Paris visiting dress, 1839
18 of 19 portraits matching these criteria:
- subject matching 'Fashion Plates: Neckwear - Falling tuckers'
Paris visiting dress, 1839
published in Le Bon Ton, Journal des Modes, republished in Blackwood's Lady's Magazine and Gazette of the Fashionable World
hand-coloured etching and line engraving, published March 1839
9 3/4 in. x 6 1/4 in. (249 mm x 159 mm) paper size
acquired unknown source, 1930
Artistsback to top
- Blackwood's Lady's Magazine and Gazette of the Fashionable World (1836-1860), Magazine. Artist associated with 3 portraits.
- Le Bon Ton, Journal des Modes (1834-1874), French fashion magazine. Artist associated with 3 portraits.
This portraitback to top
Described in the magazine:
Chapeau de velours épinglé de Mme. Dasse, 38 de Richelieu. Robes façons de Mme. Lejeune rue St. Honoré, 353, bis, Gants de Boivin jeune, Rue de Castiglione. (Hat of velours épinglé. Dresses made by Mme. Lejeune. Gloves by Boivin junior).
Subjects & Themesback to top
- Chairs and thrones
- Double portraits
- Fashion Plates: Activities and occasions - Visiting dress
- Fashion Plates: Dresses - Demi-redingotes
- Fashion Plates: Fabrics - Velours épinglé
- Fashion Plates: Footwear - Gaiters
- Fashion Plates: Headwear - Bavolets; curtains
- Fashion Plates: Headwear - Fabric bonnets
- Fashion Plates: Influences - French fashions
- Fashion Plates: Neckwear - Falling tuckers
- Fashion Plates: Sleeves and cuffs - Bishop sleeves; sleeves à l'evèque
- Flowers and plants
- From behind
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