Tuesday, April 28, 2015

1700s Times of Day - Richard Houston (Irish printmaker, c.1721-1775)



Richard Houston (Irish printmaker, c.1721 - 1775) Times of Day - Morning 



Richard Houston (Irish printmaker, c.1721 - 1775) Times of Day - Noon



Richard Houston (Irish printmaker, c.1721 - 1775) Times of Day - Evening



Richard Houston (Irish printmaker, c.1721 - 1775) Times of Day - Night 


1600s Times of Day - Jean Leblond 1605-1666



 Jean Leblond 1605-1666 The Times of the Day - Morning



 Jean Leblond 1605-1666 The Times of the Day - Midday



 Jean Leblond 1605-1666 The Times of the Day - Evening



Jean Leblond 1605-1666 The Times of the Day - Night


1500s Times of Day - Jan Saenredam (Dutch printmaker, c 1565-1607



Jan Saenredam (Dutch printmaker, c 1565-1607) The Times of Day - Morning



Jan Saenredam (Dutch printmaker, c 1565-1607) The Times of Day - Midday



Jan Saenredam (Dutch printmaker, c 1565-1607) The Times of Day - Evening



Jan Saenredam (Dutch printmaker, c 1565-1607) The Times of Day - Night


17C Woman - Marie de Rohan, the wife of Claude de Lorraine with amazing pearls


We have few depictions of women in the 17C British American colonies, but contemporary European prints allow us to see the hairstyles & fashions being worn on the other side of the Atlantic during the early years of the English colonization of America. 

Jean Leblond 1605-1666 Charles David (Print made by); Ferdinand Elle (After) Marie de Rohan, the wife of Claude de Lorraine, Duke of Chevreuse; bust-length, turned to right with curled hair, pearl earrings