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- Object: Morning Noon Night
Three stages of a dandy:  He sits in an arm-chair, in a flowered dressing-gown, reading the 'Literary Gazette' [Jerdan's weekly review], and negligently dangling a coffee-cup. His whiskers, like his hair, are in curl-papers.  He stands full-face, smoking a small cigar and holding a riding-switch. A small top-hat is poised on flowing curls which mingle with his whiskers; his contour is feminine, with long tight-waisted double-breasted coat over very wide trousers.  In tail-coat and tight pantaloons he sits, playing a guitar and singing loudly. His hair is more tightly curled than in . In all three his sleeves are tight but puffed on the shoulder. His flat pumps have large ribbon bows. 1829.
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Height: 245 millimetres (cropped)
Width: 358 millimetres (cropped)
- Curator's comments
- (Description and comment from M. Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', XI, 1954)
Cf. No. 13030, &c. The dandy especially associated with curl-papers was Ellenborough, cf. No. 17358.
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