Welcome to Andy Jewell's Vintage Satire Bibliography
Last updated 21 Dec 1998. 15 entries in this category out of 1340 entries total.

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An Opera GoerThe Lorgnette: Or Studies Of The Town1850ERN.Y.
Anon.Les Mémoires Du Bal Mabille1864FRParis
Aunt MavorThe Fancy Dress Ball1880cERLondon
ChamAu Bal De L'Opera1850cFRParis
CharmMadame De Pompernicle1845cFRParis
Fawcett, F. W.The Buntling Ball, Being A Satire On New York Society1885ERN.Y.
Kingsbury, W. H.A cotilion [!] [By] W. H. Kingsbury1788EL#108 London, S. W. Fores, 1788. A continuous strip mounted on linen (26 1/2 x 208 cm) folded, accordion fashion, to form 10 leaves. This is a charming example of late-eighteenth-century caricature. Although the specific personalities and dances cannot be pinpointed, this collection of ten couples, dressed in ball dress and displaying exaggerated dance poses, is an excellent sample of an art form that flourished in England during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. 28 x 23 cm.;LOC: GV1757.K5
Narrey, CharlesCe Que L'On Dit Pendant Une Contradanse1860cFRParis
PolkariusAlmanach Manuel de la Danse Par Polkarius precede d'une histoire anecdatique, theorique et comiqui de la danse ancienne et moderne1860FTjprParis, DeLarue, Libraire-Editeur; rue des grands-augustins, 3
Saunders & Otley, publ.Almack's, A Novel1826ERLondon
Smith, AlbertSketches Of The Day: Evening Parties1848cERLondon
Stedman, Edmund C.The Prince's Ball1860ERN.Y.
Thackeray, Wm. M.Mrs. Perkins's Ball1847ErLondon
Vernier, Charles, illus.La Polkamanie1844cFRParis
illus, Charles Vernier,La Rigolbochomanie1858cFrParis