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0126493
MEN'S FASHION, c1830.
A man wearing a brown velvet coat. French color fashion plate from 'Petit Courrier des Dames,' c1830.
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0126492
MEN'S FASHION, c1830.
A man wearing a white overcoat lined with red velvet, fashioned after the mantle of the Knights Templars. French color fashion plate from 'Petit Courrier des Dames,' c1830.
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0125935
CRUIKSHANK: TAILOR, 1820.
An English dandy (Tom) waits while his friend (Jerry) is measured by a London tailor. Aquatint, 1820, by Isaac Robert and George Cruikshank, for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London.'
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0125934
MEN'S FASHION, c1814.
An 'incroyable' wearing a Robinson hat, knitted pants, and Hussar-style riding boots. Etching, c1814, by Georges Jacques Gatine after Horace Vernet.
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0208450
OSCAR WILDE.
Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde *16.10.1854-30.11.1900+ Writer, Ireland / Great Britain portrait with cigarette - around 1880, ullstein bild ID 00072696.
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0229412
PEOPLE.
Italy - Kampanien Campania - Neapel Napoli Naples: Food preparation of Macaroni - Tasting before a stall - Photographer: Edizioni Brogi - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 20/1903 Vintage property of ullstein bild (identisch mit sw Foto: 00224693).
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0126482
ENGLISH FASHIONS, 1827.
'Monstrosities of 1827.' Satirical etching by Robert Cruikshank, 1827.
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0126479
MEN'S FASHION, c1785.
A man dressed in a striped morning coat and a round hat, with various hats and a pair of boots shown above and below. French color fashion plate, c1785.
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OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit.
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ENGLAND: PANTOMIME, 1883.
'Every One His Own Pantomime.' Engraving, English, 1883.
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0156502
OSCAR WILDE.
Irish writer Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) photo Alfred Ellis & Walery c. 1892. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0216482
FASHION: MEN, c1822.
A fashionable man dressed in a wool coat, waistcoat, beaver hat, silk tie, duck trousers, and Russian beaver boots. Engraving, c1822.
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0018402
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed c189.
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0163031
MONKEY-BAITING, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry Sporting Their Blunt on the Phenomenon Monkey Jacco Macacco at the Westminster Pit.' Etching by George Cruikshank illustrating the English fascination with the blood-sport of money baiting, featuring the legendary monkey Jacco Macacco, for Pierce Egan's 'Life in England,' 1821.
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0067012
ALFRED d'ORSAY (1801-1852).
French society leader in Paris and London. Wit, painter, sculptor, conversationalist, and arbiter of fashion.
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0000990
MEN'S FASHION, 1894.
Wood engraving, English, 1894.
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0131069
LONDON: COURTROOM, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry in Trouble after a Spree.' English dandies, Tom and Jerry, before a judge. Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0000853
ENGLISH DANDY, c1800.
Line and stipple engraving, English, c1800.
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0071986
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Line engraving, English, 1892.
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0023009
GENTLEMAN OF FASHION.
A gentleman of fashion in a in fur-collared cape with a beaver hat. Line engraving, American, c1820.
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0093313
TOP HAT, c1875.
'The Dandy.' Line engraving, English, c1900.
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0067013
ALFRED d'ORSAY (1801-1852).
French society leader in Paris and London. Wit, painter, sculptor, conversationalist, and arbiter of fashion. Oil, 1839, by G. Hayter.
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0060158
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed in 1882 by Napoleon Sarony at the beginning of Wilde's American tour.
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0018407
SIR WILLIAM WILDE
(1815-1876). Irish physician and father of Oscar Wilde. Drawing, 1847, by J.H. Maguire.
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0346701
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish writer, in New York in January 1882. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish writer, in New York in January 1882. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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LONDON, c1815.
'Dandies of other Days: Sir Lumley Skeffington, Lord Petersham.' Engraving, 1889.
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0619817
LONDON, c1815.
'Habitues of White's: Marquis of Londonderry, Colonel "Kangaroo" Cooke, Captain Gronow, Lord Allen, Count d'Orsay.' Engraving after R. Deighton, 1889.
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0005187
GEORGE BRYAN BRUMMELL
(1778-1840). Known as Beau Brummell. English dandy. Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0052085
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Oil over a photograph, 1882, by Napoleon Sarony, taken at the beginning of Wilde's American tour.
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0170319
DAWE: ENRAGED MACARONI.
A fishwife distracts a dandy, while another woman cuts his hair. Satirical mezzotint by Philip Dawe, 1773.
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0094168
LONDON SCENES.
Scenes of Victorian London in the 19th century and (lower right) a London dandy of 1646. Wood engraving, English, c1875.
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0033496
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed with Lord Alfred Douglas at Oxford, c1893.
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0018403
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Caricature by James McNeill Whistler.
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0033086
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish poet, wit and dramatist; photographed with Lord Alfred Douglas in 1894.
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0163032
LONDON: ROYAL ACADEMY.
'A Shilling Well Laid Out - Tom and Jerry at the Exhibition of Pictures at the Royal Academy.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0004626
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed in 1882 by Napoleon Sarony at the beginning of Wilde's American tour.
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0002060
MEDIEVAL PRINCE.
A medieval prince wearing a crown, tunic, and patten clogs that elevate the wearer and aid in walking through the mud.
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0163035
LONDON: BAR ROOM, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry [English dandies] taking Blue Ruin [a gin drink] after the Spell is broke up.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0028762
GEORGE BRUMMELL (1778-1840).
Known as Beau Brummell: colored engraving after a miniature.
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