Elizabeth Vigée Le Brun - Caroline Murat  1807

Portrait of Caroline Murat with her daughter, Letizia, 1807 - Louise Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun

Jean-Etienne Liotard - Maria Adelaide, Reading, 1753 at Uffizi Gallery Florence Italy

"Ritratto di Maria Adelaide de Francia vestita alla turca (Portrait of Maria Adelaide of France in Turkish-style clothes), 1753 / Jean-Étienne Liotard / Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

Nicolaes Eliasz Pickenoy, Portrait of Catharina Hooft, 1636 (Gemäldegalerie, Berlin)

Jacques-Louis David - Madame Raymond de Verninac [1799]

Merveilleus dress revolved around simplicity and classicism. Simple, empire-waisted gowns of white cotton mimicked the transparency they believed should pervade government. Portrait of Madame Raymond de Verninac by Jacques-Louis David,

Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, Self-portrait with two pupils, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the two pupils are Marie-Gabrielle Capet and Carreaux de Rosemond. The pupils are Marie-Gabrielle Capet and Carreaux de Rosemond.

Nicolas Lancret La Camargo Dancing , c. 1730 The collections at the National Gallery in Washington DC are extra-strong in French art.

Nicolas Lancret La Camargo Dancing , c. 1730 The collections at the National Gallery in Washington DC are extra-strong in French art.

The Family of the Artist - Jacob Jordaens - 1621 - Oil on canvas x 1870 mm) Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.

SACK-BACK The later pleated iteration is nicknamed the Watteau back, after painter Antoine Watteau frequently portrayed women wearing them. Gersaint’s Shop Sign, Watteau, 1721

Pickenoy, Portrait of Cornelis de Graeff 1636 - Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

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