"medieval archer" by lighterbee ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Vero Moda <- I like the tunic...
Stock Photo #4069-2386, French peasant carrying cheeses, 1577 engraving from Habitus praecipuorum popularum
A Peasant Couple Attacked by Robbers 1567 Univesity Collection, Stockholm, Sweden
•The Laundress by Jean Siméon Chardin, 1730s. Notice the child is wearing a pudding cap - a protective hat worn by 18th century children when they were learning to walk. He sits on a small chair, blowing a bubble while his mother scrubs her laundry. ~LMB
Cap and Apron. Pehr Hilleström 1733-1816 TitleSvenska: En piga höser såppa utur en kiettel - i en skål Mediumoil on canvas - this one, too, has surprisingly rich shoes and petticoat
El contrato de boda - Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725-1805, France)
The Laundress by Jean Baptiste Greuze, French, 1761 ~ Notice the chocolate pot near the laundress' knee.
Attributed to Louis Le Nain (1593–1648) or Antoine Le Nain (1588–1648), Family of Peasants, 1642, Louvre
Paul Sandby, London, 1760 An old blind man being guided to right by a young boy, holding a basket full of books, while the boy looks towards the viewer. 1760
Portrait of Two Boys by Joseph Francis Nollekens 1745
"Two Bunches a Penny, Primroses, Two Bunches a Penny!" by Francis Wheatley (1792-1795) found via Spitalfields Life
The Public House Door, George Morland, 1792. National Galleries of Scotland
18th Century New England Life. Clothing & Accoutrements: Aprons by Sue Felshin. Practical details on how to make one without a pattern. The painting is "A Girl Buying a Ballad" or "The Ballad Seller" by Henry Walton, c 1778.
En gumma spår en flicka i kaffesump Olja på duk, 44,5 x 54,5 cm.
*pinner apron observations* Droopyand low apron top. NOT over fichu...Gårdsexteriör med kvinnor Olja på duk, 56 x 44 cm