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The interior of an Italian kitchen, from 'Banchetti compositioni di Vivende' by Christoforo di Messisburgo. Woodcut, Ferrara, Italy, 1549.
CHILD EATING, 1875.
'The Attack.' Wood engraving, American, c1875.
AD: CAMPBELL'S SOUP, 1964.
American advertisement for Campbell's Soup. Photograph, 1964.
CRYING OVER SPILT MILK.
Wood engraving, 19th century.
AD: SILVERWARE, 1911.
American magazine advertisement for Rogers Brothers silver plate silverware, 1911.
CIVIL WAR: SOLDIER, c1863.
Portrait of an unidentified Union soldier posing with his mess kit. Tintype, c1863.
WORLD WAR II: GERMAN TANK.
The radio operator of a German 'Tiger' tank crew preparing sandwiches for himself and his comrades. Photograph, August 1943. Full credit: Heinrich Hoffman - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
German Empire: children's treat in Worpswede, egg-and-spoon race - Photographer: Saebens-Worpswede - 14/1939 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
THE CANTERBURY TALES, 1483.
The Pilgrims at Table. Engraving from William Caxton's second edition of Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales,' 1483.
RABELAIS: GARGANTUA, 1873.
At Gargantua's Parisian meals, four men shovel mustard into his mouth. Wood engraving, 1873, after Gustave Doré for 'Gargantua and Pantagruel' by François Rabelais.
CHRISTMAS PUDDING, 1849.
Wood engraving after a drawing by Kenny Meadows, English, 1849.
NAPOLEON CARTOON, 1805.
'The Plum-pudding in danger; - or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper.' Satirical etching, 1805, by James Gillray a propos of a peace overture from Napoleon I, showing Napoleon and British Prime Minister William Pitt carving up the world.
HOME MEDICINE, c1920.
Silent film still, c1920.
FRENCH REV: SANS-CULOTTE.
Left: Sans-culotte guards a suspect's officially sealed home. Right: the seal lifted, he pockets silverware.
GEORGE IV (1762-1830).
King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1820-1830. As the Prince of Wales, after stuffing himself with food. Caricature etching, 1792, by James Gillray.
WORLD WAR II: PRISONER.
Items belonging to a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II.
HOME MEDICINE, 1901.
Oil over a photograph, 1901, by Fritz W. Guerin of St. Louis, Missouri.
An Anabaptist family of the Hutterite sect of central Europe. Woodcut, 16th century.
CHRISTMAS DINNER, 1846.
'A Christmas family fete at Brighton.' Wood engraving, English, 1846.
FILM STILL: EATING & DRINKING.
AD: SALAD DRESSING, 1961.
American advertisement for Good Seasons Italian salad dressing, 1961.
NEON CAFE SIGN, 2008.
Blues City Cafe neon sign on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, October 2008.
AMMAN: CUTLER, 1568.
The Cutler makes knives with handles of ivory, boxwood, sandalwood and other woods. He also makes spears, daggers, swords, scabbards, etches and cleans swords. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
A cook in his kitchen. German color woodcut, c1530.
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR, 1930.
ROMAN DINING ROOM.
Restored dining room in the House of the Moralist, Pompeii.
Hand carved mugs and funnel. 20th century photograph.
COOKS, 14th CENTURY.
Cooks basting birds roasting over a fire. Detail of an illumination by Jehan de Grise in the 'Romance of Alexander,' c1340.
RUSSIA: BOATMEN, 1856.
Boatmen on the Neva River near St. Petersburg, Russia. Wood engraving, English, 1856.
BAKERY, 18th CENTURY.
Kneading dough and baking bread in a bakery. Copper engraving, French, 18th century.
HOUSEWARES, 19th CENTURY.
Various products manufactured by Rogers, Smith & Co. Late 19th century American line engravings.
FILM: CHARLIE CHAN, 1937.
Warner Oland (seated, right) in the title role of the film 'Charlie Chan on Broadway,' with Keye Luke (standing, right) as his 'Number One Son,' 1937.
PARIS: STREET VENDOR, c1740.
A man selling kitchen utensils on the street in Paris, France. Engraving, 1875, after an etching by Edmé Bouchardon, c1740.
'The Chowder Party.' Steel engraving, American, 1849.
Persian civilization, Sassanid Period, 5th century b.C. Silver plate, partially gilded, representing a king, probably Shapur II, hunting deers. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Celtic civilization, Denmark, 1st century b.C. Gundestrup cauldron, decorated silver vessel. Detail of the internal decoration. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Oil over a photograph.
KING GEORGE III OF ENGLAND.
'Temperance enjoying a frugal meal.' George III (1738-1820), King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820), dining with his consort, Queen Charlotte. Caricature etching by James Gillray, 1792.
NATIONAL HEALTH CARE, 1948.
'Dotheboys Hall.' Doctors gag at the medicine from Britain's new National Health Service being administered by Health Minister Aneurin Bevan. English cartoon by Ernest Howard Shepard from 'Punch,' 1948, alluding to the Charles Dickens novel 'Nicholas Nickleby.' RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
Oysters served at a restaurant on the Croisette at Cannes, France.
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