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"Beggar Resting", 1720s, by Giacomo Ceruti (Italian, 1698-1767)

"Beggar Resting" By Ceruti Italian. "Little Beggar Girl & Woman Spinning" Ceruti "Three Beggars" Ceruti

Three Beggars, c. 1736, Giacomo CERUTI, Italian painter, Lombard school (b. 1698, Milano, d. 1767, Milano)

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"Beggar Boy" attributed to Étienne Jeaurat - "You shouldn't even be here!

1746 A Beggar

A beggar holding his cap, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 note the tied shoes and the blue bonnet - which is relatively small

Act II scene ii 180, Edgar:My face I'lll grime with filth,/Blanket my loins, elf all my hair in knots,/And with presented nakedness outface/The winds and persecutions of the sky.

Jacques Bellange Description English: Beggar Looking through His Hat Date circa 1615 Medium tempera on unprimed canvas Dimens.

Beggar in soldiers clothing_18th century watercolor image

Marquard Wocher from the Swiss National Library Detail: beggar, crutch, sling, tattered

John Worley, 1624-1721 Painted 1705. The Old Beggar , French School, 18th century Musee Bargoin. photo JohnWorley1624-1721Painted1705TheOldBeggarFrenchSchool18thcenturyMuseeBargoin_zps172a80a7.jpg

John Worley, Painted The Old Beggar , French School, century Musee Bargoin.

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Mops Sellers Paul Sandby's drawing of a pair of mop sellers was meant to be turned into a print for a further series of 'London Cries'. However, despite making numerous studies, such as this one, he never published more than the first series of twelve. Maker: Sandby, Paul Production Date: 1759 ID no: 65.59/5

Mop sellers, red chalk on paper, Paul Sandy, Museum of London

False Beggars (Lucas van Leyden)

This print by Lucas van Leyden is circa It shows two relatively well-off beggars accepting charity from a vagabond apparently more.

Portrait of a Gentleman by Giacomo Ceruti (Italian 1698 – 1767)

Portrait of a Gentleman by Giacomo Ceruti (Italian 1698 –

Walnut Seller, Paris, 1738 Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus  (French, Paris 1692–1765 Paris)

Walnut Seller, Anne Claude de Tubieres, after Edme Boucharon, etching with some engraving, Note the kettle pot

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