Bodice of a dress owned by Marie-Antoinette and sent to a member of her court living in England after her death, third quarter 18th century, fashion and textile museum in Norwich, England.

Bodice of a dress owned by Marie-Antoinette and sent to a member of her court living in England after her death, third quarter century, fashion and textile museum in Norwich, England.

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late 18th century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Eliza Parke Custis Law,...

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Nat note: could wear bodiced petti with.

Bodice of a robe à l'anglaise, c. 1785. Blue silk damask with a design of silver exotic flowers, green and pastel striped silk taffeta lining.

Bodice of a robe à l'anglaise, c. Blue silk damask with a design of silver exotic flowers, green and pastel striped silk taffeta lining.

Adelaide Labille-Guiard  Marie-Josephe-Felicite de La Rochefoucauld, Vicomtesse de Gand, 1787

The way the fichu is knotted / A Fashionable Noblewoman Wearing a Plumed Hat, by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, c. 1789 New Century Fund

Presumed to be Louise de Montmorency, princesse de Vaudemont-Lorraine (1763-1833), late 18th century by Nicolas Lavreince (!737-1807)

Niclas Lafrensen, A Lady traditionally called Princesse de Vaudémont-Lorraine, wearing pink satin dress with buckled bodice over white underdress and gauze fill-in, a black veil wrapped around her waist and over her head, she stands in an in

Martha Washington, 1795, Charles Wilson Peale (1741-1827)

Martha Washington Charles Willson Peale Oil on canvas, 1795 x cm x 23 in.

Sophie de Grouchy, Marquise de Condorcet (1764 - 1822).

Sophie de Grouchy, Marquise de Condorcet (1764 - 1822).

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So I finally completed the Big Cap of DOOOOM that I started in the Costume College class Janea and Angela taught this summer.

Portrait of a Lady 18th century...

I would love to do portraits like these of the actual actors to have in their spaces :)

FRANÇOIS DUMONT (FRENCH, 1751-1831)

François Dumont, Mesdames de Malachelles and Pâris d'Illins strolling in a wooded landscape with a cascade to the left and a river

Galerie - MOUCHET François Nicolas (1749-1814), MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A LADY AT HER WRITTING TABLE, DATED 1780

Galerie - MOUCHET François Nicolas (1749-1814), MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A LADY AT HER WRITTING TABLE, DATED 1780

a bodice alleged to have been worn by Marie Antoinette, of blue and cream striped silk satin, lined with silk taffeta. According to the accession file, the silk from the sleeves was cut out and given away as mementoes or relics to her admirers and followers after her death. It has also had a long life out on display and consequently has suffered from light damage across the front which is now very discolored and in places almost in shreds | The Nelson & Norfolk exhibition

Marie-Antoinette’s Bodice

Textile Conservator Deborah Phipps discusses the process of preparing Marie-Antoinette's bodice for display in 'Nelson & Norfolk'

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