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Diary of a Mantua Maker: Twelve Months 1781 - this isn't an English gown, but it is bright yellow - good inspiration for accessorizing mine

1781 The Twelve Months print Carington Bowles (Published by) Robert Dighton (After) Richard Earlom (Print made by) London

The 1912 gown is on hold until the chiffon swatches arrive (the first set didn't work) and the La Mode Illustrée pattern comes from France. ...

¤ January 1781 (circa) A young woman in fashionable dress shown full-length, sitting to right in a chair upholstered with striped material, reading a paper; one of a set of the Twelve Months; after date erased. Hand-coloured mezzotint with some etching

1779 Etching "My Wife and Your Wife."  Domestic interior with two women standing idly engaged in conversation while sharing a drink; young boy with hoop trying to call their attention at l, young girl drinking from her mother's jar at r; on the wall behind, ballads on gossip and on the evils of gin; with text below.

British Domestic interior with two women standing idly engaged in…

The fashionable shoe-maker trying on an Italian slipper, 1784. British Museum 1935,0522.1.185

Панье- TROY, Jean-François de Portrait of Louis XV of France and Maria Anna Victoria of LOO, Carle van Portrait of Marie Leszczynska, Queen of France c. 1748 NATTIER, Jean-Marc-Portrait of Madame Maria Zeffirina 1751 Здесь многие…

1784 -A young woman in rustic dress standing in a field with a cockerel in a cage near her feet, courted by a youth who leans over the fence behind to right, offering her a posy. Hand-coloured mezzotint

"Love in a Village" 1784 hand-coloured mezzotint, British. "A young woman in rustic dress standing in a field with a cockerel in a cage near her feet, courted by a youth who leans over the fence behind to right, offering her a posy.

Diary of a Mantua Maker: Twelve Months 1781

It's About Time: 1781 September - All About the Wine - 1781 September - The Twelve Months print Carington Bowles (Published by) Robert Dighton (After) Richard Earlom (Print made by) London. Gathering the grapes.

For the cap, fichu and jacket.  Looks like this is showing a merchant selling ribbons?  Trying to find the original source of this painting by Pehr Hilleström (18 November 1732 – 13 August 1816), Sweden.

For the cap, fichu and jacket. Looks like this is showing a merchant selling ribbons? Trying to find the original source of this painting by Pehr Hilleström November 1732 – 13 August Sweden.

A fashionably-dressed young woman shown three-quarters length standing on terrace in profile to right, arranging a trailing plant around the plinth of an urn and glancing towards the viewer; with a basket of flowers on the plinth; a bird visiting its nest in a tree behind to left; after Pyle; reworked state.  Hand-coloured mezzotint with some etching

A fashionably-dressed young woman shown three-quarters length standing on…

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