Strawberries, Scarlet Strawberries! Francis Wheatley (1747-1801) Cries of London series

A girl selling 'Strawberries, Scarlet Strawberries! ' by Francis Wheatley Cries of…

Paul Sandby (1731-1809) (artist)  RCIN   914329  Reference(s):   RL 14329   O(S) 250    Description:   A woman laundering, her tubs standing on chairs, left, another crouching and tending the fire at an open hearth. Bright sunlight

Part of a series by Paul Sandby showing servants at work at Sandpit Gate, Windsor. Here, a woman does laundry, her tubs standing on chairs. Another maid is crouching and tending the fire at an open hearth.

Shrimp girl: 1759, Paul Sandby, possibly wearing stays.

Shrimp girl: 1759 Paul Sandby © Museum of London - Working class people adapted the fashions of upper class, making skirts shorter and upper garments loser. They also wore protective gear when working in trades.

1771, A Girl Bundling Asparagus by Atkinson, at the Yale Center for British Art.

John Atkinson (British artist, fl British Girl Bundling Asparagus 1771 It's About Time: Sharing the Harvest - Foods at Market & at Home

"The Benevolent Cottager", after Francis Wheatley, ca. 1775 (original); City of London Corporation 1294

"The Benevolent Cottager", after Francis Wheatley, ca. City of London Corporation 1294 Note the green linen/wool gown on the chld, the stays worn in public on the lady,

Old Chairs to Mend! Francis Wheatley (1747-1801) Cries of London series

"Old Chairs To Mend" by Francis Wheatley (British Artist Cries of London Series Engravings

Francis Wheatley, 1747-1801, British, The Rustic Lover, 1786, Watercolor with black ink over graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Creator Francis Wheatley, British Title The Rustic Lover Alternate Title(s) The Rustic Courtship Date 1786

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