A Space for Dialogue 94

Brochure cover for Space for Dialogue 94.
June, 2019 Supplementary PDF (689.9 KB)

Society Engraved

Jules Wheaton '19, Levinson Intern Campus Engagment

Published by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, 2019, 4 pages

Based in London, William Hogarth (1697–1764) was a widely influential English painter and engraver whose work, particularly as a printmaker, offered pointed, shrewd, and satirical social and political commentary. Hogarth’s prints depicted prostitutes, unfaithful spouses, the poor, venereal diseases, and death—urgent social issues in his day—in accessible, often humorous vignettes.

Publication type: A Space for Dialogue Brochures

Publication subject: Europe