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A woman shown half-length in profile to right, yawning broadly, her hands in her lap, wearing a white bonnet and scarf crossed over her breast; after Ostade. Mezzotint British Museum

A woman shown half-length in profile to right, yawning broadly, her hands in her lap, wearing a white bonnet and scarf crossed over her breast; after Ostade. Hand-coloured mezzotint

Unknown young woman, Francis Cotes, mid 18th century. A good example of a pastel from the 18th century, when pastel painting was at its most fashionable. This portrait dates from around 1755-1764. V

This painting is attributed to Winthrop Chandler New England Woman c 1775. The Fenimore Art Museum in New York states. Since Chandler did not sign any of his known works, all attributions are based on documentary evidence that relates the artist to the painting through family tradition or stylistic similarities.

Portrait of a Woman Size: 61 x 50.8 cm. Artist / Maker: Painter - Unknown Object Type: oil on canvas Century: 18th century Materials: Oil, Canvas Museum Accession Number: O.153

1750. Detail of "Portrait of Mrs. John Faber" by Thomas Hudson. Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- England. 18th century English costume. This cap has ruffles under the chin: is it simply the lappets worn a different way?

1783. Detail of "A kitchen maid" by Hugues Taraval. White cap with lappets pinned or tied up. Red fichu with stripes. Ivory pinner apron.

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