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Louis-Léopold Boilly was a French painter and draftsman. A gifted creator of popular portrait paintings, he also produced a vast number of genre paintings vividly documenting French middle-class social life

"Portrait of a Host" by Peter Jakob Horemans (1765)

1765 - Peter Jakob Horemans - Portrait of a Host - glass tankard

Women are so hard to read...

Portrait of William Blathwayt IV and his wife, Frances Scott, Thomas Phillips, oil on canvas,

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, French (Montauban 1780-1867 Paris) - Portrait of a Man, c. 1800 @ Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum USA

Unidentified Artist Previously attributed to Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, French (Montauban 1780 - 1867 Paris) Title Portrait of a Man

Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein - Self portrait

Art - Visual Art - Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein - Self portrait 1783

Portrait of Count Istvan Szechenyi by Johann Nepomuk Ender (Austrian 1793 hunting we will go.a cape always gives a fine sense of swagger.

Shoeing Asses: The Present Fashion of Making Boots Everlasting, April 20, 1807, Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection

Shoeing Asses: The Present Fashion of Making Boots Everlasting, April Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection

Charles Robison by John Ibbetson

Charles Robison by Julius Caesar Ibbetson and Robbie on the ice

'A double-distilled dandy', 1818, by George Cruikshank. A dandy has dropped his handkerchief. He says: "I say my fine fellow—pick up my handkerchief!—the rascally Tailor has made my riding belt [i.e. stays] so very tight I cannot stoop for it—I'll give you some coin next time I see you little man."

A double-distilled dandy. George Cruikshank, 1 October Hand-coloured etching, © Trustees of the British Museum

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