Kunstbibliothek Modebild – Lipperheidesche Kostümbibliothek [14134358]

Gallery of Fashion, Fig. 276, 277: Morning Dresses (Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Anna Russ (CC BY-NC-SA)


„Fig. 276. Fig. 277.
Pub. as the Act dir.ts Oct.r 1. 1800, by N. Heideloff, at his Office No. 7 John Str. Oxford Road."
Modedruck aus der Londoner Zeitschrift Gallery of Fashion. 1. Oktober 1800.
Morning Dresses.
The hair lightly frized. Bonnet of light blue sarcenet, trimmed with
broad lace and poppy-coloured riband. Round gown of white muslin
crossed in the front, and trimmed with lace. Short close sleeves, with a
small trimming of lace. Veil of clear gauze. Gold ear-rings and neck
lace. Light blue gloves and shoes.
The hair lightly frized in the front and turned up behind. White and
black striped chip hat, crossed and tied under the chin with a coquelicot
riband; bouquet of coquelicot in the front. Round gown of white muslin;
short full sleeves, tied in the middle with a coquelicot riband. Half jacket
of black gauze, trimmed with broad black lace. Coquelicot and white
striped shoes. Yellow gloves.


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Blattmaß: 30,5 x 23,9 cm

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: William Bulmer (1757-1830)
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