"Pedlar", Published by R. Ackermann, British, 1820's.
"Zuckerbecker in der Feyerstunde" Blatt 33 aus der Folge "Kleidertracht in Hamburg" (1801-1806)
"Fishwoman and Dustman", published by R. Ackermann, British, 1824.
"Woman Churning Butter", by William Henry Pyne, published by Williams Miller, British, 1808.
French, 1822. British Museum nr. 1948,0217.45
That head covering! Boilly also documents tall turbany kerchief coverings on working women in his paintings.
French, 1822. British Museum, nr. 1948,0217.43
Study of a young woman and a boy; whole-length standing to left, the woman wearing a russet-coloured apron over a print dress, a cap on her head, her hands resting on the shoulders of a young boy in jacket, striped waistcoat, and breeches James Ward
Working_Empire_Dress.png *The top right length would be good for kitchen, maybe even a touch shorter for safety