The lively company; domestic interior with figures drinking including a lascivious man and two women, one of the women leaning back on the man's lap, while he holds the hand of the other who is dancing, a stained glass window to left and beyond a screen to right an old woman by a cupboard Brush drawing in brown wash, over graphite

An00208843 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
drawing
School
Dutch
Subject
eroticism/sex, interior, drunkenness, domestic building, allegory/personification
Techniques
drawn

Place

In Gallery
Dutch Roy XVIIc

Time

Acquired In
1836
Made
1675-1704

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