Detail: wigs, barber’s bowl, barber, razor, tricorn, comb, wig stand
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Johann Eleazar Zeissig ( 1737 – 1806 )
I think someone has been bad…
Detail: bottle, jug, pitcher, bowl, basket, stool, whisk, baby, child, bread, glass, oven, scarf, tricorn
Francis Hayman (1708–1776)
Detail: shoes, buckles, waking stick, stockings, breeches buckles, breeches, sword, telescope, waistcoat, naval coat, tricorn, officers clothing, ruffled shirt, ship
Samuel Scott, ca. 1702-1772 from the Yale Center for British Art
Very interesting wash showing the variation in sailors clothing.
Detail: sailors, boat, naval clothing, oars, rope, cloth caps, tricorn, officers
John Laguerre, 1688-1746 from the Yale Center for British Art
This painting depicts a scene from the opera Flora.
Detail: gentleman, waiter, table, bench, apron, bottle, glass, clown, tent, game, child, basket, tricorn.
James Gillray 1756 – 1815
It’s a left over from wheelbarrow week. It is caricature, so you have to take that into consideration but still very interesting. Special note – watch for that sailor hat again. it is probably a worn out tricorn hat with the brim cut off almost entirely, it shows up frequently and at times looks very much like a bowler hat.
Detail: sailor, sailor hat, sailor clothing, military band, wheelbarrow, coins, money, tricorn, hair.
Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, from Yale Center for British Art
It looks like another one of those guys wearing his socks over the breeches.
Detail: shoes, socks, breeches, coat, waistcoat, sword, stick, hair, tricorn
This is a beautiful scene with an interesting array of clothing to see. Check out the difference in the clothing between the to gentlemen in the painting and notice the style of the clothing on the old lady.
Detail: bellows, coal tongs, skimmer, dipper, cooking pot, copper lid, spoon, shoes, buckles, men’s clothing, breeches, waistcoat, coat, tricorn, cow, cottage, cloth cap, money bag, purse, walking stick, windows, thatch roof.