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Wow... just a bit suggestive! "A City Officer taught bu Miss Tittup to cock his spontoon with Proper Grace", O'Neale, 1782; LWL 782.01.10.01 lwlpr04883

A city officer taught by Miss Tittup to cock his spontoon with proper grace, Jan Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection

Lewis Walpole Library  Image ID: lwlpr03314 Call Number: 772.04.26.01+ Title: The enterprizing chimney sweeper Related Title: Enterprising chimney sweeper Publishe...

"The Enterprizing Chimney Sweeper" Lewis Walpole Library, Check out that short hair/bangs!

Pauvre minet

Pauvre minet

The ultimate ultimatum: "Love Me, Love My Cat" Print made by James McArdell, c. after Philippe Mercier, 1689 or Yale Center for British Art

twelve fashionable head-dresses 1775 ..WAW It make me thanks GOD that I belong to this century :))

Hairdos to get you in the mood to Visit Queluz - twelve fashionable head-dresses 1775

Anonymous, British, 18th century | Starting of Game | The Met

Starting of Game Anonymous, British, century Publisher: Robert Sayer (London,

La Matinee (afternoon delight), Louis Bosse, after 1789, French - leopard print fabric at her hem

La Matinée (L'heureuse Union)Printed after 1789 but copied from an earlier painting by Sigmond Freudeberg at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

'The Milliner' or 'A Way to Engineer an Introduction', c.1840 (colour litho)

'The Milliner' or 'A Way to Engineer an Introduction', (colour litho)

Lewis Vaslet, 1742-1808, The Spoiled Child, Scene VI, ca. 1802, Watercolor with black ink and gray wash over graphite on moderately thick, s...

The Spoiled Child, Scene VI by Lewis Vaslet, Watercolor with black ink and gray wash over graphite collections.

wlpr02416 Call Number: 764.00.00.11+ Title: The fair lady working her tambour Published: [London] : Printed for Carington Bowles, map & printseller at no. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London, [not before 1764] Description: 1 print on laid paper : mezzotint ; plate mark 35.6 x 25.2 cm., on sheet 38 x 27 cm. Notes: Publication date from Carington Bowles's entry in Maxted, I. London book trades, 1775-1800.

Enterprising London printmakers published hundreds of popular & satirical mezzotints between 1760 and many of which quickly found the.

THE UNWELCOME CUSTOMER. August 17, 1772 Engraver: James Caldwell After work by: John Collet (1725?-1780) Publisher: Robert Sayer (1725-1794) Publisher: J. Smith Origin: England, London OH: 11" x OW: 17 1/4"; Plate H: 10 1/8" x W: 14 3/8" Black and white line engraving with period hand color Museum Purchase Acc. No. 1953-205 (CW)

The Unwelcome Customer, August Colonial Williamsburg,

British Tars, 1740-1790: The State Tinkers, 1780

The State Tinkers, James Gillray, Library of Congress . At first I thought that the Library of Congress had gotten the date wron.

Black and white mezzotint depicting a woman seated by an open window regarding a small dog sitting on the window sill. The print is untitled, unsigned and undated, however it was suggested on acquisition that it dates from c.1780.

Black and white mezzotint depicting a woman seated by an open window regarding a small dog sitting on the window sill. The print is untitled, unsigned and undated, however it was suggested on acquisition that it dates from

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