18th Century Venice: the Chimneysweep and the Dustman

More of Zompini’s engravings, the Spazo camin (chimneysweep) above, and below the Scoazer (Dustman/garbage collector. For me, they have that evoke that rather sinister sense of foreboding you experience when looking at certain tarot cards!

5 thoughts on “18th Century Venice: the Chimneysweep and the Dustman

  1. I am so glad you gave me a follow, and I found your excellent blog!
    Can you make it possible to reblog your posts? I have some Venice tragics who would love those posts.
    Good luck in the wonderful world of blogdom.

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