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Portrait of James Belcher, Bare Knuckle Champion of England, c.1803, by Benjamin Marshal (1768-1835).

A portrait of James Belcher, bare knuckle champion of England with Trusty, a champion fighting dog. by Benjamin Marshall 1803

Portrait of Louis Philippe while at Reichenau, 1793-94 by Auguste Couder and Winterhalter

inebriatedpony: “ jeannepompadour: “ Evolution of men’s style; Portrait of Louis Philippe while at Reichenau, by Auguste Couder and Winterhalter, Barthélémy Charles, Comte de Dreux-Nancré,.

Charles-André van Loo ó Carle Van Loo. 'An unknown man', France, about 1730-40, oil on canvas, 145 x 109 cm. Château de Versailles.

Portrait of an unknown man, Carle Van Loo, France, about oil on canvas, Château de Versailles.

Mr and Mrs Robert N. Campbell of Kailzie Henry Raeburn (1756–1823) Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Mr & Mrs Robert N. Campbell of Kailzie, by Sir Henry Raeburn Smartly dressed for a stroll around the estate with his pretty wife.

Bertrand Andrieu as a Skater, Pierre Maximilien Delafontaine, 1798. Musée de la Monnaie, Paris

necspenecmetu: “ Pierre-Maximilien Delafontaine, Portrait of Bertrand Andrieu Ice Skating, 1798 ”

1817 Nicolas-Pierre Tiolier by French painter François-Édouard Picot en.wikipedia.org

"Portrait of Nicolas-Pierre Tiolier" by French painter François-Édouard Picot, An example where it's actually MORE appropriate to have wrinkles in your coat, since it demonstrates the fact that there is no waist shaping.

The artist is John Pettie. It was painted in the 1880s, so it is not the best thing to use as an example for research, because I am sure it is intended to be regency. But it is pretty...

positivelyaustentatious: ““Two Strings To Her Bow”, by John Pettie, 1882 This Victorian “genre” painting depicts a Regency (early young lady delighted at being the focus of attention of.

Men's ensemble, 1807.

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