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Danish caricature: Pennefejden (Feud of the Pens), Eckersberg 1818. Two well known litterary critics at the time fight each others, helped by Avarice at the left and Pride at the right. In the background Sense has lost her head.

Danish caricature: Pennefejden (Feud of the Pens), Eckersberg Two well known litterary critics at the time fight each others, helped by Avarice at the left and Pride at the right. In the background Sense has lost her head.

marinni | Парижская жизнь конца 18-начала 19 века. Продолжение

Martinet, Caricatures Parisienne, A couple dance a gavotte in a ball-room…

Plate 36: a mother plays with her two children in a park; their toys lie beside her. 1812    Legs of steel...  Hand-coloured etching

Plate a mother plays with her two children in a park; their toys lie beside her. 1812 Hand-coloured etching Alastair goes to fetch his nephew, who is in the park playing.

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, 1798.

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, century cartoonist

Plate 112: two pairs of ladies, one English, one French, showing the covergence of English and French fashion.  August 1819 Hand-coloured etching

Le Bon Genre English fashion looks to be behind the French lower-waisted fashions.

Plate 21: two couples dance energetically. 1802-12  Hand-coloured etching

Emmerdale Waltz Sequence Dance Video and Steps

British museum, satirical print 1805. The tightness of the new fashions is critiqued.

British museum, satirical print The tightness of the new fashions is critiqued.

"Argument against Feeling", published by E Jackson, c. 1785. Fox spanks Pitt with a birch rod while Pitt says, "This is a question of feeling not Argumnt". According to the British Museum, it is "Probably a satire on the successful opposition to Pitt by Fox in 1785 over the Scrutiny [...] and the Irish Propositions". Definitely one of the weirdest caricatures of Fox and Pitt I've seen :/

"Argument against Feeling", published by E Jackson, c. 1785. Fox spanks Pitt with a birch rod while Pitt says, "This is a question of feeling not Argumnt". According to the British Museum, it is "Probably a satire on the successful opposition to Pitt by Fox in 1785 over the Scrutiny [...] and the Irish Propositions". Definitely one of the weirdest caricatures of Fox and Pitt I've seen :/

Battling the wind from behind, revealing her derriere. Vent derriere 1812 by Debucourt

'With considerable trepidation Lizzy turned to view her back in the mirror. The cleft of her pert bottom was clearly visible; the dowdy dress suddenly turned into a very daring one.' This pic - Good Philibert Louis Debucourt, Vent derrière

Plate 1: two couples dancing the waltz, dressed in costumes of the Incroyables and Merveilleuses.  1801?  Hand-coloured etching

Le Bon Genre, Plate two couples dancing the waltz, dressed in costumes of the Incroyables and Merveilleuses. Published by: Pierre La Mésangère 1800

Women’s Fashion During and After the French Revolution (1790 to 1810) – All About Canadian History

Women’s Fashion During and After the French Revolution (1790 to 1810)

A satirical 1796 contrast between old and cutting-edge Directoire clothing styles: "TOO MUCH and TOO LITTLE, or Summer Cloathing for 1556 & a caricature engraved by Isaac Cruikshank after a drawing by George M.

Plate 102: onlookers watch as others use a four-story helter-skelter with three slides.  1817  Hand-coloured etching

Plate onlookers watch as others use a four-story helter-skelter with three slides. 1817 Hand-coloured etching a fore runner of the rollercoaster

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