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English Gypsy women’s costume. XVIII-XIX centuries

 
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English Gypsy women costume

Fortune telling.

James Stokeld (1827–1877),

oil, canvas; 1868

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy camp.

James Ward (1764–1859),

oil, canvas; 1809

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy woman.

William Joseph Shayer (1787–1879),

oil, canvas

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsies by the campfire.

George Morland (1763–1804),

oil, canvas; 1794

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

The Gypsies’s life.

The 1860s

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortune hunting.

James Gillray,

a lithograph, a fragment, 1804

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsies having a rest.

Edward Charles Barnes, 

oil, canvas; a fragment

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortune telling.

The end of the XVIII century — the beginning of the XIX century.

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortune teller and hunter.

Unknown artist,

oil, canvas; about 1780

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy women.

Thomas Sully, (1783–1872);

oil, canvas; 1839

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy woman.

Octavius Oakley (1800–1867); watercolors

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortune telling.

John Wootton (about 1681-82 — 1764 );

oil, canvas; 1748. A fragment.

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

The Old Squire Bartering with Gypsies.

Charles Hancock (1795–1868);

oil, canvas; 1834

 

 

  English Gypsy women costume

Group of Gypsies.

Thomas Rowlandson after Francis Wheatley’s sketch; 1786

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Group of Gypsies. A fragment.

Thomas Rowlandson after Francis Wheatley’s sketch; 1786

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy encampment. A fragment.

Francis R.A. Wheatley (1747–1801);

watercolors

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsies in a wood. A fragment.

Engraving by J. Wood after Thomas Gainsborough’s painting (1727–1788)

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortrune telling at a Gypsy camp.

Oil, canvas; the middle of the XIX century.

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy encampment. A fragment

George Morland (1763–1804);

oil, canvas 

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

A Gipsy camp — an English scene. Engraving, 1856

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Romany folk.

Augustus Edwin John (1878–1961);

oil, canvas; 1940

 

       

English Gypsy women costume

Harriet, lady Cockrell, as a Gipsy.

 

English Gypsy women costume

The Stapleton Family. William, Catherine, Maria and Henry James Stapleton.

Thomas Beach (1738–1806);

oil, canvas; 1789

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Weaving baskets on Perlieu Common, near Southampton.

William Joseph Shayer (1787–1879); oil, canvas

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy queen.

John Reid (1861–1906); oil, canvas.

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Pray give a trifle.

An English lithograph, 1826

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

An English Gypsy woman selling combs.

Photograph by Oskar Gustav Rejlander, 1860s

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy woman selling clothes-pegs and washing-lines.

An English picture, about 1890

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Fortune telling.

Illustration to Tua-O-Rangi-Utu A Story of Love, Hate and Revenge. 1894

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Begging Gypsy woman.

E.Hull; engraving; the first half of the XIX century

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy family.

Plate from Royal Doulton, the Great Britain;

the end of the XIX century

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy family having a rest.

William Joseph Shayer (1787–1879);

oil, canvas

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Irish Gypsies. A fragment.

Augustus Edwin John (1878–1961);

drawing

 

 

English Gypsy women costume

Gypsy on a fish market.

William Joseph Shayer (1787–1879); oil, canvas

 

 

 

 

 

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