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Moll is now the mistress of a wealthy Jewish merchant, as is confirmed by the Old Testament paintings in the background which have been considered to be prophetic of how the merchant will treat Moll in between this plate and the third plate. She has numerous affectations of dress and accompaniment, as she keeps a West Indian serving boy and a monkey. A Harlot's Progress (also known as The Harlot's Progress), 1731, now lost) and engravings (1732) by the English artist William Hogarth.
William Hogarth (1697-1764), A Rake's Progress, Plate 3 (The Rake at the Rose Tavern), 1735. Etching and Engraving, 35,6 x 40,8 cm. Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main. Photo: Städel Museum – ARTHOTHEK
William Hogarth A Harlot's Progress, 1732. Plate 6.
The painting that changed my life
William Hogarth // The girl with the shrimps // Sketch // National Gallery London
A Scene from 'The Beggar's Opera' VI', William Hogarth | Tate www.tate.org.uk1536 × 1346Zoeken op afbeelding William Hogarth 'A Rake's Progress (plate 7)', 1735. William Hogarth. A Rake's Progress (plate 7)
The Enraged Musician, William Hogarth, Date Unknown
William HOGARTH / Marriage à la Mode - Plate 1 / v. 1743-1745 / Gravure sur cuivre