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Brushing Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Brushing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Woman at her Toilette, 1889. Artist: Edgar Degas
Woman at her Toilette, 1889. Artist: Edgar Degas
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Waking Up: A Girl of the Koka Era (1844-1848), 1888. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Waking Up: A Girl of the Koka Era (1844-1848), 1888. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
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Forgetting Filial Piety, ca. 1781. Creator: Torii Kiyonaga
Forgetting Filial Piety, ca. 1781. Creator: Torii Kiyonaga
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Washing the Sacred Elephant. Creator: Unknown
Washing the Sacred Elephant. Creator: Unknown
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Winchester Cathedral , from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Winchester Cathedral , from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown
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The Morning Gossip, from The Greatest Plague of Life, pub. 1847. Creator: George Cruikshank
The Morning Gossip, from The Greatest Plague of Life, pub. 1847. Creator: George Cruikshank
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Combat No.2. Creator: Percy Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957)
Combat No.2. Creator: Percy Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957)
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Is the Labourer worthy of his hire?, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank
Is the Labourer worthy of his hire?, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank
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Hat Maker
Hat Maker
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Hat Maker Featured Image

Hat Maker

Hat Maker'. Manufacture of beaver hats by felting material in a kettle (background) and blocking (shaping) the hat and brushing the pile. Although called beaver, little or no beaver fur was used. According to quality, nap on felt fabric was made of mixtures of beaver, musquash or rabbit fur, and cotton wool, Mercury was used in the kettle process and many hatters suffered from the uncontrollable shaking typical of mercury poisoning, which damaged the central nervous system. The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland exhibited these symptoms

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