William Hogarth was a famous British artist who had an important role in the development of western art during the 18th century. Hogarth was also one of the first examples of satirical art by a well known artist, taking a critical view of other public figures of the time. Hogarth has become as respected for his contribution to British art as the likes of Turner, Constable, Stubbs and Gainsborough, with his paintings becoming regular additions to the permanent collections at famous London galleries such as the Tate Britain and the National Gallery.
See below for the best Hogarth paintings in our gallery. Each Hogarth painting is available as handmade reproduction, to very high quality. All our artists are highly skilled and experienced. We can provide any Hogarth painting in any size you need, and we cover many other famous British artists in this site as well.
Other Famous British Artists
John Constable was an English Romantic painter who helped the rise in landscape oil painting. Constable actually sold more paintings in France than in his native England and took many years before he truly became famous. Constable was also well respected for his watercolours too, with Stonehenge being one of his best. Find Constable paintings here.
JMW Turner was perhaps the most famous English romanticist landscape artist. William Turner became known as ‘the painter of light’. He is the most famous Romanticist painter. Turner is respected alongside other British artists such as Gainsborough and Constable for developing British art from the medieval and renaissance eras up to the more contemporary styles. See the very best Turner paintings in this page.
George Stubbs was a British painter, best known for his paintings of horses. His most famous painting remains Whistlejacket which is currently on show at the National Gallery, London. Another famous work included Mares and Foals in a Landscape, and he is best known for his depictions of horses. Enjoy some of the most famous Stubbs paintings here.
List of famous William Hogarth Paintings
- A Just View of the British Stage
- Beer Street and Gin Lane
- The Bench
- Characters and Caricaturas
- Columbus Breaking the Egg
- The Distrest Poet
- Emblematical Print on the South Sea Scheme
- The Enraged Musician
- Five Orders of Periwigs
- The Four Stages of Cruelty
- Four Times of the Day
- The Gate of Calais
- A Harlot’s Progress
- Hogarth Painting the Comic Muse
- Humours of an Election
- Industry and Idleness
- Line of Beauty
- The March of the Guards to Finchley
- Marriage à-la-mode
- The Marriage Settlement
- The Tête à Tête
- The Inspection
- The Toilette
- The Bagnio
- The Lady’s Death
- A Rake’s Progress
- Satire on False Perspective
- Scene from Shakespeare’s The Tempest
- The Shrimp Girl
- Sigismunda mourning over the Heart of Guiscardo
- Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn
- Taste in High Life