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VESTIDO AMARILLO 1735 FRONTAL

Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear. The beautifully patterned Spitalfields silk indicates a.

Jacket    Place of origin:  United Kingdom (made)    Date:  1720-1730 (made)    Artist/Maker:  Unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Silk with an extra weft pattern, lined with linen, faced with silk, hand-sewn    Credit Line:  Given by Miss D. Gibbon    Museum number:  T.264-1958    Gallery location:  In Storage

Jacket

This silk jacket and quilted petticoat illustrate the type of informal ensemble worn by women early in the day in the privacy of home.

ROBE 1735

Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear.

VESTIDO AMARILLO 1735 DETALLE TRASERA

Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear.

~Dress, ca. 1735 British Heavy silk with lace pattern design woven in beige and rust on a dark brown satin ground | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art~

Dress Date: ca. 1725 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 55 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1964 Accession Number:

Rococo Period Dress - Gown and petticoat - United Kingdom (made)  Date: ca. 1745 (woven)   1750-1760 (made)   1760-1770 (altered)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques:  Silk damask, lined with linen, hand-sewn.    Victoria and Albert Museum

Gown

Rococo Period Dress - Gown and petticoat - United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1745 (woven) (made) (altered) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk damask, lined with linen, hand-sewn. Victoria and Albert Museum

Robe à la française, England, ca. 1760-1765

Sack back gown ca. 1760 Sack back gown Place of origin: Great Britain, united kingdom Materials and Techniques: Silk, trimmed with silk cord, braid and ribbon, lined with linen

A Huguenot spun silk dress 1700s London

Robe and petticoat Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Spitalfields, England (woven) Date: (made) (woven)

1765-1770, Italy - Silk Robe à la Française

Dress (Robe la Franaise) Date: 176570 Culture: Italian Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 61 in. cm) Total Length (b): 41 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mary Tavener Holmes, 1983 Accession Number: b This artwork is not on display

Dress (image 3) | French | 1750 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.43.90.51a, b

1750 Culture: French Medium: silk Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1943 *change the colour and I would love it *

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