Man's Bicorne | LACMA Collections

This is a French bicorne hat featuring the tri-colored cockade from the The tri-colored cockade was worn as a symbol of the revolution and French freedom. This piece is part of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's collection.

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Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Poster Print Wall Art Print entitled Elisabeth of France called Madame Elizabeth, None

Man's Vest | LACMA Collections

France Man’s Vest, Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body, Linen canvas with silk needlepoint, linen plain weave with silk supplementary-warp cut-pile trim and silk embroidery, Center back length: 26 in.

Satire: a farmer come to town starts back in horror at seeing his son dressed as a macaroni with high wig, cane and sword.  1774 Hand-coloured mezzotint

Satire: a farmer come to town starts back in horror at seeing his son dressed as a macaroni with high wig, cane and sword.

Plate 21: aristocratic couple, their children and a woman seen from behind, standing near the park of Marly.  1777 Etching and engraving

Plate aristocratic couple, their children and a woman seen from behind, standing near the park of Marly. 1777 Etching and engraving

A very tall, stout man standing with arms outstretched and looking down with amusement, as two French tailors half his size struggle to measure him for a suit, while a third hurries towards them on the left with an extra strip of tape, and a thin woman entering the room in the right background, spills a dish of soup in her astonishment.  1772 Mezzotint with etching

A very tall, stout man standing with arms outstretched and looking down with…

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Equestrian Portrait of Marie-Antoinette in Hunting Attire, 1783 (oil on canvas) by Brun or Brun de Versoix, Louis Auguste

Woman’s Redingote | LACMA Collections

Redingote 1790 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This style came about during the French Revolution.

Satire: a French footman drops the letter he is carrying in amazement at the sight of a huge English woman in macaroni garb with her maid and husband in a Parisian apartment.  5 November 1771 Etching

Recto Satire: a French footman drops the letter he is carrying in amazement at the sight of a huge English woman in macaroni garb with her maid and husband in a Parisian apartment. 5 November 1771 Etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

Plate 30: four aristocrats playing whist at a table, with woman with a fan and man sitting on the right watching the game; in the background, a glass door opening onto a yard.  1783 Etching and engraving

Four aristocrats playing whist at a table; the gentleman on the right with quizzing glass up to an eye, and the woman standing with fan are both spectators to the game. a Partie de whist: 1787 Etching

Satire on the Incroyables: two couples, one an Incroyable and Merveilleuse, the other of the ancien régime, mock each other.  1797 Etching and engraving

1797 Etching from the British museum portraying the ridicule aimed at the French "Ancien Régime" by the novelle riché for their dress - "Ah, look it's so out of date". "Oh, the foolishness of the modern".

Plate 2: a servant bringing a letter and a cup of chocolate to a noble woman having a bath.  1774 Etching and engraving

Full: Front Plate a servant bringing a letter and a cup of chocolate to a noble woman having a bath. 1774 Etching and engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum

FOR DESCRIPTION SEE GEORGE (BMSat). 15 August 1799 Hand-coloured etching

Image gallery: A French gentleman of the court of Louis XVIth. A French gentleman of the court of Égalité, 1799

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Isis Wardrobe: How to make a robe de cour in six weeks and hopefully not go crazy, part 2

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