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Drawn by G. Locher (1730 – 1795 ) engraved by Bartholomew Hübner (1775) Detail: pharmacy, medicine, books, bottles, chair, table, urine, syringe, canister, mortar and pestle, chatelaine, watch, fan, doctor
Thomas Patch (1725-1782) from the Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection Detail: boy , men , interior , food , tile , servant , fireplace , relief , dining room , dining table , chandeliers , candles , curtain , plates, dining chairs , fireworks , urn , wine coolers , bust , … Continue reading
Johann Cordua (1630-1702) Detail: doctor, book, flask, medicine, skull, brass pan, scales, medicine jar, bottles, scalpel, mortar and pestle, copper pan, shelf
Detail: Food, cabbage, carrots, apples, fish, fowl pots, pans, buckets, strainer, cleaver, stool, onions, cat, bottles, basket, rabbit, cheese, bread, turkey, duck, rooster, jug, fruit
Jan Josef Horemans I ( 1682 – 1759 ) Watch for this girl, she is going to show up in tomorrow painting too. Detail: dog, girl, cow, ladder, market, staff, stays, glasses, bottles, apron
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
Marcellus Laroon the Younger, 1679-1772 from the Yale Center for British Art Detail: barber, shoes, table, chair, hat, breeches, coat, belt, wigs, bottles, pitcher, wig stand, comb. facial hair, barber’s bowl.
Nicolas Lancret 1690-1743 I guess smashing the dishes is easier than washing them, but the bottles remain unbroken. Detail: bottles, dogs, dishes, copper kettle, food, feasting, cloth caps, servants, napkins.
Jan Jozef Horemans II 1714 – 1790 I am guessing the main subject is the artist helper doing the drudgery of grinding pigments since he is wearing worker clothing and his wife is lower class clothing, but I am not so sure about the child’s clothing and I really don’t know what the creepy guy … Continue reading
Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (2 November 1699 – 6 December 1779) A lovely domestic scene, you can almost listen in to the conversation. The numerous details: pewterware, tin canister, redware bowl, bottles, bowls, food, girls clothing, pudding cap, toy drum, long handled pan, round metal brazier. What is that hanging on the wall?