While Turner's grabbing all the headlines at the moment thanks to a certain film, another of London's greatest artists deserves some love. William Hogarth died 250 years ago today (26 October). The artist is perhaps most famous for his satirical sequences, such as A Rake's Progress, but he was also a noted portraitist and painter of biblical scenes.
Works by Hogarth can be viewed in several of London's galleries and museums, including Tate Britain, the National Gallery, John Soane's Museum and the Foundling Museum, of which he was a leading patron and governor. Many other sites across town are associated with the artist. We've mapped them below and include photographs in the gallery above. Happy Hogarth hunting.