"Rouge et Noir" ("Red and Black", gambling scene that may have been seen at te Palais Royal)
Original hand coloured Aquatint etched by Richard Brinsley PEAKE (1792-1847).
Published London, William Fearman, January 1819.
The Characteristic Costume of France in 1819 showing both men and women from various economic strata, in both rural and urban
settings. An insightful historical perspective on a Regency Englishman’s view of the
French.Here we see a study of social ettiquette in a gambling establishment.
Condition = Wove paper. Mark of past matboard.
Size = 20cm x 25cm
price = AUD$195