Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn, 1738, William Hogarth. Note: and nary a pair of knickers/underpants/drawers to be seen!

Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn, 1738, William Hogarth. Note: and nary a pair of knickers/underpants/drawers to be seen!

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William Hogarth:Scene in Bridewell plate IV from A Harlots Progress from The Works of William Hogarth

William Hogarth:Scene in Bridewell plate IV from A Harlots Progress from The Works of William Hogarth

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NOTHING BEATS William Hogarth's "Morning after the Wedding," part of his Marriage a la Mode, an attack on fashionable marriage of convenience.

NOTHING BEATS William Hogarth's "Morning after the Wedding," part of his Marriage a la Mode, an attack on fashionable marriage of convenience.

Tate Gallery article on William Hogarth Marriage A-la Mode, including 98. The Tête à Tête, from Marriage à la Mode. William Hogarth. c. 1743 C.E. Oil on canvas.

Tate Gallery article on William Hogarth Marriage A-la Mode, including 98. The Tête à Tête, from Marriage à la Mode. William Hogarth. c. 1743 C.E. Oil on canvas.

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