Girl with Black Ribboned hat - Albert Lynch
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1862 Duchesse Anne de Mouchy (1841-1924), née Princesse Murat by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (private collection) | Grand Ladies
Winterhalter liked to portray his women sitters wrapped in diaphanous material that, in this case, obscures the neckline and sleeves. Coiffures were still straight at this time, but Anna wears a curly coiffure with sausage curls.
Why This Catholic Girl Doesn’t Wear Pants
These are a few things that I've been asked concerning my wearing of skirts : Is it because of such-and-such Catholic group that you belong to? No. I (no longer) belong to any group that promotes the idea that pants on women are an intrinsic evil. Do you have something against pants? Nope. Are you…
Charles Edward Perugini 'A Backward Glance' c.1870
HI RES Charles Edward Perugini [Italian-born English painter of the Victorian era, 1839 – 1918] Son-in-law to Charles Dickens. Biography: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Edward_Perugini 17 x 13 14'' oil on canvas
Emperor Frederick III of Germany, King of Prussia with his wife, Empress Victoria, and their children, Prince William and Princess Charlotte - nobilified
Emperor Frederick III of Germany, King of Prussia with his wife, Empress Victoria, and their children, Prince William and Princess Charlotte
Was green fashionable in the 18th century?
As we haven't written any fashion related posts for a while we thought it might be interesting to look at both clothing and paintings showing the vast array of colours worn in Georgian fashion, but, as our regular readers will be aware we got side-tracked when we realised that there were relatively few outfits and…
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The Praise and Prejudices Vigée Le Brun Faced in Her Exceptional 18th-Century Career
The daughter of a pastelist and a hairdresser, Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1755–1842) painted and befriended Marie Antoinette, escaped the horrors of the French Revolution, and forged a career as one of the 18th-century’s greatest portraitists.