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20 results filtered with: Hurdy-gurdy
  • A boy with a monkey and a hurdy-gurdy, sitting on the pavement. Engraving by T.L. Sanger.
  • A blind hurdy gurdy player and his son and two dancing dogs. Coloured lithograph by White after E.J. Pigal.
  • A woman sitting in a chair playing the hurdy-gurdy and looking towards a man on her left. Engraving by R. Gaillard, 1743, after S. Leclerc.
  • A hurdy-gurdy player standing by the door to a house; the man in the house smokes a pipe at the door, and two children look on. Mezzotint after A. van Ostade.
  • A barber-surgeon attending to a man's forehead. Oil painting.
  • People causing a nuisance by smoking in the street. Coloured etching by H. Heath, 1827.
  • An old man in ragged clothes and a feathery fur cap playing the hurdy gurdy. Etching by Jan Georg van der Vliet, c. 1632.
  • A barber-surgeon attending to a man's forehead. Oil painting.
  • A barber-surgeon attending to a man's forehead. Oil painting.
  • (Left) an old woman sitting on a stool with a cat and warming her hands at a brazier; (right) an old man playing the hurdy-gurdy. Etching by E. Russell after J. Callot.
  • A one-legged hurdy gurdy player dressed in rags with his companion, an old woman dressed in rags reading from a song sheet. Engraving with etching by J. Matham after Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne.
  • A Savoyard girl standing near to a fire place playing the hurdy-gurdy. Stipple engraving by G. Sherlock, 1799, after W. Hogarth.
  • Street vendors and shops in a street in Paris. Coloured aquatint by R.B. Peake.
  • A barber-surgeon attending to a man's forehead. Oil painting.
  • People causing a nuisance by smoking in the street. Coloured etching by H. Heath, 1827.
  • A man sits smoking at a table as a woman brings him drink. Engraving by L. Gaineau, 1785, after G. Mieris.
  • People causing a nuisance by smoking in the street. Coloured etching by H. Heath, 1827.
  • A man wearing a cap with a feather in it is playing a hurdygurdy. Etching by D. Deuchar after Adriaen van Ostade.
  • A man wearing a cloak and a wide-brimmed hat is carrying a hurdy-gurdy. Etching by R. Blake after J. Callot.
  • A barber-surgeon attending to a man's forehead. Oil painting.