Self-Portrait with Pug-Dog, 1745
Hogarth Painting the Comic Muse, c.1757
The Marriage Contract, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
Shortly After the Marriage, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
The Visit to the Quack Doctor, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
The Countess's Morning Levee, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
The Death of the Earl, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
The Suicide of the Countess, Marriage à-la-mode series, 1743
Plate 1: Moll Hackabout arrives in London, 1732.
Plate 2: Moll as a mistress, 1732.
Plate 3: Moll as a prostitute, 1732.
Plate 4: Moll in Bridwell Prison, beating hemp, 1732.
Plate 5: Moll dying of venereal disease, 1732.
Plate 6: Moll's wake, 1732.
An Election Entertainment, The Humours of an Election series, 1755 (Includes famous "Give us our Eleven days" protest against Gregorian calendar at lower right.)
Canvassing for Votes, The Humours of an Election series, 1755
The Polling, The Humours of an Election series, 1755
Chairing the Member, The Humours of an Election series, 1755
Plate 1 - The Young Heir Takes Possession Of The Miser's Effects
Plate 2 - Surrounded By Artists And Professors
Plate 3 - The Tavern Scene
Plate 4 - Arrested For Debt
Plate 5 - Married To An Old Maid
Plate 6 - Scene In A Gaming House
Plate 7 - The Prison Scene
Plate 8 - In The Madhouse
Benjamin Hoadly, c.1738
Captain Thomas Coram, 1740
Bishop Benjamin Hoadly, 1743
Hogarth's Servants, c.1750
David Garrick with His Wife Eva-Maria Veigel "La Violette" or "Violette", 1757
Miss Mary Edwards, 1742
The Bench, c.1758
The Shrimp Girl, c.1740–1745
First stage of cruelty
Second stage of cruelty
Cruelty in perfection
The reward of cruelty