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  • Musée de la Toile de Jouy

    Robe à la française, coton imprimé, France, 1770. Grosses indienens sur un quadrillage de feuilles. Lacma, Los Angeles, M.2007.211.718.

  • Oprișan Daiana

    The sack-back gown or robe à la française was a women's fashion of the 18th century. At the beginning of the century, the sack-back gown was a very informal style of dress.

  • Margarita Prounia

    Robe a la Francaise, France, 1770 The gown is made with a block-printed cotton and decorated with silk braid.

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