Skip to main content
Prints, Framed, Posters, Cards, Puzzles, Canvas, Fine Art, Housewares, Mounted, Metal
Heritage Prints & Wall Art

sales@mediastorehouse.com
Tel: (678) 701-8254

Vanity Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Sight, Plate 2 from Neu Inv... Printed ca. 1750-56. Creator: Johann Georg Pintz Featured Image

Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Sight, Plate 2 from Neu Inv... Printed ca. 1750-56. Creator: Johann Georg Pintz

Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Sight, Plate 2 from Neu Inventierte auf die artigste Facon Sehr nutzliche Schild. Printed ca. 1750-56

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

18th Century, Arts, B W, Background People, Black And White, Black White, Bw, Cartouche, Century, Concept, Country, Decoration, Decorative, Design, Eighteenth Century, Etched, Etching, German, Germany, Greek Mythology, Heritage Art, Johann Georg Pintz, Literature, Location, Metamorphoses, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Museum, Mythology, Narcissus, Ornate, People, Pintz Johann Georg, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Vanity

A wig shop, c1780-1825. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson Featured Image

A wig shop, c1780-1825. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

A wig shop, c1780-1825. The two old ladies examining a girlish headdress displayed by the wigmaker are delightfully satisfied with the model, if one can judge from their expressions. No doubt the wigmaker has convinced them that this special coiffure will reduce their age immeasurably, while the assistant patiently holds a mirror until the critical trying-on moment takes place. Even the poodle's head is trimmed in such a way as to resemble his mistress wig'. From "The Watercolour Drawings of Thomas Rowlandson from the Albert H. Wiggin Collection in the Boston Public Library" with commentary by Arthur W. Heintzelman. [Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc. New York, 1947]

© Shirley Markham Collection/Heritage Images

Fortune Using Man as a Plaything from Six Sayings about Fortune, ca. 1560 Featured Image

Fortune Using Man as a Plaything from Six Sayings about Fortune, ca. 1560

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

16th Century, Allegorical Figure, B And, B And W, B W, Balance, Black And White, Bw, Century, Concept, Coornhert, Coornhert Dirck Volkertsen, Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert, Dirck Volkertsen, Dirck Volkertsen Coornhert, Engraving, Female, Fortune, Geographical Feature, Geography, Guy, Heritage Art, Male, Man, Men, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Museum, Naked, Nakedness, Netherlandish, Nude, Nudity, People, Play, Playing, Portrait, Sea, See Saw, The Met, Toy, Two People, Vanity, White, Wisdom, Woman


Choose from 230 pictures in our Vanity collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift

Prints, Framed, Posters, Cards, Puzzles, Canvas, Fine Art, Housewares, Mounted, Metal...

Professionally Made for Quick Shipping