Side view of white gown, 1812 Costume parisien

Side view of white gown, 1812 Costume parisien

1808, journal des dames. "Levantine" gown with muslin apron. ("tablier," apron, or what we might have called a pinafore).

"Levantine" gown with muslin apron. ("tablier," apron, or what we might have called a pinafore).

Plate 36: a mother plays with her two children in a park; their toys lie beside her. 1812    Legs of steel...  Hand-coloured etching

Plate a mother plays with her two children in a park; their toys lie beside her. 1812 Hand-coloured etching Alastair goes to fetch his nephew, who is in the park playing.

Le Mois, 1799-1800, No. 20, mogelijk Philibert-Louis Debucourt, 1799 - 1800

Le Mois, No. Philibert-Louis Debucourt (possibly), after Philibert-Louis Debucourt, 1799 - 1800 - Rijksmuseum

Evening dresses, 1801, Lady’s Monthly Museum

Evening dresses, Lady’s Monthly Museum -- love the sleeves on the lavender dress. The midriff slit, not so much!

The Book of Games, Or, A History of Juvenile Sports  1812

The Book of Games, Or, A History of Juvenile Sports 1812

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