19thC Class and Labour

(These are notes of a course given at Birkbeck College by Carol Jacobi in 2005/2006)

19thC Class and Labour

Slide 1: John Constable, ‘Dedham Vale with Ploughman’ 1814
Constable_Dedham_Vale_with_Ploughman_1814

Slide 2: John Constable, ‘The Haywain’ 1821
Constable_The_Haywain_1821

Slide 3: John Constable, ‘The Wheatfield’ 1815-6
Constable_The_Cornfield_1826

Slide 4: Peter de Wint, ‘The Cornfield’ 1815
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Slide 5: George Stubbs, ‘Reapers’ 1795
Stubbs_Reapers_1795

Slide 6: George Stubbs, ‘Haymakers’ 1795
Stubbs_Haymakers_1795

Slide 7: George Morland, ‘The Squire’s Door’ c.1790
Morland_The_Squires_Door_1790

Slide 8: William Collins, ‘Rustic Civility’ 1832
Collins_Rustic_Civility_1832

Slide 9: John Brett, ‘The Stonebreaker’ 1858
Brett_The_Stonebreaker_1858

Slide 10: Henry Wallis, ‘The Stonebreaker’ 1858
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Slide 11: Gustave Courbet, ‘The Stonebreakers’ 1849
Courbet_The_Stonebreakers_1849

Slide 12: Plate from S.G. Morton, Types of Mankind (1854)(image not found)

Slide 13: Plate from S.R. Wells, New System of Physiognomy (1866)
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Illustration from Samuel R. Wells, New Physiognomy, or Signs of Character, as manifested through temperment and external forms…, New York: Fowler & Wells, 1866.

Slide 14: William Measom after Archibald Samuel Henning, ‘The Jew Old-Clothes Man’, from Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor (1861)
Measom_The_Jew_Old-Clothes_Man_1861

Slide 15: William Measom after Archibald Samuel Henning, ‘The Sweep’s Home’, from Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor (1861)(image not found)

Slide 16: G.E. Hicks, ‘Post Office: One Minute to Six’ 1860(image not found)

Slide 17: Richard Redgrave, ‘The Poor Seamstress’ 1846
Redgrave_The_Poor_Seamstress_1846

Slide 18: Ford Madox Brown, ‘Work’ 1852-3
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Slide 19: Ford Madox Brown, ‘Hayfield’ 1855
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Slide 20: William Hogarth, ‘Beer Street’ 1751
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Slide 21: William Hogarth, ‘Gin Lane’ 1750-1
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