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Exhibition History Manners and Morals - Hogarth and British Painting 1700-1760 (Tate Britain, 1987-10-15 - 1988-01-03)

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Joseph Francis Nollekens Portrait of Two Boys, probably Joseph and John Joseph Nollekens
Joseph Francis Nollekens, 1702–1748, Flemish, active in Britain (1708; from 1733)
Portrait of Two Boys, probably Joseph and John Joseph Nollekens
ca. 1745
William Hogarth Self-Portrait
William Hogarth, 1697–1764, British
Self-Portrait
ca. 1735
Thomas Gainsborough RA The Gravenor Family
Thomas Gainsborough RA, 1727–1788, British
The Gravenor Family
ca. 1754
Bartholomew Dandridge A Lady with a Book
Bartholomew Dandridge, baptized 1691–died in or after 1754, British
A Lady with a Book
ca. 1735
John Laguerre Hob Continues Dancing in Spite of his Father
John Laguerre, 1688–1746, British
Hob Continues Dancing in Spite of his Father
ca. 1725
John Laguerre Hob Taken Out of Ye Well
John Laguerre, 1688–1746, British
Hob Taken Out of Ye Well
between 1720 and 1730
John Laguerre Hob's Defence
John Laguerre, 1688–1746, British
Hob's Defence
ca. 1725
John Laguerre Hob Selling Beer at the Wake
John Laguerre, 1688–1746, British
Hob Selling Beer at the Wake
ca. 1725
Francis Hayman Jonathan Tyers, with His Daughter Elizabeth, and Her Husband John Wood
Francis Hayman, 1707/8–1776, British
Jonathan Tyers, with His Daughter Elizabeth, and Her Husband John Wood
between 1750 and 1752
Joseph Francis Nollekens Portrait of a Family
Joseph Francis Nollekens, 1702–1748, Flemish, active in Britain (1708; from 1733)
Portrait of a Family
1740
Joseph Francis Nollekens Children at Play, Probably the Artist's Son Jacobus and Daughter Maria Joanna Sophia
Joseph Francis Nollekens, 1702–1748, Flemish, active in Britain (1708; from 1733)
Children at Play, Probably the Artist's Son Jacobus and Daughter Maria Joanna Sophia
1745