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"''Now,' said Henchard between gasps, 'Your life is in my hands." by Robert Barnes

Study of an Elegant Lady and her Maid, Louis-Leopold Boilly c. 1791

Study of an Elegant Lady and her Maid Louis-Leopold Boilly 1761 Oil on paper laid down on panel

La Lettre, Nicolas Lawreince le Jeune, 1775-85, Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

All things Marie-Antoinette!

Lemon Tree by *haania

ollebosse: “ Lemon Tree by haania ”

Comtesse de la Châtre (Marie Charlotte Louise Perrette Aglaé Bontemps, 1762–1848) Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun  (French, Paris 1755–1842 Paris) Date: 1789 Medium: Oil on canvas Accession Number: 54.182

Comtesse de la Châtre by Louise Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun (French, 1755 -

1888 dress

1888 dress

18th century's fashion

18th century's fashion

Matilda Caroline Cruger c. 1795 American 18th Century

"Matilda Caroline Cruger", c. by Gilbert Stuart (American, Andrew W.

Sack-back gown, Britain, 1760. Museum no. T.77-1959  V London

Wish I'd had this to reference when we were singing "Lucy Locket lost her pocket" in first grade.

Занялся тут адской задачей, которая неожиданно захватила: Решил собрать и рассортировать по годам картинки из модных журналов. Начал с 1774 года, и где-то до 1850. Спохватился, когда количество зашкалило за 500, но дело пока не бросаю. Вот первые выводы, которые наверняка еще будут уточняться.…

Занялся тут адской задачей, которая неожиданно захватила: Решил собрать и рассортировать по годам картинки из модных журналов. Начал с 1774 года, и где-то до 1850. Спохватился, когда количество зашкалило за 500, но дело пока не бросаю. Вот первые выводы, которые наверняка еще будут уточняться.…

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1797 — Princess Galitzin by Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun

Princess Anna Alexandrovna Galitzin by Louise-Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun----Regency style.

Addicted to Eddie: Tess of the D'Urbervilles - filmography part 4

Tess of the D'Urbervilles - Publicity still of Gemma Arterton & Eddie Redmayne. The image measures 1800 * 1167 pixels and was added on 10 March

1788 Portrait of Marie-Therese, Princesse de Lamballe. Note the fashionable curled & powdered hair.

This closeup from the 1788 Hickel portrait shows the lace ruffles decorating the Princess de Lamballe's dress, the waist band, and waistline.

Chemise gown from the late 1780's with tight sleeves with buttons at the cuff, a triple row of drawstrings across the torso, and a ruffle at the hem.

chemise gown - is this real? Extant chemise gowns are few and far between.

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