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ca. 1787-1791 Mrs. Bryan Cooke (Frances Puleston, 1765-1818), George Romney (Metropolitan Múzeum - New York, New York USA) | Grand Női | gogm

ca. 1787-1791 Mrs. Bryan Cooke (Frances Puleston, 1765-1818), George Romney (Metropolitan Múzeum - New York, New York USA) | Grand Női | gogm

Belle-soeur de Madame Vigée Le Brun, by Adèle de Romance Romany, end of 18th century

Belle-soeur de Madame Vigée Le Brun, by Adèle de Romance Romany, end of 18th century

Madame Charles Simon Favart (Marie Justine Benoîte Duronceray, 1727–1772), 1757 François-Hubert Drouais (French, 1727–1775)  In 1745, Mademoiselle Duronceray, a much admired singer, dancer, and comedienne, married Charles Simon Favart (1710–1792) , the father of French comic opera. Among her best known roles was that of the peasant Lurine in The Loves of Bastien and Bastienne, 1753, in which she inspired a revolution in theatrical costume by wearing authentic peasant dress.

Madame Charles Simon Favart (Marie Justine Benoîte Duronceray, 1727–1772), 1757 François-Hubert Drouais (French, 1727–1775) In 1745, Mademoiselle Duronceray, a much admired singer, dancer, and comedienne, married Charles Simon Favart (1710–1792) , the father of French comic opera. Among her best known roles was that of the peasant Lurine in The Loves of Bastien and Bastienne, 1753, in which she inspired a revolution in theatrical costume by wearing authentic peasant dress.

date? - Lady Mary Feilding, niece of the Duke of Buckingham, 9-year old bride of the young James Hamilton, Earl of Arran, later the 1st Duke of Hamilton.

date? - Lady Mary Feilding, niece of the Duke of Buckingham, 9-year old bride of the young James Hamilton, Earl of Arran, later the 1st Duke of Hamilton.

Polonaise Gown, c. 1780 Polonaise gown, hand-painted and hand-sewn reproduction of an extant ensemble at the Metropolitan Museum of Art . Silk calash, hand-sewn reproduction of an extant item in the collection of Pottsgrove Manor. Left, reproduction gown with calash, right, original gown back view. Exotic goods from the East were always highly desirable in fashionable European society, whether home furnishings of rare woods, ladies’ ivory fans, or textiles for expensive garments.

Polonaise Gown, c. 1780 Polonaise gown, hand-painted and hand-sewn reproduction of an extant ensemble at the Metropolitan Museum of Art . Silk calash, hand-sewn reproduction of an extant item in the collection of Pottsgrove Manor. Left, reproduction gown with calash, right, original gown back view. Exotic goods from the East were always highly desirable in fashionable European society, whether home furnishings of rare woods, ladies’ ivory fans, or textiles for expensive garments.

Elizabeth Beresford (1762-1833) by John Hoppner, c 1790

John Hoppner portrait of Elizabeth Beresford

Elizabeth Beresford (1762-1833) by John Hoppner, c 1790

Robe à l’Anglaise  1784-1787  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe à l’Anglaise 1784-1787 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

George Romney  Mrs. Alexander Blair, 1787-1789

George Romney Mrs. Alexander Blair, 1787-1789

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Anne Rodbard, Mrs Blackburne, ca. 1787.   Source: Philip Mould.

Anne Rodbard, Mrs Blackburne, ca. 1787. Source: Philip Mould.

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