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Aubry Eary
Aubry Eary • 1 year ago

"Mantelet and Plisse" article/tutorial at See also the article on cloaks (which lacks images and therefore cannot be pinned directly),

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Cloaks - an article with period images, links to extant garments, and brief analysis, at Diary of a Mantua Maker. Includes this 1773 image from the Walpole Gallery, with a link to the original source.

One of the more famous portraits of a lady with a fur muff by Madame Vigee Le Brun, 1786.

A lace mantle worn over a pink silk sack back. Margaret Ramsay, by Allan Ramsay, 1755.

Winter, 1778-1779, Inscription Content: Lettered with title followed by "from the original picture by John Collet, in the possession of Carington Bowles", and "Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles, at No.69 in St. Paul's Church Yard, London. Published as the Act directs [date erased]" Numbered bl 395. British Museum 1935,0522.1.65

A girl wearing a cloak; with fur trim, holding a basket with dog, a church tower in the distance, a gate at left Watercolour, over graphite by Henry William Bunbury -1750-1811

Maria Amelia Augustamalarz saski, ok. 1780

1750-1775 British Muff at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Fur on the inside, feathers on the outside

“Portrait of a Lady with the Bow and Arrows of Diana in a Fur Trimmed Red Riding Habit” Style of Thomas Hudson (British 1701-1779)

"Portrait of Melanie de Forbin-Gardanne, Marquise de Villeneuve Flayosc", 1789, by Jean-Louis Le Barbier Le Jeune (French, 1743-c. 1797)

Portrait of Louise Henriette de Bourbon, Duchesse de Chartres and Duchesse d'Orléans (1726-1759) in a fur trimmed cloak and muff. French School, 18th century. Oil on canvas, 81.3 x 65.4 cm