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Lady Grant, Wife of Sir James Grant, Bt., 1770-80 by Zoffany, Johann (1733-1810)

Lady Grant, Wife of Sir James Grant by Henry Walton, Yale Center for British Art, 1775

George Romney  Lady Hamilton as Ambassadress, 1791

1791 Lady Emma Hamilton as Ambassadress by George Romney (Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin - Austin, Texas)

1750s - Maria Anna Sophie Sabina Angela Franziska Xaveria of Saxony (1728-1797) by ?

Maria Anna Sophie Sabina Angela Franziska Xaveria of Saxony by ? (location unknown to gogm)

1788 Michel Garnier - The young musician

“ La jeune musicienne Michel Garnier (French, Oil on canvas. Wearing a capeline featuring a high white feather and a pink silk dress cinched at the waist with a striped ribbon, a graceful young woman flips the pages of.

Detail of Marie Antoinette Hunting by Louis Auguste Brun. At the time the Queen's riding was a passion as was her adoption of the riding habit as a fashion. The style was deemed scandalous especially with her continuing inability to conceive an heir for the throne of France.

Detail: Louis-Auguste Brun, Marie-Antoinette hunting, Oil on canvas,

Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, Lady Francis Scott and Lady Elliot, ca. 1770, Watercolor and graphite on medium, cream, moderately textured laid paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Lady Francis Scott and Lady Elliot, (W/C over Graphite on Laid Paper) by Paul Sandby

Madame de Pompadour (Allegory of a Femme Savant), 1745 by Charles Nicolas Cochin II (1715-1790) after Charles Joseph Natoire

Madame de Pompadour (Allegory of a Femme Savant), 1745 by Charles Nicolas Cochin II after Charles Joseph Natoire

A young lady, facing right in riding habit, red-bordered blue coat with white lapels, gold and white striped waistcoat and frilled cravat, white scarf and tall black hat in her long powdered curled hair

MANNER OF HEINSIUS A young lady, facing right in riding habit, red-bordered blue coat with white lapels, gold and white striped waistcoat and frilled cravat, white scarf and tall black hat in her long powdered curled hair

Reading Treasure: Gisela Röder's History of Fashion  1790s France - Incroyables and Merveilleuses

vivelareine: “ “Incroyables/Merveilleuses fashion” postcard with art by Gisela Röder. source: my scan/collection ”

HISTORICAL WHITE & PRINTED DRESSES

Alexandra, Princess of Wales wife of Edward VII by Richard Lauchert. (Alexandra in her youth and looking radiantly beautiful)

Jane Duchess of Gordon in green riding dress by Daniel Gardner around 1775.jpg

1775 Jane Duchess of Gordon in green riding dress by Daniel Gardner (auctioned by Bonhams)

Наряд для королевы / королева осени наряды

Наряд для королевы / королева осени наряды

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