April 12, 2012 · By Jon Townsend
Aert Schouman 1710 - 1792
I find it interesting that the shoemaker has no hat, maybe it is just out of site.
Detail: shoemaker, calipers, dog, cello, chair, coat, shoes, ladies' garments, cloth cap, window, mirror, violin, book case, musket, pitcher, pipe, plate, foot warmer
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