100 Drawings by Rockwell Kent
Hogarth, Jr.

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Kentís pseudonym or alter ego, Hogarth, Jr., looked at the world with a different pair of glasses than Rockwell did. Humorous, socially driven, Hogarth was about frivolity, class, and social satire. He lived in Kentís world from about 1915 to 1927 and appears prominently in the work he did for Vanity Fair, Life Magazine, and books and articles by George S. Chapell.

37. A Song by George S. Chapell Botanical Notes by Hogarth Jr.
ink drawings mounted on board
4 7/16 x 3 1/16"
38. Come Lasses & Lads
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16 x 13 1/2"
39. Architec-tonics: Speculative Builder
ink on paper mounted on board
6 1/4 x 11"
40. Architec-tonics: The Seats of the Mighty
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7 x 10"
41. Junius: Life Horoscope for June
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14 1/2 x 11"
42. Augustus: Life Horoscope for August
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14 1/2 x 11"

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