Black and white photograph of a state party - Illustration

Dinner Party, Evening Gown, Social Gathering, 1860-1869, 19th Century

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Stock illustration ID:155420233
Upload date:November 01, 2012


A ‘State Party’ of great formality, with butlers, footmen and all sorts of flunkies waiting on the Great and Good. There is a frightful old crone sitting on the left of the table, plus some interesting whiskers and a woman with lorgnettes. The characters depicted are worth studying for their diverse expressions and antics. From “Bird’s-Eye Views of Modern Society in Sixteen Plates taken by Richard Doyle; Reprinted from the Cornhill Magazine.” Dated c1864 with wood engravings by the Dalziel Brothers and published in London.
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