Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin ( 1699 – 1779 )
Detail: Copper water cooler, metal spigot, brass dipper, jug, stool, water, bucket
Francis Wheatley, 1747-1801 from Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Detail: farm, cows, bridge, farm house, bundle of sticks, dog, maid, bucket, pot, stool , broom, hay fork, barrel, canteen, smock, spatter-dashes, thatch roof
Marcellus Laroon the Younger, 1679-1772
Detail: bottle, cork, chair, shoes, glass, smoking pipe, stockings, breeches, regimental coat, tricorn hat, sword, waiter, table, ladies’ cloth cap
George Morland ( 1763 – 1804 )
Detail: table, walking stick, mug, pipe, jacket. hat, smock, inn, thatch, shirt tied at neck
Pietro Longhi (1702–1785) image from The Yorck Project
Check out this raised hearth.
Detail: bottles, hour glass, brazier, raised hearth, tongs, crucible, book, glasses, shoes, buckles, mules (slippers), flask, fur lined robe
If you have read and Aubrey and Maturin books this is a great scene right out of one of the books. I have a little wood sailboat I built a few years ago and I have it rigged just like this little boat.
Detail: sailor, small boat, wherry, ship, sprit sail, children, sea chest, ladies’ clothes children’s clothes.
Giacomo Ceruti 1698 – 1767
I wonder why they didn’t wash their clothing as much as we do?
Detail: laundry, work woman’s clothing, fountain, boy, shoes, no cap
Jean Siméon Chardin (1699–1779)
Detail: game table, drawer, cards, coins, sleeved waistcoat, apron, shirt, boy, hair, ribbon
Detail: food, fruit, cherries, silver spoon, brass mortar and pestle, sugar loaf, sugar in blue paper, table, basket, bowl with lid