Hogarth's style of work was satirical caricatures and moral paintings. An example of a given moment in the eightenth century is the Rococo Period where art focused on the London social scene, politics, literature and theater. He was influenced by his father's classical education. He used to visit an artistic neighbor and sketched there reguarly. He was influenced by the Puritan Religous Beliefs and was an apprentice of Ellis Gamble and the Flemish artists, David Teniers and Ryckaert. He influenced John Collier who produced satires, poems and etchings similar to Hogarth.The piece of art called The Awakening Conscience by William Holeman Hunt told a moral message like Hogarth's often did. The eighteenth century Rococo Artistic movement reflected many aspects of the arts including painting, sculpture, literature, music and theatre among others.