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"Man Reading to a Sleeping Audience" or "An Interesting Tale" by George Moutard Woodward (18th century) at the Courtauld Gallery, London

"Man Reading to a Sleeping Audience" or "An Interesting Tale" by George Moutard Woodward (18th century) at the Courtauld Gallery, London

'1812, or Regency a la Mode,' where we see our 'fat friend,' as Brummell called the Prince Regent, having his stays laced, and, during that operation, occupying himself by rouging his cheeks

'1812, or Regency a la Mode,' where we see our 'fat friend,' as Brummell called the Prince Regent, having his stays laced, and, during that operation, occupying himself by rouging his cheeks

THE HUNT SUPPER by Thomas Rowlandson

The Hunt Supper, England, 18th-19th Century

© The Trustees of the British Museum  Dandies dressing. 1818  Hand-coloured etching  Isaac Robert Cruikshank

© The Trustees of the British Museum Dandies dressing. 1818 Hand-coloured etching Isaac Robert Cruikshank

"Man and Woman Walking Arm in Arm" by John Hodges Benwell (1799) at the Courtauld Gallery, London

"Man and Woman Walking Arm in Arm" by John Hodges Benwell (1799) at the Courtauld Gallery, London

Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, My Pretty Little Ginny Tarters for a Ha'penny a Stick or a Penny a Stick, or a Stick to Beat Your Wives or Dust Your Clothes, ca. 1759, Watercolor, pen and gray ink , black chalk and graphite on medium, cream, slightly textured, wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, My Pretty Little Ginny Tarters for a Ha'penny a Stick or a Penny a Stick, or a Stick to Beat Your Wives or Dust Your Clothes, ca. 1759, Watercolor, pen and gray ink , black chalk and graphite on medium, cream, slightly textured, wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

A painting from around 1668 showing patrons of a London coffee house

World's most expensive coffee set to go under the hammer for £4.5MILLION

I love how the flat fronts of the dresses are so visible, and the blackness of the men's hats. The naiver rendition of perspective is also fun.

I love how the flat fronts of the dresses are so visible, and the blackness of the men's hats. The naiver rendition of perspective is also fun.

One of my very favorite blog sites...  book coming out in May.

One of my very favorite blog sites... book coming out in May.

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