Gin Lane 2016


Gin Lane 2016 is Thomas Moore’s reimagining of William Hogarth’s legendary etching of 1751. Three hundred years after Hogarth reflected the public health crises of his day, which at the time was drunkenness via gin, Thomas made this reinterpretation commissioned by The Royal Society for Public Health to reflect what our public health concerns are today.

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Name: Gin Lane 2016

100 Limited Edition

Black Ink Signed Print.

Artists Name: Thomas Moore

Born in 91 and raised in London, Thomas draws about the harshness of city living and the people who react to it. Working in traditional media, detailed drawings are made in pencil, inks, watercolours, and sometimes digitally rendered. Influenced by history’s great cartoon satirists, this work follows in the footsteps of a crude and harsh drawing style that emerged from Hogarth, Gillray, Rowlandson, and others alike throughout the Georgian to Victorian eras.

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