . The scrappy young Pacific Opera Project takes on its biggest challenge with Stravinsky’s “The Rake’s Progress,” the repertory opera written in L.A. but so rarely performed professionally : Mark Swed. A Rake's Progress was one of Hogarth's first morality paintings and shows not only his venture into commercial art but also his strong morals. Also produced around this time were the following works, illustrating other social foibles of the day. A Harlot's Progress, A series of six paintings, this was the first collection of engravings.
The Rakes Progress by Mannion, Warwick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Antique Engravings, 's, set of 8. Set of antique prints by William Hogarth, the Rake's Progress tells the story of a young man inheriting a fortune but squandering it and ending up in the mad house. These items are around years old, all Antique Engravings sold by are certified antique. Poster produced for David Hockney’s exhibition at The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, which displayed the sets and costumes he designed for the Glyndebourne Festival Opera’s production of The Rakes Progress. As with Hockney’s etchings, A Rake’s Progress, William Hogarth’s series of prints by the same name Read moreBrand: David Hockney.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedPdf Phillips, David Hockney, A Rake's Progress: 14 plates (), Fourteen etchings with sugar-lift aquatint in black and red, on Crisbrook Royal Hotpress Brand: David Hockney.These engravings are principally from "The Works of William Hogarth" as published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy in with the original plates restored by James Heath, engraver to His Majesty.
The Heath edition was the last to print directly from Hogarth's original engraved plates.A Rake's Progress was first published by William Ebook in Created several years after A Harlot's Progress, it chronicles many of the same vices and follies.
But whereas Moll, the heroine of the earlier set, is a victim of society, the young, aristocratic 'hero', of A Rake's Progress.