Photo Credit: photo: T. Rodriguez
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424 x 325 mm (16.7 x 12.8 in.)
William Hogarth, British (English), (1697–1764)
- erotica - Depiction or description of sexual love. For depiction or description of sexual activity in an exploitative, abusive, or violent context, use "pornography." [March 1994 related term added.]
- genre - Use for pictorial representations, which may be in various media, that represent scenes or events from everyday life; usually used with another term such as "paintings" or "prints." [April 1991 descriptor moved.]
- sex role - Pattern of attitudes and behavior that in any society is deemed appropriate to one sex rather than another. For the concept of physiological traits that distinguish the males and females of a species, use "sex." For the sum of an individual's sexual emotions, ideas, and behavior, use "sexuality." ERIC9 [February 1993 descriptor moved. December 1992 related term added. November 1991 related terms added. January 1991 scope note added. May 1990 lead-in term added.]
- plate Dimensions: 424 x 325 mm (16.7 x 12.8 in.)
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William Hogarth, British (English), (1697–1764) . Before, 1736. From Before and After. Etching and engraving on laid paper. First of three states. plate : 424 x 325 mm (16.7 x 12.8 in.). DAC accession number 1918.104.22.168. Purchase funds, 1962. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: T. Rodriguez) .
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