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  • The Art of Thievery

    First in a series (assuming that I can find more examples) of depictions of thievery in art through the ages:




    http://historyproject.ucdavis.edu/kh...p?SlideNum=862

    House-Breakers

    Original aquatint etching by Thomas Rowlandson. Published by S.W. Forbes, London, 1791.
    Last edited by TeeJay; 15 Jan 2008, 03:18 PM. Reason: Update image and link

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    Originally posted by TeeJay
    First in a series (assuming that I can find more examples) of depictions of thievery in art through the ages:




    House-Breakers

    Original aquatint etching by Thomas Rowlandson. Published by S.W. Forbes, London, 1791.
    Hey, that's the guy from Grange, who got assigned to sewer patrol after fondling the bosses wife, heh.

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