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Portrait of James Belcher, Bare Knuckle Champion of England, c.1803, by Benjamin Marshal (1768-1835). Must have been a very hard man, but looks very elegant, despite his profession - good example of early 19th century dress for english men.

A portrait of James Belcher, bare knuckle champion of England with Trusty, a champion fighting dog. by Benjamin Marshall 1803

Старинное ... Pehr Hillestrom (Swedish,1733-1816). Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

"A Woman Reading, The Chamber-Maid Brings Tea" Painting by Swedish Painter Pehr Hilleström dating from Nordiska Museet, Stockholm Sweden

Louis François Gerard van der Puyl (1750 - 1824) - Portrait of the van Assche family seated in a loggia, 1776

Louis François Gerard van der Puyl - - Portrait of the van Assche family seated in a loggia, 1776

A dancing teacher (?) More cock a toe than cockatoo.I love the birdlike aspect British Museum

A dancing teacher (?) More cock a toe than cockatoo.I love the birdlike aspect British Museum

The Kitchen at Sandpit Gate Creator: Paul Sandby (1731-1809) (artist) Creation Date:  circa 1752 Materials:  Pen and ink and watercolour

The Kitchen at Sandpit Gate Creator: Paul Sandby (artist) Creation Date: circa 1752 Materials: Pen and ink and watercolour

A woman making a bed, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 Pen and grey ink and grey wash  Paul Sandby

A woman making a bed, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 Pen and grey ink and grey wash Paul Sandby

Alexander Roslin                Portrait of Tsarevich Paul, later Tsar of Russia, ca. 1777                Oil

Alexander Roslin Portrait of Tsarevich Paul, later Tsar of Russia, ca.

"Major James Wolfe" by James Ferguson (1750) at the National Army Museum, London - According to the curators, this miniature was owned by Robert Monckton, where it was passed down through the generations. Monckton was likely the one of Wolfe's three brigadier generals in 1759 who got along best with him - the fact that Monckton held on to this miniature portrait lends some proof to the theory, as does the fact that he alone appears in West's painting of Wolfe's death, unlike the other two.

"Major James Wolfe" by James Ferguson at the National Army Museum, London…

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French School, circa 1750 A girl wearing a bonnet, looking at herself in a mirror with a chocolatière and a cup on the table - pastel, in an Century French frame

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