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See more on: http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/D/Duparc/Duparc.htm   Francoise Duparc (1726-1778)

See more on: http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/D/Duparc/Duparc.htm Francoise Duparc (1726-1778)

Image gallery: Domestick Employment / Washing. A young woman shown three-quarters length to left, wearing a frilled cap, gown with a patterned fichu and apron, washing linen in a bucket of water; after Mercier; republished state. Hand-coloured mezzotint. 1750s - 1775

Recto A young woman shown three-quarters length to left, wearing a frilled cap, gown with a patterned fichu and apron, washing linen in a bucket of water; after Mercier; Hand-coloured mezzotint © The Trustees of the British Museum

Selling cherries near the gates of St. James's Palace

Cherry seller outside St. She pushes the typical wheelbarrow lined with white linen. Cheeries are always sold by the pound so she carries a scale. She also wears a very nice black silk bonnet.

Proof that ladies in any period rolled their eyes | 1775 | A young woman, sitting in an armchair in front of a dressing table and holding a letter, is looking at her mother, who leans on the armchair's back; with coat of arms and various attributes in lower margin. | Pierre-Alexandre Wille

La mère indulgente, A young woman, sitting in an armchair in front of a dressing table and holding a letter, is looking at her mother, who leans on the armchair's back; with coat of arms and various attributes in lower margin.