Marriage A-la-Mode, Plate V

Simon François Ravenet, French, 1706 - 1774
after William Hogarth, English, 1697 - 1764



Etching and engraving on wove paper

Plate: 15 1/8 × 18 3/8 in. (38.4 × 46.6 cm)

Sheet: 17 5/8 × 22 3/16 in. (44.7 × 56.4 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through a gift from the Hermit Hill Charitable Lead Trust



Place Made: England, United Kingdom, Europe



Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Inscribed, in plate, lower right: Engraved by R.F. Ravenet; inscribed, in plate, lower left: Invented Painted & Published by W.m Hogarth; inscribed, in plate, lower center: Marriage A-la-Mode, (Plate V); inscribed, in plate, lower right: According to Act of Parliament April 1st 1745

Course History

ARTH 48, Rococo to Neoclassicism, Kristin O'Rourke, Fall 2014

ENGL 22, The Rise of the Novel, Alysia Garrison, Spring 2015

ENGL 22, Rise of the Novel, Alysia Garrison, Spring 2019

Exhibition History

Aspects of Human Experience: Works from the Permanent Collection, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Art History 2, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, December 12, 1998-March 14, 1999.

Pictur'd Morals: Prints by William Hogarth, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 16-October 26, 1997.

Publication History

Bernadette Fort and Angela Rosenthal, eds., The Other Hogarth: The Aesthetics of Difference, Princeton, New Jersey and Oxfordshire, England: Princeton University Press, 2001, 320 pp., ill. p. 34, Fig. M5.


Andrew Edmunds Prints & Drawings, London, United Kingdom; sold to present collection, 1997.

Catalogue Raisonne

R. Paulson, Hogarth's Graphic Works, London, 1989, no. 162.

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