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Richmond Barbershop, by Granger

Framed 19th Century American Oil on Canvas, The Barbershop, unsigned.

Framed Century American Oil on Canvas, The Barbershop, unsigned. Provenance: From the collection of the Fuller Museum of .

Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, 1793–1870). The Salon of Baron Gros, 1850–57. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Fletcher Fund, Joyce F. Menschel Gift, Louis V. Bell Fund, Alfred Stieglitz Society and W. Bruce and Delaney H. Lundberg Gifts, 2010 (2010.23) | Gros's exceptional mastery of the technical aspects of the daguerreotype was paired with a refined visual sensibility, seen here in the richness of the setting and the subtle and seductive play of light…

Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, The Salon of Baron Gros, Daguerreotype. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

a mosaic in London

a mosaic in London

ART & ARTISTS: Frederick Carl Frieseke – part 2

Frederick Carl Frieseke – part 2

Victorian London

Style, texture and clothing

Morning in a boarding house parlour. Life in an American boarding house.  Cassells Family Magazine, 1886.

Morning in a boarding house parlour. Life in an American boarding house.

David Davidovich Burljuk (Burliuk)

David Davidovich Burljuk (Burliuk)

AMERICAN SCHOOL (C. 1910): BARBER SHOP INTERIOR...

AMERICAN SCHOOL (C. 1910): BARBER SHOP INTERIOR...

Creative Stash: art masterpiece: woodville

Richard Caton Woodville (American painter, Waiting for the Stage;

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Innocence Lost, The Newspaper, Newspaper, Reading

Father and Daughter Reading in the Parlor. Oil on canvas, unsigned, in vintage gilt molded panel frame.

Father and Daughter Reading in the Parlor. Oil on canvas, unsigned, in vintage gilt molded panel frame.

'Tea' by Mikhail Fiodorovich Larionov (1881-1964, Russia)

Tea by Mikhail Fiodorovich Larionov (Fine Art Art reproduction Mikhail Fiodorovich Larionov)

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In the late Victorian era, London was terrorized by the monster known as Jack the Ripper. Using the pea-soupers as a cover, the Ripper ultimately slaughtered five or more prostitutes working in the East End. Newspapers, whose circulation had been growing during this era, bestowed widespread and enduring notoriety on the killer because of the savagery of the attacks and the failure of the police to capture the murderer. Because the killer’s identity has never been confirmed, the legends…

Ripper Claimed Earlier Victims Prostitutes in the East End of London in the late Victorian Era - Listverse

c. 1850, going to a barber shop. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "[Tradesmen and craftsmen.]" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed March 20, 2017. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-7080-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

Tradesmen and craftsmen.

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