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Drunk Warrior and Court Jester, Italian painting of 19th century. Artist: Casimiro Tomba Featured Print

Drunk Warrior and Court Jester, Italian painting of 19th century. Artist: Casimiro Tomba

Drunk Warrior and Court Jester, Italian painting of 19th century. Tomba, Casimiro (1857-1929). Found in the collection of the M. Kroshitsky Art Museum, Sevastopol

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Scene from 'Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver', at Covent Garden Theatre, 1844 Featured Print

Scene from "Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver", at Covent Garden Theatre, 1844

Scene from "Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver", at Covent Garden Theatre, 1844. London stage production of a new comic pantomime by Mr. Nelson Lee...called "Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver, or Music for the Million"...which, despite ...feats upon the corde volante...had the fault of being too long. It wants cutting...and there were not many of those jokes and allusions which the public are now accustomed to expect in a piece of this kind. The scenery "hitched" several several times, but this is excusable on a first representation...Mr. T. Blanchard was very good; and Miss Massall is an attractive young lady, with a nice figure, and an excellent dancer. The scenery is beautifully painted; and a mazurka, which must become very popular, composed by M. Jules de Glimes, was played with great spirit and effect by the band'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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Barry, the Clown, on the Thames, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Barry, the Clown, on the Thames, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Barry, the Clown, on the Thames, 1844. Scene on the River Thames in London: ...an eccentric feat of very rare, though not unprecedented enactment. Mr. [Thomas] Barry, one of the clowns at Astley's theatre...announced his intention of sailing from Vauxhall-bridge to Westminster-bridge in a washing-tub, drawn by four geese. The crowd assembled to witness this strange undertaking, was very great...Mr. Barry, in his clown's dress, and accompanied by several of his friends, arrived at the bridge, and...stepped into his tub and proceeded on his "voyage". The tide being in his favour he went along smoothly enough, and he had but little difficulty in making the geese swim in their proper course. An immense number of boats accompanied this strange water party, and the intrepid voyageur having disembarked at Westminster-bridge amidst loud cheers, proceeded to the theatre'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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