Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

Young Ladies Fashions 1756-1781

This board is a representative of fashions that could have been worn by Maria Anna Mozart, older sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who came of age in this time period.

Portrait de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzbourg, 1756-Vienne, 1791) jouant à Paris avec son père Jean-Georg-Léopold et sa sœur Maria-Anna, 1763, Louis Carrogis Carmontelle (artist, French 1717-1806), Musée Condé, CAR 418

Portrait of a student in the Empress School for Noble Maidens Ekaterina Ivanovna Nelidova, 1773, Dmitry Grigorievich Levitzky (artist, Russian 1735-1822), State Russian Museum

Woman’s Jacket (caraco), ca. 1760, LACMA M.2007.211.3 Woman's Petticoat, ca. 1785, LACMA M.2007.211.708

Woman’s Jacket (caraco) | LACMA Collections

Collection of English Original Watercolor Drawings, 1774-1807, Ann Frankland Lewis (artist, British, mid-17th-mid-18th century), LACMA, AC1999.154.1-.32

Polonaise Gown, 1770-1785, British, Colonial Williamsburg Acc. No. 1983-233

Colonial Williamsburg Online Collections

Side Hoop (Panniers) 1778, British, Victoria & Albert Museum, Given by Mr and Mrs R. C. Carter, T.120-1969

Side hoop | A Schabner | V&A Search the Collections

Maria Josefa de Lorena, Archduchess of Austria, ca. 1767, artist Anton Raphael Mengs (German 1728-1779), Museo Nacional del Prado, P02186

Maria Carolina of Austria, Queen of Naples, ca. 1768, artist Anton Raphael Mengs (German 1728-1779), Museo Nacional del Prado, P02194

Museo Nacional del Prado: Galería online

Stays, third quarter 18th century, American, MMA, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 1921, 2009.300.2961a, b