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American Duchess: 1740s Riding Habit  (PUBLIC DOMAIN)

American Duchess: Century Riding Habit Waistcoats for Women Robert Harvie, portrait of a lady in a blue coat and skirt, c.

Portrait of a lady in a black redingote by Louis Gauffier,c. end of 18th c.

Portrait of a lady in a black redingote (c. end of c.) by Louis Gauffier French (jeannepompadour)

Louise-Élisabeth of France,Duchess of  Parma by Jean-Marc Nattier,1760

Louise Elisabeth De France Duchess of Parma by Jean Marc Nattier

ca. 1758 Maria Antonia of Fürstenberg, daughter of Josef Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Hechingen by Franz Josef Weiss

1758 Maria Antonia of Fürstenberg, daughter of Josef Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Hechingen by Franz Josef Weiss (location unknown to gogm)

Anne Stucley (1710–1731), Mrs. Francis Luttrell of Venn (?) attributed to Enoch Seeman the younger (Dunster Castle - Dunster, Somerset UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Francis Luttrell of Venn (?) ~ attributed to Enoch Seeman the younger (Dunster Castle - Dunster, Somerset UK) ~ Grand Ladies gogm

R[obert?] Harvie, Portrait of a lady, three-quarter-length, in a blue coat and skirt, and white waistcoat, with gold embroidered trim, a whip in her right hand, in a landscape, two horses and a groom beyond, 1747, Christie's. Woman's Louis XV-era riding waistcoat, water-green satin with spun-gold passementerie, Thierry de Maigret (http://www.thierrydemaigret.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=1021523&np=1&lng=fr&npp=20&ordre=1&aff=1&r=). CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

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