Brakenburgh, Richard (1650 – 1702)
Details: Man, Woman, Child, Basket, Cradle, birdcage, bed warmer, barrel, table, chair, stool, pitcher, bowl, hearth, painting, cross, glass, cast iron pot, lantern, bed, curtain, leaded windows, pipe, brazier, stockings, short gown, hats, caps, apron, petticoats, fichu, mantua, breaches, waistcoat, foot warmer
Detail: medicine, flower pot, aloe, poppy pod, mortar and pestle, ewer, glass bottle, medicine jar, book, wood band box, scales, spoon, cravat, cuttle fish bone, brass pot, fur cap, gourd bottle, shelves, harts horn, barrel , box, saw fish, tablecloth
I am a bit intrigued by the glass bottle on the barrel head, it seems small for liquor and a bit big for medicine. The context would seem to imply drink. Ideas?
Detail: playing cards, chair, barrel, table, glass tumbler, jug, glass bottle, smoking pipe, child,window shutter