Photo Credit: photo: R. Lee
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A Tavern Sceneca. 1590
406 x 279 mm (16 x 11 in.)
After Lucas van Leyden, Dutch (Netherlandish), (ca. 1494–1533)
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- taverns - Primarily 17th- to early 19th-century English and American places of eating, drinking, and public accommodations, which often became local centers of social gatherings; distinguished from "inns" which emphasize their overnight accommodations and also provide food and drinking facilities; for establishments that emphasize drinking, especially liquors, use "pubs" or "saloons." [April 1993 related terms added.]
- sheet Dimensions: 406 x 279 mm (16 x 11 in.)
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Anonymous, Lucas van Leyden, Dutch (Netherlandish), (ca. 1494–1533) . A Tavern Scene, ca. 1590. Engraving on laid paper. First of two states. sheet : 406 x 279 mm (16 x 11 in.). DAC accession number 2001.10.2. Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 2001. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: R. Lee) .
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