Engraved print of The Beggar's Opera by William Blake after Hogarth, London, England, about 1729 18th c. Theatre Various Artwork

Engraved print of The Beggar's Opera by William Blake after Hogarth, London, England, about 1729 18th c. Theatre Various Artwork

Costume worn in private court performances, mid 18th century, Museum no. S.792-1982. Pink and gold tinsel brocadeskirted with short tri-part sleeves over fitted silk sleeves, decorated in raised gold strip embroidery and braiding in elaborate stylized design with central medallions.

Costume worn in private court performances, mid 18th century, Museum no. S.792-1982. Pink and gold tinsel brocadeskirted with short tri-part sleeves over fitted silk sleeves, decorated in raised gold strip embroidery and braiding in elaborate stylized design with central medallions.

Lavinia Fenton ad Polly Peachum in The Beggar’s Opera John Faber the Younger England 1728

Lavinia Fenton ad Polly Peachum in The Beggar’s Opera John Faber the Younger England 1728

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