Ein kurzer Überblick für deutsche Leser", Online Essay, The Site for Research on William Hogarth, 2016. Krysmanski, "Introduction: A Brief Account of Hogarth's Life and Work", in Bernd W.
Krysmanski (ed.), Hogarth's Enthusiasm Delineated: Borrowing from the Old Masters as a Weapon in the War between an English Artist and self-styled Connoisseurs.
A detailed study in iconology against a background of religion, society and culture in mid-eighteenth-century England. Enlarged and slightly revised version of the author's Ph D thesis of 1994, now containing, in volume 2, apart from the contemporary sources and the 446 illustrations, a summary for English readers and a comprehensive index.
See also the German abstract by the author and the English review by Thomas Krämer, (1761) is an artist's manifesto which could well be renamed "Hogarth Delineated".
* * *Bernd Krysmanski, "Warnings of Morality or Downright Twisted Pleasure?
Peter's, Vere Street (formerly Marybone Chapel), and not of St.
Martin-in-the-Fields whose box pews were not introduced into the body of the church until 1799.
This book will give you many more new insights in the vast amount of primary and secondary source literature on the famous English artist William Hogarth.
In the last three centuries many books, exhibition catalogues, articles and scholarly essays have been written on William Hogarth, his work, his life and times and his literary relationships, but attempts at a bibliography have been rare and indeed imperfect.