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.
Dress belonging to Empress Josephine, 1810s, “This silk tulle dress is exquisitely embroidered with motifs of carnations and other flowers in silver thread. It is most probably an example of ‘remontage’ (refitting): the bust does not match Josephine’s measurements exactly and has almost certainly been adjusted to fit someone else. Indeed, Josephine often ‘reviewed’ her wardrobe: once a year she would go through her closets and give away the garments she no longer wore to her entourage.”
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British, The Greengrocer, ca. 1819, Watercolor, pen and black ink, pen and brown ink, and graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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