'Can you forbear laughing', 1776, mezzotint by Philip Dawe, published by Sayer & Bennett. The price to pay for an elegant lady's headdress: an ostrich and a rooster stand by with plucked-bare bottoms while two maids denude a peacock of its tail feathers.
"Description Women holding bows and arrows in a field. 6 May 1792 Mezzotint Inscriptions Inscription Content: With title below and address 'Publish'd May 6th 1792 by Robert Sayer & Co. Fleet Street, London'. Numbered in lower left '279'"
The conception of Merlin. Lancelot en prose (partie du), c. 1494, Inc. 1286, f8v, Bibliothèque Mazarine, Paris.
La beauté militaire, 6 février 1781
The Preposterous Head Dress, or the Feathered Lady, 1776. Yale Center for British Art, B1977.14.10990
Marie Antoinette depicted as a 'bergère' (Sheppardess)
Mrs Carwardine, May 9, 1781. British Museum 1902,1011.4954 Love this cap. And adorable mother-child image.
François Desprez, f. E4 Dessin 65 Les Songes drolatiques de Pantagruel A Paris : Par Richard Breton 1565 (41)
Portrait of the actress Isabella Mattocks, in character in Holcroft's 'The Road to Ruin'; whole length, standing, to the right, holding fan, larfe feathers on hat; illustration to the 'Attic Miscellany'. Etching and engraving