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18th Century Material Culture

Sedan & Rolling Chairs

Sedan Chairs
in
Art

A Rakes Progress
by William Hogarth 1735

A Rakes Progress
by William Hogarth 1735
(Indianapolis Museum of Art)

A Rakes Progress
by William Hogarth 1735
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Jack in an Oce or Peter Necessary with Choice of Chamber pots A Ticket for the -
by William Hogarth
(Lewis Walpole Library)

The Theatrical Contest 1743


1743
(Lewis Walpole Library)

The Covt Garden Morning Frolick


by Louis Philippe Boitard 9 October, 1747
(The British Museum)

ODDITIES
by George Townshend 1757
(Lewis Walpole Library)

The Piazza - Covent Garden


by Thomas and Paul Sandby 1765
(The British Museum)

The Piazza, Covent Garden


by Paul Sandby
(The Royal Collection)

View of St. James Place and Pall Mall


by William James Mid 18th Century

Teapot
Frstenberg, Germany c. 1765 - 1770
(Lewis Walpole Library)

THE FEMALE ORATORS


for Jno. Smith, printed by M. Rennoldson 1768
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Sir Fopling Arrested: Drawn from a late rural Scene.


by Robert Sayer 1769
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Scene in a London Street


by John Collet c. 1770
(Yale Center for British Art)

Is this my Daughter Ann


by James Watson 1774
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Madge Leaving in a Sedan Chair


by William Hibbart after drawings by C.W.Bampfylde 1776
(RareOldPrints.com)

Madge Carried in a Sedan Chair


by William Hibbart after drawings by C.W.Bampfylde 1776
(RareOldPrints.com)

THE LADIES CONTIVANCE


by M. Darly 1777
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Design for a Sedan Chair for Queen Charlotte


by Robert Adam 1775

The RETURN from a MASQUERADE... A MORNING SCENE.


by Carington Bowles
(The British Museum)

The RETURN from a MASQUERADE... A MORNING SCENE.


by Carington Bowles
(The British Museum)

The RETURN from a MASQUERADE... A MORNING SCENE.


by Carington Bowles 1784
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

The RETURN from a MASQUERADE... A MORNING SCENE.


by Carington Bowles 1784
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

A SCOTCH BREEZE, scene New Bridge EDINGURGH


by Isaac Cruikshank 1784
(The British Museum)

by Thomas Rowlandson (Late 18th Century)


(The British Museum)

Woman being Carried in a Sedan Chair


by Robert Dighton c. 1780 - 1790
(The Museum of London)

The Manner of TRAVELLING, as practiced by the PEOPLE of CONGO in AFRICA.


after Theodor de Bry (1528 - 1598) 18th Century
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

Sedan Chairs

Sedan Chair
c. 1725 - 1775
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

Sedan Chair
c. 1725 - 1775
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

French Seascape Sedan Chair


c. 1725 - 1740
(Versailles)

Model of a French Sedan Chair


c. 1760
(Getty Images)

Queen Charlottes Sedan Chair


by Robert & James Adam c. 1775
(Mint Museum of Art)

Sedan Chair for Queen Charlotte


(Winsor Castle)

Sedan Chair
1775 - 1800
(Museum of London)

Leather Covered Sedan Chair


18th Century
(Christies Auction House)

Model of a French Sedan Chair


18th Century
(Getty Images)

Sedan Chair
Late 18th Century
(Ulster Folk & Transport Museum)

French Sedan Chair


Late 18th Century
(Private Collection)

Wheeled
Sedan Chairs

Sedan Chair Scene from Commedia dell'arte


by Claude Gillot (1673-1722)

French Sedan Chair Model


c. 1775
(Getty Images)

Rolling Chairs

Needs must when the Devil Drives


London 1756
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Needs must when the Devil Drives


London 1756
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Punch Bowl with Wheeling Chair


Bow Porcelain Factory, London c. 1760
(Victoria & Albert Museum)

Richard, Mary, and Peter: The Children of Peter & Mary du Cane
by Arthur Devis 1747
(Harris Museum & Art Gallery)

The Thomas Cave Family


by Arthur Devis 1749
(Sothebys)

The Children of Philip Grymes & His Wife, Mary Randolph of Middlesex County, Virginia
by John Hesselius 1751

FRONTISPIECE. All hail Dalblair! hail tot he Lord of Auchinleck!


by Thomas Rowlandson 1786
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Recruiting Sergeant and Contented Mates


by Robert Wilkinson 1780

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