Late 18th Century Skirt Supports: Bums, Rumps, & Culs By Kendra Van Cleave
The Lover's Disguise, 1782, British Museum, Museum No. 2010,7081.1936
Italian apothecary. 18th-century
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BnF - Candide
Title: Which is the man Published: [London] : Pubd May 30th 1786 by G. T. Stubbs, Peters Court, St. Martins Lane, 
Detail of female employees in Wetter's calico factory, painting cotton ready for export. The Wetter, Factory, 1765 by Joseph Gabriel Rossetti Maria. Wetter had 500 empoyees in his factory doing various jobs. His fabric designers trained at the Academy of Painting in Marseille.
1788 The bumless beauties Printmaker identified by George and Grego as Rowlandson disguising his identity with James Sayers's signature. | Description based on imperfect impression; sheet trimmed within plate mark. | Not in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires / Mary Dorothy George. | Beneath the design are etched four lines: Both bums and rumps are now no more. With merry thoughts the fair are blest. Their beauties now you…