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Bored And Drunk Featured Thomas Rowlandson Print

Bored And Drunk

A drunken revelry with drinkers collapsing under the table, dancing on its top and being sick. Entitled, 'Miseries of the Country. 'While on a visit to the hundrds of Essex being under the necessity of getting dead drunk every day to save your life'. Original Artwork: Artist - Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Soldiers on a March Featured Thomas Rowlandson Print

Soldiers on a March

Soldiers on a March.Coloured etching by George Moutard Woodward after Thomas Rowlandson, published by McCleary and Watson, 1811.Caricature, 3rd (The East Kent) Regiment of Foot (The Buffs), 1811 (c).Soldiers, women and children on the march fording a stream, three women carry children, one being carried herself, one woman carries an officer, a soldier carries a gun and pack bearing a disc saying ?Old Buffs?, a duck?s head sticks out from his kit, another soldier carries a large drum, trees in background.Associated with the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815).From the collection of the former Buffs Regimental Museum. Date: 1811

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Six Stages of Mending a Face, 1792 (etching) Featured Thomas Rowlandson Print

Six Stages of Mending a Face, 1792 (etching)

XJF869675 Six Stages of Mending a Face, 1792 (etching) by Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827); Private Collection; ( published by S. W. Fores 1792. The head and shoulders of Lady Archer at different stages of her toilet. In the first (right), wearing a night-cap, with unsightly pendent breasts, she looks up to the left, tears falling from an empty eye-socket, her gaping mouth showing toothless jaws. In the next she fits in an eye, in the third she places a wig on her head, in the fourth (below on the right) she fits in a set of false teeth; in the next she applies rouge to her cheeks with a hare's foot, holding a mirror. In the last (left) she appears a pretty young woman, holding a mask in her hand. In the last two stages her arms, which were skinny and muscular, have become smooth and rounded and her breasts have been covered with the gauze drapery then fashionable. ); English, out of copyright

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