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@ 2010-03-29 12:52:00


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John Collier, или Tim Bobbin (1708-1786)

John Collier, или Tim Bobbin (1708-1786).Сатирические картинки.



Писатель, музыкант, историк и живописец, график и карикатурист. Его сатирические картинки имели огромный успех при жизни и многократно переиздавались после смерти- часто уже без имени автора.






Удаление зуба.



Именно так - по картинкам-вкладышам для часов и карикатурам на зубных врачей- я его и узнала. Потом нашла еще его картинки из известной серии "человеческие страсти"- но посмертное издание без упоминания автора. Дело в том, что у него еще был псевдоним- Tim Bobbin, на днях [info]zooart@lj выложил серию
"Human Passions Delineated" целиком и прояснил вопрос с авторством, за что ему большое спасибо.


Wellcome Library, London
Title-Page- portrait of John Collier (Timothy Bobbin)
By: Timothy Bobbin

-------------Картины по его гравюрам и рисункам-----------



Кузнец удаляет зуб.
Wellcome Library, London
A blacksmith extracting a tooth. Oil painting in the style of John Collier, known as "Tim Bobbin".
Size: canvas 85 x 106.3 cm.
Collection: Iconographic Collections


Кузнец удаляет зуб.
Wellcome Library, London
A blacksmith extracting a tooth. Oil painting in the manner of John Collier, known as "Tim Bobbin".


Wellcome Library, London
Extraction of a tooth. Oil painting in the manner of John Collier, known as "Tim Bobbin".


Wellcome Library, London
Caricature of a dentist extracting a tooth, the patient lying on the ground resisting the extraction, style of "Tim Bobbin" [artist's pseudonym]




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Wellcome Library, London
A man extracting a tooth from the mouth of another man by pulling a string attached to the tooth; after or in the style of Tim Bobbin (John Collier, 1708-1786)
Collection: Wellcome Images



Wellcome Library, London
A surgeon extracting a tooth. Oil painting after Gerrit Dou and Tim Bobbin.
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TIM BOBBIN George II PIN PRICK PICTURE
http://www.ernahiscockantiques.co.uk/view_product.php?product_id=998


==================="Human passions" ==============



Timothy Bobbin
1773 edition of Collier's 'Human passions delineated

---------------Мучения с зубами------------



Wellcome Library, London
Three grotesque old men with awful teeth grimacing and pointing at each other. Engraving by T. Sandars after J. Collier, 1773.
1773 By: John Collier after: Thomas Sandars


: Wellcome Library, London
Three grotesque old men with awful teeth pointing and grimacing at each other. Coloured stipple engraving by J. Collier, 1810.
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Wellcome Library, London
Human Passions delineated



Wellcome Library, London
Human passions delineated.
Wellcome Library, London
A sadistic tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Etching by J. Collier, 1773.


Wellcome Library, London
A sadistic tooth-drawer frightening his patient with a hot coal causing him to pull away violently and extract a tooth. Coloured etching by J. Collier after himself, 1810.
1810 By: John Collier
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Wellcome Library, London
A sadistic tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Etching by J. Collier, 1773.



Wellcome Library, London
A tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Coloured engraving by J. Collier, 1810, after himself, 1773.



Wellcome Library, London
A tooth-drawer using pincers to extract a tooth from an old woman, her husband agonizingly observes the situation. Pen drawing after J. Collier, 1773.


Wellcome Library, London
A tooth-drawer using pincers to extract a tooth from an old woman, her husband agonizingly observes the situation. Pen drawing after J. Collier, 1773.


Wellcome Library, London
A tooth-drawer using pincers to extract a tooth from an old woman, her husband agonizingly observes the situation. Pen drawing after J. Collier, 1773.
By: John Collier


-----------------One of a set of caricatures-----------

============Published by Edward Orme ================


---------------------Бытовые сценки------------



Wellcome Library, London
One man vomits into a bowl as his companion lifts his wig and steadies the bowl. Coloured etching by T. Sandars, 1773, after J. Collier.
1773 By: John Collier after: Thomas Sandars

Wellcome Library, London
One man vomits into a bowl as his companion lifts his wig and steadies the bowl. Etching by T. Sandars, 1773, after J. Collier.

- by the same artist and with the same imprint, though reissues, several being water-marked 1827.
4 June 1810
Hand-coloured etching


Delight.
Восторг.
Three countrywomen register delight at a full bowl which the eldest holds, while one drinks tipsily from a glass.
4 June 1810



Folly.
Глупость
A pretty country girl, embraced by a handsome young military officer, turns her back on an ugly countryman (left) who tries to draw her away from her dangerous admirer.
4 June 1810
в первом издании эта картинка называлась
Smart Captain Plume



Anger.
A virago (right), wearing a ragged apron, clutches by the hair a weeping man, who bends under the assault, holding up a (?) punch ladle.
4 June 1810
в первом издании эта картинка называлась- When Filthy Lucre Joins a Man and Wife.


Grief.Печаль.
Pleasure. Удовольствие.
An elderly citizen (right) leans over a table complacently counting gold coins, holding up a finger to enjoin silence on a countryman who appeals to him with an expression of despair. The latter's elderly wife, equally distressed, stands behind (left), a hand on her husband's shoulder.
4 June 1810


Weeping & joy.
. Two men sit side by side on ladder-back chairs; one (left) leans on his stick, weeping, the other clutches a frothing tankard, his pleasure heightened by his companion's grief.


Старость.
Old age with mutual content.
figures, all wearing plain, old-fashioned dress. A man and wife sit side by side on upright chairs. He (left) holds a tankard; she sleeps, holding a tobacco-pipe and small round box. Both register resigned melancholy.




Wellcome Library, London
One man sits soundly sleeping as his drunken companion offers him another drink. Etching by T. Sandars, 1773, after J. Collier.
1773 By: John Collier after: Thomas Sandars

Drunkeness
Пьянство
Two 'cits' have been drinking; one leans back in his chair asleep, his smoking tobacco-pipe and an overturned bottle of wine on the table beside him. The other, with his wig under his arm, leans forward shouting, to hold a glass of wine in front of his friend's face.
4 June 1810

Desire with hope-Желание
с надеждой
One elderly man clutches to his breast a frothing jug, grinning triumphantly at his companion, who rests his chin on his stick gazing at it covetously. Both are gap-toothed countrymen.
4 June 1810

Possession & envy.
One elderly man clutches to his breast a frothing jug, grinning triumphantly at his companion, who rests his chin on his stick gazing at it covetously. Both are gap-toothed countrymen.
4 June 1810


------------------------Карикатуры----------------


After John Collier
Published by Edward Orme
Date
1810
Frontispiece with dedication and design of an old and ragged man, probably a soldier, with wooden leg, arm crutch and stick, and coarse expression, begging by holding out a tattered hat; from Edward Orme's "The passions humorously delineated..." (based on John Collier [pseud.: Tim Bobbins]'s "Human Passions delineated", 1773). 1810


Wellcome Library, London
A one-legged beggar and former soldier approaches a Pluralist philosopher for alms. Etching with engraving by John Collier, 1770.
1770 By: John Collier


The Pluralist and Old Soldier
Description to follow. Broadside with thrity lines of verse in letterpress, in two columns, a dialogue between the soldier and the pluralist, below an etching with engraving. [Publish'd by M. Darly Engraver &c, in Cranbourn Alley Leicester Fields 1762].

The morning visit
a dialogue in verse engraved below the design between 'Lord' and 'Dean'. The 'lord , writing at a table, receives the visit of a dean, who bows, hat in hand, and proffers a money-bag, asking for a bishopric.

--------------------------------

: Wellcome Library, London
A man stands inside a barrel surrounded by a crowd of people some with bandages and some with books in their hands. Engraving by T. Sanders after Tim Bobbin (John Collier).
1775
http://catalogue.wellcome.ac.uk/record=b1190808



Ни из журнала [info]zooart @lj, ни с сайта картинки скопировать у меня не получилось- они копируются почему-то по маленьким фрагментам, поэтому даю только линки на все три поста:

Еще его карикатуры:
2.http://zooart.livejournal.com/214554.html#cutid1
3.http://zooart.livejournal.com/214787.html#cutid1
Здесь почти все у меня есть:
1.http://zooart.livejournal.com/214337.html#cutid1

Вкладыши для часов из поста про стоматологию в старину:


Вкладыши для часов.
Watchpaper; coloured print of dentist drawing tooth from patient.
Purchased through Christie's

Вкладыши для часов.
Watchpaper; coloured print of dentist drawing tooth from patient.
Purchased through Christie's

Еще по теме:
Стоматология-смешные и страшные картинки. 15-18 век. ТУТ

Старинная медицина-картинки. ТУТ

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[info]astroskop@lj
2010-03-29 09:19 (ссылка)
Ваши подборки служат великой цели: познавая историю, больше любишь настоящее время :-))

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[info]marinni@lj
2010-03-29 10:03 (ссылка)
:)) Да- я часто над этим задумываюсь!
Сейчас все-таки классно- особенно с приходом интернета. Об остальном само-собой разумеющемся можно и не говорить:)

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