18th century: Pink

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1765ca. Queen Charlotte with her two children by Allan Ramsay (Royal Collection) Mixed Race Queen!~

1765ca. Queen Charlotte with her two children by Allan Ramsay (Royal Collection) Mixed Race Queen!~

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel (1871-1946) - The chess play

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel (1871-1946) - The chess play

French robe c. 1770

French robe c. 1770

Queen Marie-Antoinette of France (1755-1793), in pink robe à l’anglaise with gathered French lace collar, a garland of pink roses adorning her powdered coiffure.

Queen Marie-Antoinette of France (1755-1793), in pink robe à l’anglaise with gathered French lace collar, a garland of pink roses adorning her powdered coiffure.

1787. Court dress, Versailles.

1787. Court dress, Versailles.

Young girl picking roses by François Hubert Drouais, 1770. This portrait was purchased by Madame du Barry for the Water Pavilion at Louveciennes. [source: Sotheby’s]

Young girl picking roses by François Hubert Drouais, 1770. This portrait was purchased by Madame du Barry for the Water Pavilion at Louveciennes. [source: Sotheby’s]

Pink silk polonaise, Duran Textiles

Pink silk polonaise, Duran Textiles

Court dress, 1787, Les Arts Decoratifs

Court dress, 1787, Les Arts Decoratifs

"Miss Frances Lee" by Francis Cotes (1769) at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin - From the curators' comments: " Cotes’s likenesses of children are among his most successful works, since they have an unaffected immediacy lacking in the more formal, decoratively detailed society portraits."

"Miss Frances Lee" by Francis Cotes (1769) at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin - From the curators' comments: " Cotes’s likenesses of children are among his most successful works, since they have an unaffected immediacy lacking in the more formal, decoratively detailed society portraits."

Robe a la francaise, 1760-70  From the Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Robe a la francaise, 1760-70 From the Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

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