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A Nymph and dancing Satyrs -Diana Beauclerk

A Nymph and dancing Satyrs -Diana Beauclerk

Caterina van Hemessen - DAUGTHER of Jan van Hemessen Portrait of a Young Lady, 1560 at Baltimore Art Museum by mbell1975, via Flickr

Caterina van Hemessen - DAUGTHER of Jan van Hemessen Portrait of a Young Lady, 1560 at Baltimore Art Museum by mbell1975, via Flickr

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Marie Victoire Lemoine (French, 1754–1820). The Interior of an Atelier of a Woman Painter, 1796.

Marie Victoire Lemoine (French, 1754–1820). The Interior of an Atelier of a Woman Painter, 1796.

"A Boy with a Cat - Morning" by Thomas Gainsborough (1787) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "[This painting and its pendant] formed part of a group of rustic paintings of working-class children much admired in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as "fancy pictures." Jack Hill, shown here, was a professional beggar whom Gainsborough took into his house as a model."

"A Boy with a Cat - Morning" by Thomas Gainsborough (1787) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "[This painting and its pendant] formed part of a group of rustic paintings of working-class children much admired in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as "fancy pictures." Jack Hill, shown here, was a professional beggar whom Gainsborough took into his house as a model."

Thomas Gainsborough (British, 1727–1788). Cottage Children (The Wood Gatherers), 1787. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Stillman Harkness, 1950 (50.145.17) #kids

Thomas Gainsborough (British, 1727–1788). Cottage Children (The Wood Gatherers), 1787. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Stillman Harkness, 1950 (50.145.17) #kids

Pehr Hilleström, Three Women Telling Fortune in Coffee, 1780s, 80 x 110cm (Stockholms universitets konstsamling, J. A. Berg Collection #158). The paintings of the Swedish artist Pehr Hilleström (1732−1816) give us a unique view directly of ordinary life in the 18th century, of how the bourgeoisie lived in Stockholm: the life and ceremonies of the court, idle young ladies in elegant drawing rooms, servant girls carrying on with their domestic tasks, theatre, peasant culture, foundries and…

Pehr Hilleström, Three Women Telling Fortune in Coffee, 1780s, 80 x 110cm (Stockholms universitets konstsamling, J. A. Berg Collection #158). The paintings of the Swedish artist Pehr Hilleström (1732−1816) give us a unique view directly of ordinary life in the 18th century, of how the bourgeoisie lived in Stockholm: the life and ceremonies of the court, idle young ladies in elegant drawing rooms, servant girls carrying on with their domestic tasks, theatre, peasant culture, foundries and…

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