The concluding prints and drawings for them in this narrative series. Includes two drawings which never became prints.
First of two parts looking at the narrative in this series of prints, and Hogarth’s process from drawing to final print.
A serious tool for analysing and displaying timelines, it can deal with very complex event and entity structures.
This app is free: you only pay for its export options, which cover print, presentation, and web very well.
Time is the warp through which we weave narrative, and the timeline the only good way of visualising events within a narrative.
Two Romantic series from the founder of the Hudson River School, showing the rise and loss of civilisation, and the stages of life.
Hogarth’s series spawned several others, the most significant being by Augustus Egg and William Frith.
His most famous, and brilliantly painted, narrative series, and an experimental oddity.
The series A Harlot’s Progress and A Rake’s Progress told detailed and complex narratives using paintings alone.
Putting some of Homer’s best watercolours together to tell the story of the fisherfolk of Cullercoats – the last in this series.