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Scene in a tavern, with peasants drinking, smoking, playing cards and backgammon; behind are a cupboard and bed, to left four figures in conversation including a man seated on a barrel, meat hanging from the ceiling above
Pen and grey ink and watercolour, over black chalk, on vellum
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Height: 265 millimetres
Width: 301 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The 1996-7 Malcolm Exhibition label text:
A characteristic drawing by Dusart, who was a close follower of Adriaen van Ostade (on whom see no.89). In the tradition of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the artist mocks the gambling, drinking, smoking, flirting and general untidiness of the peasantry.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1983, BM, Hogarth & The Moral Print (no cat.)
1996-7 Sept-Jan, BM, Malcolm Collection, Appx.
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