18th century: Brown

Fashionable brown 18th century gowns.
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[French woman, 1780s.]

[French woman, 1780s.]

Portrait of a lady, French School, late 18th Century

Portrait of a lady, French School, late 18th Century

Inspiration

Inspiration

1789 Madame d'Aguesseau de Fresnes

1789 Madame d'Aguesseau de Fresnes

Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller - Queen Marie Antoinette of France and two of her Children Walking in The Park of Trianon, 1785 - Google Art Project - Marie Antoinette - Wikimedia Commons

Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller - Queen Marie Antoinette of France and two of her Children Walking in The Park of Trianon, 1785 - Google Art Project - Marie Antoinette - Wikimedia Commons

ALEXANDER ROSLIN 1718 Malmö - 1793 Paris (attr.) Portrait ei

ALEXANDER ROSLIN 1718 Malmö - 1793 Paris (attr.) Portrait ei

Portrait of a lady, 4th quarter 18th C by Louis-Rolland Trinquesse (1746-1800)

Portrait of a lady, 4th quarter 18th C by Louis-Rolland Trinquesse (1746-1800)

1738-1742 Unknown British artist - Lady Carlingford

1738-1742 Unknown British artist - Lady Carlingford

Open Gown and Petticoat, c.1770-80, Glazed cotton, block printed, bodice lined with linen. The hand block printed cotton was known as ‘dark ground chintz’. The bodice fastens with pins and the skirt is arranged à la Polonaise by means of a series of tied tapes inside. Worn with quilted satin petticoat and a fine linen handkerchief.

Open Gown and Petticoat, c.1770-80, Glazed cotton, block printed, bodice lined with linen. The hand block printed cotton was known as ‘dark ground chintz’. The bodice fastens with pins and the skirt is arranged à la Polonaise by means of a series of tied tapes inside. Worn with quilted satin petticoat and a fine linen handkerchief.

attributed to Elisabeth Lemoine, presumed portrait of Mademoiselle Duthé

attributed to Elisabeth Lemoine, presumed portrait of Mademoiselle Duthé

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