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BJÖRKSTA Picture and frame - aluminum color - IKEA

BJÖRKSTA Picture and frame - aluminum color - IKEA

FEJKA Artificial potted plant IKEA Lifelike artificial plant that remains looking fresh year after year.

IKEA FEJKA Artificial potted plant Weeping fig 21 cm Lifelike artificial plant that remain just as fresh-looking year after year.

An interior with a young lady at her toilet, combing her hair before a mirror by Johann Anton de Peters

View An interior with a young lady at her toilet, combing her hair before a mirror by Johann Anton de Peters on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Johann Anton de Peters.

Shoe

Shoe Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1700 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Leather, wood, linen thread Credit Line: Given by Messrs Faulkner and Son Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

Portrait of a midshipman, believed to be Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith as a boy

Circle of Henri-Pierre Danloux (French, Portrait of a midshipman, believed to be Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith as a boy oil on canvas

Image result for A Girl Shelling Peas -- William Redmore Bigg (1755–1828)

Image result for A Girl Shelling Peas -- William Redmore Bigg (1755–1828)

Inside a room, a woman helping another dress in front of a dresser, who looks back the third woman on the left sitting on a chair and reading to a boy; in an oval; after Ansell; scratched-letter state.  1789  Stipple with etching

Inside a room, a woman helping another dress in front of a dresser, who looks back the third woman on the left sitting on a chair and reading to a boy; in an oval; after Ansell; 1789 Stipple with etching

'I am tir'd of working', c. early 19th century, from a print found in a scrapbook of the Bowker family of Winchester; reproduced courtesy of and with thanks to the Hampshire Record Office, catalogue reference w/k5/1.

early century, from a print found in a scrapbook of the Bowker family of Winchester; reproduced courtesy of and with thanks to the Hampshire Record Office, catalogue reference