Paul Sandby. "A Market woman, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745; whole-length turned to left, wearing a soft hat with large brim and checked apron Pen and black ink and grey wash, with watercolour" British Museum.
Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, London Cries: A Tinker and His Wife, ca. 1759, Gray wash, graphite, and watercolor on medium, cream, slight...
killerbeesting: Marianne Breslauer, Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934
"Two women, one carrying a child" by Paull Sandby, one of the sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745. British Museum, Accession #Nn,6.31
"A beggar walking" by Paul Sandby, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745. British Museum, Accession #Nn,6.52.
Robe de Marcelline, 1812 Costume Parisien
Beggar with Staff - Sandby - Edinburgh Sketches after 1745. This man wears his waistcoat buttoned at the top but undone the rest. I wonder why they tended to be worn like this - there must be a functional reason why - maybe comfort or time in doing all those buttons up? Large collared coat, tricorne hat. Coat again, is too big for man as you can see the CF's overlapping where it's probably been tied to a close with a piece of string.