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In Mrs Salter Hogarth has applied the paint in thick broad strokes which accentuate the folds in the draperies and serve to further heighten the sculptural aspect the work Similarly the white lace ruffles on the bodice appear to stand proud from the dress as an independent feature forming an 's' curve around the pink floral bow This device is surely an early attempt by Hogarth to give visual form in a portrait to his so-called 'Line Beauty and Grace' a serpentine curve which he asserted gave rise to the most beautiful forms to be found in art and nature Further reading: Robin Simon The Portrait in Britain and America with a Biographical Dictionary Portrait Painters 1680-1914 Oxford 1987 -90 reproduced in colour plate 24 Elizabeth Einberg and Judy Egerton The Age Hogarth British Painters born 1675-1709 Tate Gallery 1988 -6 reproduced in colour Martin PostleJune 2001 Published in: Elizabeth Einberg and Judy Egerton The Age Hogarth: British Painters Born 1675-1709 Tate Gallery Collections II London 1988. Read more This quality inspector sample job description can assist in your creating a job application that will attract job candidates who are qualified for the job Feel free to revise this job description to meet your specific job duties and job requirements Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities: Maintains quality standards by approving incoming materials in-process production and finished products; recording quality results   Elizabeth Salter (maiden name Secker) was born in Grantham Lincolnshire where she was baptised on 22 February 1720 On 2 November 1744 she married the Reverend Samuel Salter Rector Burton Coggles Lincolnshire and Prebendary Norwich Cathedral The couple continued to live in Lincolnshire for some years where their two eldest children were born In 1756 Dr Salter was appointed Rector St Bartholomew's near the Royal Exchange in the city London By then he was also connected to the Charterhouse Pensioners' Hospital where he was appointed as Master in 1761 In order to accommodate Dr Salter and his wife the Governors changed the regulations to allow a married man to occupy the post thus enabling Mrs Salter to become the first female resident the Charterhouse since its foundation in 1611 Mrs Salter continued to live at the Charterhouse with her husband until his death in May 1778 What happened to her thereafter is unknown In this innovative portrait Hogarth has applied the paint in thick broad strokes which accentuate the folds in the draperies and serve to heighten the sculptural aspect the work The white lace ruffles on the bodice appear to stand proud from the dress as an independent feature forming an ‘s’ curve around the pink floral bow This device may well be an early attempt by Hogarth to give visual form to his so-called ‘Line Beauty and Grace’ a serpentine curve which Hogarth perceived as the basis for the most beautiful forms to be found in art and nature Gallery label February 2010

1 ' + + ' All content on this website including dictionary thesaurus literature geography and other reference data is for informational purposes only This information should not be considered complete up to date and is not intended to be used in place a visit consultation or advice a legal medical or any other pressional. Read more Image released under Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported) License. Browse in other languages: Deutsch Español Français Italiano N01663 Mrs Salter 1744 (or 1741) Analyzing Information Reporting Research Results Documentation Skills Promoting Process Improvement Safety Management Managing Processes Manufacturing Methods and Procedures Supports Innovation CAD Quality Engineering Operations Research   ------------------------------------ Employers: Post a job in minutes to reach candidates everywhere Job Seekers: Search Quality Inspector Jobs and apply on Monster now Learn more about how. Copyright © 2018 - Monster Worldwide U.S Patents No 7,599,930 B1; 7,827,125 and 7,836,060 V: . -315- At the time Hogarth painted this portrait Mrs Salter was twenty-one years old and still unmarried since according to a signature appended to the picture it was made in 1741 Quite how she was known to Hogarth is unknown although her future husband had been tutor to the 2nd Earl Hardwicke who was also tutored in mathematics by Hogarth's friend William Jones whose portrait he had painted in 1740 (London National Portrait Gallery)

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