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Gros, Antoine-Jean - Henriette Scherrer, comtesse Legrand, 1813

Gros, Antoine-Jean, portrait of Henriette Scherrer, comtesse Legrand, 1813

El Cabello en el Siglo XIX

This shows the Antebellum hairstyle of the century which was common for women to wear, with some curls left down in the front.

François Henri Mulard, Portrait of a lady, seated three-quarter-length, in a white silk dress and embroidered shawl, holding a book, Sold at Chrisitie's on April 19 2007

This lovely Portrait of a Lady by François Henri Mulard displays the shorter spiral curls popular during the Regency era.

Jacques-Augustin-Catherine Pajou (French, Oil on canvas. Daughters of the playwright Alexandre Duval and cousins of the ​​painter Amaury Duval: Adèle.

Glorious gold gown.  Mother with two children by A.E. Chalon, 1812

Alfred Edward Chalon — A Mother with Two Children wearing Kashmir Paisley Shawls

Attr. to Joseph Krafft, Portrait of Henriette Rottmann, 1820, via wilnitsky.com

to Joseph Krafft, Portrait of Henriette Rottmann, Little late for Regency, but love the details on this top!

Fashion History - Early Century Regency and Romantic Styles for Women

Firmin Massot, Portrait of Mrs Jean-Conrad Hottinguer, born Martha Elisa Redwood (1774-1830)

Firmin Massot, Portrait of Mrs Jean-Conrad Hottinguer, born Martha Elisa Redwood

1820 Wilhelmina Jacoba van Pembroek by Charles Howard Hodges (Frans Hals Museum - Haarlem, Noord-Holland Netherlands) Wilhelmina van Pembroek's coiffure has a hint of hurluberlu, a chignon, and a jeweled comb that may be part of a parure with her necklace and earrings in this 1820 Hodges portrait. Her neckline is echoed by her inner neckline that includes a ruff. Her sleeves may have vertical bands  of sheer material separated by bends of opaque material trimmed with thin satin bands.

1820 Wilhelmina Jacoba van Pembroek by Charles Howard Hodges (Frans Hals Museum - Haarlem, Noord-Holland Netherlands) From radical-foto.

1818 (estimated from inscription) Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales by Charlotte Jones. Many posthumous portraits were painted of Princess Charlotte, who died in childbirth in 1817.

1818 (estimated from inscription) Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales by Charlotte Jones. Charlotte married Leopold of Saxe Coborg and died having given birth to a dead son, in