Photo Credit: photo: T. Rodriguez
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The Industrious ’Prentice Lord Mayor of London1747
269 x 403 mm (10.6 x 15.9 in.)
William Hogarth, British (English), (1697–1764)
- apprentices - Persons who learn by practical experience under skilled workers a trade or art, usually for a prescribed period of time and for a prescribed compensation. W [July 1994 related term added. January 1993 alternate term added.]
- England - TGN 7002445
- labor - Usage in the sense of physical work
- London - TGN 7011781
- series (groups) - Use for related publications issued successively, especially those bearing a collective as well as an individual title; and, in the visual arts, for groups of works by a single artist having a specific and purposeful relation among the works. [March 1993 descriptor changed, was 'series'; alternate term added; descriptor moved. January 1991 scope note added.]
- vices - LC sh 85143163
- virtues - LC sh 85143810
- plate Dimensions: 269 x 403 mm (10.6 x 15.9 in.)
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William Hogarth, British (English), (1697–1764) . The Industrious ’Prentice Lord Mayor of London, 1747. From Industry and Idleness. Etching and engraving on laid paper. Third of three states. plate : 269 x 403 mm (10.6 x 15.9 in.). DAC accession number 1943.D1.105.12. Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1943. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: T. Rodriguez) .
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