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Dadd Motley's the only wear 1890

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De nar en de jonge vrouw, Lucas van Leyden, 1520 Old rich man ask to young woman Do you love me? she says. Ohh yes I love your disgusting face and body, not your money.

De nar en de jonge vrouw, Lucas van Leyden, 1520 Old rich man ask to young woman Do you love me? Ohh yes I love your disgusting face and body, not your money.

Oude nar met kat, Alexander Voet (II), 1662 - 1693,  gravure, h 436mm × b 330mm.   Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Oude nar met kat, Alexander Voet (II), after Jacob Jordaens (I), 1662 - 1693 - Rijksmuseum

Три вида масок- баутта, моретта и полумаска Арлекина. Nicolo Cavalli After Francesco Maggiotto 1760-1800 Three half-length figures from a Venetian carnival

Nicolo Cavalli, After Francesco Maggiotto, “Three half-length figures from a Venetian carnival”,

engraved c.1650 by Anthonie de Later, published by Iohannes de Ram, Amsterdam. fool with miniature fool erupting from his sleeve. "de zot uit de mouw laten kijken" [to let the fool peep out of one's sleeve] was a 16C Dutch idiom meaning, 'to behave like a fool'

engraved by Anthonie de Later, published by Iohannes de Ram, Amsterdam. fool with miniature fool erupting from his sleeve. "de zot uit de mouw laten kijken" [to let the fool peep out of one's sleeve] was a Dutch idiom meaning, 'to behave like a fool'

Drie dansende mannen, Jacob de Gheyn (II), 1595 - 1596

Drie dansende mannen, Jacob de Gheyn (II), 1595 - 1596

Nar met narrenkap op de rug, Jacob de Gheyn (II), 1596

Nar met narrenkap op de rug, Jacob de Gheyn (II), 1596

The Fool. 021-Proverbii verificati per l'esperienza cotidiana…1718--Giuseppe Maria Mitelli

Illustrations from a seventeenth-century Italian book of proverbs made by the engraver and painter Giuseppe Maria Mitelli

1596 (circa) A fool, three-quarter length, in profile to left; cut oval fragment Engraving

engraving by Jacob de Gheyn II -