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1765, Don't normally love this style of dress. But this is beautiful.

1764 Marianne Camasse, Countess of Forbach, morganatic wife of Christian IV by Johann Christian Mannlich (private collection)


Robe à l'Anglaise Or Robe à la français

Robe à la Française Date: 1760–70 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Accession Number: 2009.300.903a, b

The Laundress 1761 Jen baptiste Greuze - Getty Museum Note the seam placement, loose sleeves full skirts and double ruffle cuffs. Wonder what the front looks like

France 1765--An open gown is simple - it’s a gown that has a separate petticoat (in 18th century parlance, a skirt) and is open in the front. What we traditionally associate with the 18th century. Fabric for petticoats can vary - either a contrasting or matching fabric. from the Kyoto Costume Institute

holy crap this print is amazing! It's dated as 1790, but the flowers are so large! This would date it at the mid-eighteenth century. hmmmm.

Portrait of an Unknown Gentleman (previously called 'David Garrick') by Jean-Baptiste van Loo (attributed to) Theatre Royal, Bath, c.1740 |BBC - Your Paintings -

Side view, robe à la francaise, 1750-1760. Green silk lampas with white floral motifs and leafs.