"The Seven Deadly Sins: Covetness (or Greed)" by George Glover (1630) - "A covetous yong Wench, t'is rare to See. For as her body, Soe her purse is free, But once turnd bawd, (as past it) and growne old, Her Soule it Selfe, shee Prostitutes to Gould."
A Guardroom Interior by Jacob Duck in 1630. This is a picture from the Cavalier period. The man is wearing funnel boots and a longdoublet. He also has ribbon on his leg right below his knee which was very popular for the time period. The women has slashes on her sleeves. She is also wearing caracoa la polonaise over her dress. Her dress is very full and looks like she is wearing a farthingale. They both have long hair which was popular at the time.
Wenceslaus Hollar (Czech artist, 1607-1677) 'Ornatus Muliebris Anglicanus. The severall 'Habits of Englishwomen, from the Nobilitie to the 'Country Woman, as they are in these times. 1640.' An English lady with wavy hair standing whole length to right, holding a feather fan in her left hand; wearing a veil over her face, gown with broad collar, and gloves.
"The Seven Deadly Sins: Pride" by George Glover (1630) - "Curl'd trammells, Feather, and the Courtly dress, Pearle, chaine, Fanne, pendants, ribbands, all express Weigh'd with her husband if the skale be right, His heart prooves heavy, hers Some graines too light."
"The Seven Deadly Sins: Gluttony" by George Glover (1630) - "Who lives to feede and doth on Juncketts[?] doate. Whose only pleasure, is her Gutts and throate, Plumps up her cheekes, and wombe, the Gluttonnous Queane, Fattens her selfe, her husbands purse makes leane."
"The Seven Deadly Sins: Lust" by George Glover (1630) - "Bare brest, loose habitt, the knee crost discloses, With neate Silke stockings, garters, and blowne roses. Wine, and Tobaco Smoake, where these are found, LUST taints the mind, Nor is the body Sound."