Shipping is not included in the shop prices. The final price including shipping will be confirmed to the customer by a separate e-mail and will depend on the parcel's size and destination. We try our best to find the most economical and safe shipping way possible. Examples of the most common shipping fees: Finland 5,90€; Sweden, Germany, Baltics 8,00€; Benelux, Denmark, Spain, Poland 12,00€; Non-EU 35,00€
terms & conditions
Before ordering we kindly ask you to read our terms and conditions.
Please notice that the book selection of our online store is not available at the bookstore. If you wish to view some items, please make an order or contact us in advance.

William Hogarth: The Idle’ Prentice turn’d away, and sent to Sea (Industry and Idleness)


    Use this field to add any specific notes regarding the product


    William Hogarth (1697-1764)


    Plate 5 – The Idle Prentice turn’d away and sent to Sea – from Industry and Idleness


    Late 18th century copperplate engraving by William Hogarth.


    Industry and Idleness was a set of 12 engravings demonstrating the careers of two fictional apprentices: Francis Goodchild and Tom Idle. In the series their careers are compared and contrasted. Most of Hogarths engravings were first painted and only then converted into engravings but Industry and Idleness was originally created as a set of engravings.


    Condition of this plate is good. Some foxing. Wide margins. No tears or stains.


    Plate dimensions: 23 x 27,5 cm, sheet dimensions: 25,5 x 34 cm.

    Additional information
    Late 18th century
    Good condition. Some foxing.
    23 x 27,5 cm / 25,5 x 34 cm
    Copper engraving
    from Hogarths "Industry and Idleness" series