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PINTURA JAPONESA  Pequeña obra de arte, representa a una Geisha con aparejo de escritura. Sobre papel artesanal con tinta japonesa y colores al agua, datada en el siglo XIX, siguiendo el estilo de los maestros de la época.Medidas: 58 x 42 cm.

PINTURA JAPONESA Pequeña obra de arte, representa a una Geisha con aparejo de escritura. Sobre papel artesanal con tinta japonesa y colores al agua, datada en el siglo XIX, siguiendo el estilo de los maestros de la época.Medidas: 58 x 42 cm.

A caricature of Lady Archer who was a gambler, whose attempts to disguise her aging beauty and hold on to her youth made her a figure of social derision and mockery.

(nÈe West), Lady Archer ('The finishing touch') by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey Rouge Pot!

Cries of London, illustrated 1803 from Spitalsfield blog Green Cucumber

New Cries of London Sold by Darton and Harvey 1803 Green Cucumber.

A morning frolic, or the transmutation of sexes (coloured engraving), Private Collection, 1780

A morning frolic, or the transmutation of sexes (coloured engraving), Private Collection, 1780

"A paper meal with Spanish Sauce." Pitt shovels paper money into the mouth of John Bull, while hoarding Spanish silver (BM) Richard Newton

"A paper meal with Spanish Sauce." Pitt shovels paper money into the mouth of John Bull, while hoarding Spanish silver (BM) Richard Newton

Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Costume with Notices of Remarkable Places given in the Background from 1804. It is one of 31 similar works which William Marshall Craig (c.1750-c.1828) produced to illustrate Modern London, a guide book published by Richard Phillips in 1804.

William Marshall Craig’s Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Mackerel

In this 1789 engraving, James Gillray caricatures the triumph of Necker (seated, on left) in 1789, comparing its effects on freedom unfavorably to those of William Pitt the Younger in Britain. France has the caption "Freedom," while Britain has the caption "slavery."

In this 1789 engraving, James Gillray caricatures the triumph of Necker (seated…

Cruikshank G. - Loyal Address's Radical Petitions, or the R__t's most Gracious Answer to Both Sides of the Question at Once - 1819

Cruikshank G. - Loyal Address's Radical Petitions, or the R__t's most Gracious Answer to Both Sides of the Question at Once - 1819

Faro's Ladys. 18th century illustration satirizing Lady Buckinghamshire being slapped with a fine for running a gambling table.

The Loss of the Faro Bank James Gillray 1797 - James Gillray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Pleasures of the Railroad, Showing the Inconvenience of a Blow-Up, 1831. British Museum

The Pleasures of the Railroad, Showing the Inconvenience of a Blow-Up, British Museum

Fuente secundaria; caricatura; Tratado de San Ildefonso (1796),reinado Carlos IV. Napoleón derecha. Carlos IV izquierda. El Tratado de San Ildefonso,1796: unión militar Francia-España, después de Paz de Basilea (1795). Análisis: “política de emperador” Napoleón.España cede territorios a Francia.Renovación pactos de familia.“causas”de paz; expansionismo Francia,gana poder gracias a España. ”Consecuencias”;crisis 1808, ascendiente poder Napoleón,abdicaciones de Bayona;  Guerra de…

Fuente secundaria; caricatura; Tratado de San Ildefonso (1796),reinado Carlos IV. Napoleón derecha. Carlos IV izquierda. El Tratado de San Ildefonso,1796: unión militar Francia-España, después de Paz de Basilea (1795). Análisis: “política de emperador” Napoleón.España cede territorios a Francia.Renovación pactos de familia.“causas”de paz; expansionismo Francia,gana poder gracias a España. ”Consecuencias”;crisis 1808, ascendiente poder Napoleón,abdicaciones de Bayona; Guerra de…

This dress features slits in the bust to permit women to more easily breastfeed their baby—a duty which had, for most of the 18th century, been delegated to a hired "wet nurse."

The Evolution of Maternity Style

"The Fashionable Mamma, - or - the Convenience of Modern Dress" by James Gillray, A satire both on current women's fashions, and on the newly fashionable custom of breastfeeding one's own baby instead of using a wet-nurse.

Political cartoon by Gillray depicting Pitt & Dundas in an inebriated state (1795)

Gillray - God Save the King, in a Bumper; or an Evening Scene, Three Times a Week at Wimbleton - 1795

Ride for Ride; or Secret Influence Rewarded: FOR DESCRIPTION SEE GEORGE (BMSat)  Hand-coloured etching

Ride for ride or secret influence rewarded, Hand-coloured etching; dialogue at source

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