Hogarth’s love for his pug

In an anonymous satirical poem of 1750, a group of Londoners discuss an engraving hanging in a printseller’s window. One bystander is struck by the equal treatment the artist has given to his two subjects: a man and a dog. Another explains: Tis Hogarth himself and his Friend […]Insep’rate Companions! And therefore you seeCheek by … Read more