Posted on Thursday 1 February 2007
An art historian from the University of York is helping to put a modern spotlight on the most important British artist of the early 18th century. Professor Mark Hallett, of the University’s Department of History of Art is co-curator of Hogarth, a new exhibition of Hogarth’s work at Tate Britain. Together with co-curator Christine Riding, curator of 18th and 19th century British Art at Tate Britain, Mark Hallett has spent the last five years working on the exhibition which opens on 7 February and runs until 29 April.
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