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The Painter and his Pug

1745: Tate Gallery, London

Over the years, there has been much conjecture about Hogarth. Here the artist depicts himself as a seeming innocuous sort, yet the biting sarcasm and downright wrath displayed in his work - which made him one of the earliest and perhaps most potent political cartoonists - betray him to a degree.
 
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