Marriage à-la-mode is a series of six pictures painted by William Hogarth
between 1743 and 1745 depicting a pointed skewering of upper class 18th
'Marriage A-la-Mode' was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of
engravings that took the upper echelons of society as its subject. The paintings
William Hogarth, Marriage A-la-Mode, c. 1743, oil on canvas, 69.9 x 90.8 cm (The
National Gallery, London) 1. The Marriage Settlement 2. The Tête à Tête 3, ...
Between 1743 and 1745 he created a series of six paintings called Marriage à-la
-mode (the French “mariage à la mode” means “fashionable marriage”).
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Technically more sophisticated than Hogarth's other progresses, Marriage à la
Mode was aimed at the upper middle class and the aristocracy, a smaller, more ...
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Marriage à la Mode, a series of six etchings by English engraver and painter
William Hogarth, was printed as social commentary for the 18th-century audience
In his Marriage a la Mode there is even an intrigue carried on throughout the
piece. He is more true to character than Congreve; each personage is distinct
One of his best known works is called Marriage A La Mode. A series of six
paintings, Marriage A La Mode shows the ills that result from arranged marriages,
Marriage A-la-Mode was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of
engravings about the upper echelons of society. The paintings were models from