The Return of Olivia by Charles Reuben Ryley 1786
March 19, 2013
March 19, 2013 · By Jon Townsend
This painting is depicting a scene from the play "The Vicar of Wakefield".
Detail: kitchen, walking stick, jar, barrel, basket, cast iron pot, chair, table, fireplace, bowl, window, door, vicar, clergy
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