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Лилия Кэбот Перри "Чашка чая", 1900г.

A Cup of Tea, Lilla Cabot Perry (United States, Massachusetts, Boston,

Elegant Victorian Ladies Afternoon Tea - the lady in white looks a lot like photos of my grandmother.

Afternoon Tea on the Terrace - Frederick Carl Frieseke

It's About Time: Tea - Afternoon Tea On the Terrace by Frederick Carl Frieseke

A Family at Tea circa 1725. Delightful and insightful and an adorably domesticated scene. I imagine Julian and Deborah in this context (MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE). Note teacups without handles. Called dishes until handles came along circa 1760s.

Joseph Van Aken (Antwerp-born British painter, An English Family at Tea 1725 American Women: A brief history of tea in England & her colonies leading to American "Tea Parties"

‘Afternoon Tea’ by Clement Micarelli (1929-2008)

✿Time For Coffee & Tea✿ ‘Afternoon Tea’ by Clement Micarelli

Detail of A Tea Party at Lord Harrington's by C. Phillips from 1730.

1730 Tea Party at Lord Harrington's by C. Phillips Previous Next List This is about half of the work; the Lady in blue and yellow is Henrietta Howard, King George II's mistress


Woman at the Breakfast Table - Otto Scholderer - (German:

https://flic.kr/p/7dvmmD | Old woman pouring tea, unknown artist, 19th century, OP582 | An old woman pours tea while her black cat looks on.   For more information please go to blackcountryhistory.org/collections/getrecord/WAGMU_OP582/

Me and Kitty Tea for two. 'Old woman pouring tea', unknown artist, century. I think kitty takes milk!

Damas tomando té

✿Time For Coffee & Tea✿ Walter Granville Smith ~ A Cup of Tea, 1904

Tasha Tudor. www.teacampaign.ca Source: see below.

She could have tea parties all by herself. Rosewalk Cottage: Tea With Tasha Tudor-She illustrated Secret Garden and others

The curate's tea party by Charles François Prosper Guérin (Fr 1875-1939)

Charles François Prosper Guérin (French, "The curate's tea party"

Man and Child Drinking Tea, circa 1720  Artist unknown, England

Man and Child Drinking Tea, circa 1720 Artist unknown, possibly Richard Collins, England, d.