1776 Marie-Rose Savalette de Lange de Sanlot by Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Lebrun (location unknown to gogm)   Marquise de Savalette    Previous  Next  List  The batguano site has this biographic sketch, "Marie-Rose Savalette de Lange, wife of Etienne Rene Agnan Sanlot, fermier general (tax collector). They lived in Paris and chateau du Plessis near Blois."

1776 Marie-Rose Savalette de Lange de Sanlot by Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Lebrun…

Portrait of a Woman in a Blue Dress, 1783, André Pujos

Portrait of a Woman in a Blue Dress, 1783 André Pujos (French, watercolor on ivory in a later gilt metal and enamel frame

A reproduction of a gown worn by Madame Elisabeth in the portrait of her playing the harp by Charles Leclercq. It is on display at her country house in Montreuil, as part of the exhibition dedicated to her life.

A reproduction of a gown worn by Madame Elisabeth in the portrait of her playing the harp by Charles Leclercq. It is on display at her country house in Montreuil, as part of the exhibition dedicated to her life.

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Marie Claudine Sylvie de Thiard de Bissy, Duchesse de Fitz-James (sister in law to Princesse de Chimay,) was a lady in waiting to Marie Antoinette

LAPL, 1780

tiny-librarian: Fashion plate from 1780 with examples of pre-Revolution style. The women wear powdered wigs, dresses with narrow waists and large hoop skirts.

A reproduction of a gown worn by Madame Elisabeth in the portrait of her playing the harp by Charles Leclercq. It is on display at her country house in Montreuil, as part of the exhibition dedicated to her life.

A reproduction of a gown worn by Madame Elisabeth in the portrait of her playing the harp by Charles Leclercq. It is on display at her country house in Montreuil, as part of the exhibition dedicated to her life.

The Lady in front wears a polonaise and bicorne hat over large curls; the other wears a décolleté robe à l'Anglaise. Both wear un-powdered hair and floral hat decorations.

Second Robe à la Polonaise - planning stage

Icy blue silk taffeta

Our lovely Ice Blue silk taffeta is FINALLY back in stock! Great for many projects and eras (especially century).

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