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William Hogarth at Bart's

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The 18th-century artist William Hogarth was famously called "a good
Front" and "a Scheemist".
Dr Roy Porter , medical historian, and David Bindman ,
Duming Lawrence Professor of Art
History at University
College, London, meet on the great staircase of St
Bartholomew's Hospital to look at Hogarth's paintings representing The Pool of Bethesda and The Good
Samaritan, and discuss the role of hospitals as charitable foundations in 18th-century society and what these commissions contributed to Hogarth's reputation.
Producer Judith Bumpus

Contributors

Artist: William Hogarth
Unknown: Dr Roy Porter
Unknown: David Bindman
Unknown: Duming Lawrence
Producer: Judith Bumpus

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William Hogarth at Bart's

BBC Radio 3, 21 November 1992 21.40






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