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Antoine Le Nain Les Jeunes Musiciens 1640

By one of the Le Nain brothers, (French artists, Antoine Le Nain Louis Le Nain and Mathieu Le Nain Children singing with the violin

1640s Nicholas van Helt (Dutch artist, 1614-1669) Portrait of two Children as Hunters In a Garden

Nicholas van Helt Stockade Portrait of two Children as Hunters In a Garden Netherlands (c. Oil on canvas, x cm Private Collection/Sotheby’s

Le Nain brothers 1598/1610 - 1648/1677

Echoes from Salem: Witchy Fashions of the 17th Century

Le Nain Brothers - 1642 Peasant Interior (National Gallery of Art, Washington D.

File:1600, French. - 087 - Costumes of All Nations (1882).JPG - Wikimedia Commons

French Date 20 October Source Costumes of All Nations Author by Albert Kretschmer, painters and costumer to the Royal Court Theatre, Berin, and Dr.

Le Nain brothers, (French artists, Antoine Le Nain (c.1599-1648), Louis Le Nain (c.1593-1648), and Mathieu Le Nain (1607-1677)Portrait in an interior

Le Nain brothers, (French artists, Antoine Le Nain Louis Le Nain and Mathieu Le Nain in an interior

Le Nain Brothers - The Academy or A Meeting of Amateurs [c.1640]

Le Nain Brothers - The Academy or A Meeting of Amateurs [Louvre Museum, Paris - Oil on canvas]

Drawings by Wenceslaus Hollar, circa 1640 English Women's Dress of the Century - Wenceslas Hollar Engravings

c. 1665 17th century  A back view of the petticoat breeches, ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. The full wide ruffles at the bottom of breeches were called canons.

A back view of the petticoat breeches, ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. The full wide ruffles at the bottom of breeches were called canons.

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