John Jackson, The Tetotum

child seated right with legs tucked under low table in centre, playing with spinning toys Pen and brown ink with blue chalk on brown paper Drawn by: John Jackson

Artist John Varley (1778‑1842),   Children Watching a Boy with a Kite, early 19th century Tate Accession Number T08697

Artist John Varley Children Watching a Boy with a Kite, early century Tate Accession Number

John Brewster Jr. (American painter, 1766-1854)

Saco, Maine 1820 Oil on canvas 31 x 36 in. Saco Museum, Saco, Maine I think this portrait serves as a great inspiration for a costuming project.

John Duncan, Portrait of Girl with Cat on ArtStack #john-duncan #art

History of Art: cats in art John Duncan, Victorian, Baba and Bill

Coral necklaces in Regency paintings~ The tradition of giving children coral necklaces continued through the 19th century, as shown in this detail of a late 18th century John Hoppner painting of one of the Sackville girls. The gemstone was considered a guardian of sorts, protecting children from illnesses like stomachaches, fever, typhus, smallpox, and rickets. The mala beads were polished to a smooth sheen and matched in color.

Coral Necklaces, Regency Style

Detail of child in a coral talisman necklace, from The Sackville Children, John Hoppner, 1796

Paul Sandby (1731-1809) - The wife of Dr Franklin

Paul Sandby - The wife of Dr Franklin; 1750 - Pen and ink, wash and watercolour and again the blue ribbon

Paddington Bear by Fred Banbery. In 1958 Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Paddington Bear by Fred Banbery. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

My Darling Little Sunbeam : Photo'Cousin Ribby' from The Tale of Samuel Whiskers (1908) story and illustration by Beatrix Potter.

'The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly-Poly Pudding', 1908 -- Beatrix Potter. "The visitor was a neighbour, Mrs. she had called to borrow some yeast." Ribby is framed in the doorway at Potter's HILL TOP HOUSE.

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