Young Ladies Fashions 1756-1781
This board is a representative of fashions that could have been worn by Maria Anna Mozart, older sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who came of age in this time period.
Young Ladies Fashions 1756-1781
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Maria Anna, gen. Nannerl, Mozart als Kind, 1763, Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (?) (artist, Italian, 1721-1782), Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg collection www.mozarteum.at/...
Maria Anna Mozart, Mariaanna Mozart, Http Www Mozarteum At En Html, Marianne Mozart, Pietro Antonio, Anna Walburga, Antonio Lorenzoni, 1765 Pietro, Mozart Sisters
Maria Anna Mozart, ca. 1765 (Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni) (1721-1782) Location TBD
Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia, "Nannerl", Mozart's sister (1751-1829),
Marianne Mozart, Wolfgang's Sister.
Maria Anna (Nannerl) von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg, geb. Mozart, 1785, artist unknown, Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg collection www.mozarteum.at/...
Nee Mozart, Wolfgang Sisters, Older Sisters, Artists Unknown, Anna Nannerl, Mozart Extravaganza, Amadeus Mozart, Places, Nannerl Mozart
Maria Anna (Nannerl) von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg, nee Mozart. Artist: Anonymous. Year, Place: 1785, Salzburg, Austria
Maria Anna Mozart (1751-1829) was the older sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. She was noted as an excellent harpsichord player and forte pianist and also toured the country with her brother as a child prodigy, sometimes receiving top billing. However, when she reached marriageable age she was no longer permitted to continue her career. The siblings were very close, and as children they invented a secret language and an imaginary "Kingdom of Back" of which they were king and queen.
Nannerl Mozart, Wolfgang's sister and just as talented.
Family Portrait: Maria Anna ("Nannerl"), Wolfgang, Anna Maria (medallion) and Leopold Mozart, ca. 1780, Johann Nepomuk della Croce (artist, Austrian, 1736-1823), Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg collection www.mozarteum.at/...
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Mozarts family portrait: Maria Anna ("Nannerl"), Wolfgang, Anna Maria (medallion) and Leopold Mozart. Painting by Johann Nepomuk della Croce. (Wikimedia)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -The Mozart family c. 1780. The portrait on the wall is of Mozart's mother. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
You only THOUGHT you were listening to "Classical Music." Liz defines three major musical genres in the latest blog.
Mozart's 19th violin sonata in E flat major
Portrait de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzbourg, 1756-Vienne, 1791) jouant à Paris avec son père Jean-Georg-Léopold et sa sœur Maria-Anna, 1763, Louis Carrogis Carmontelle (artist, French 1717-1806), Musée Condé, CAR 418
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Louis Carrogis Carmontelle (1717-1806) - Portrait de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzbourg, 1756-Vienne, 1791) jouant à Paris avec son père Jean-Georg-Léopold et sa sœur Maria-Anna - Drawing, 1763
Mozart music appreciation lesson plan online
Mozart enfant jouant du piano - Carmontelle © RMN #Carmontelle
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe Mozart family on tour: Leopold, Wolfgang, and Nannerl. Watercolor by Carmontelle, ca. 1763
Detail robe à l'Anglaise in a polonaise style, England, c. 1774. Gold silk taffeta, lined with linen. The back is in 'English' style, with an extra double fold at the centre back. The skirt is organ pleated onto a concave waist seam. There is a self covered button at each side back seam to which the pink cords inside the dress can be attached forming a polonaise.
Gown, ca. 1774, British, V&A Given by Miss A. Maishman T.104-1972
Silk Taffeta, 1774, Polonaise Gowns, English Gowns, Century Clothing, 18Th Century, Hands Sewn, Gowns Details, 1700 S
ca 1774 English Gown The pleated waist of this gold-coloured taffeta gown of the mid 1770s demonstrates superb dressmaking skills. It is plain, but stylish with a tightly fitted bodice and finely pleated English-style back. The gown could be worn as a polonaise by raising and draping the skirts over the hips. This was done by means of a pair of looped silk cords each of which fastened over a button on either side of the centre back, at the waist.
Gown Detail - 1774
Polonaise gown, 1774
Gown, English, 1774. Yellow silk taffeta and linen, hand woven and hand sewn, backed with silk . Victoria & Albert Museum.
American Duchess: Bright-Ass Yellow 18th Century English Gowns
Stays, 1770-1780, British, V&A, Given by the family of the late Mrs Jane Robinson T.192-1929
Linens Twill, Colonial Era, Era Clothing, Red Wool, Silk Ribbon, V A Search, 1770 1780 Stay, Glaze Linens, 18Th Century
Stays (corset), English, 1770-1780. Made with wool backed with linen or canvas, stitched with linen thread reinforced with strips of whalebone, lined with glazed linen, bound with linen twill tape, fastened with plain weave linen tapes and decorated with silk braid and silk ribbon. Stays were an essential item of underwear for women during the 18th century. By the 1780s, the fashionable torso consisted of an inverted cone shape. Achieving smoothness of profile and firmness of contour were the...
Red wool stays made 1770-1780 in England. The wool is backed with linen and the channels are stitched with linen thread. The lining is glazed linen and the binding are linen twill tape. The bones are made of whalebone. Victoria and Albert T.192-1929
Portrait of a student in the Empress School for Noble Maidens Ekaterina Ivanovna Nelidova, 1773, Dmitry Grigorievich Levitzky (artist, Russian 1735-1822), State Russian Museum www.rusmuseum.ru/...
Rose, Dmitry Levitzki, Art, Aprons, 18Th Century, Portraits, Painting, Ivanovna Nelidova, Masquerades Customs
he portrait of Ekaterina Ivanovna Nelidova is one of the famous paintings commissioned from Levitskii by Catherine the Great to commemorate the performances of the students of the Smolny Institute. Besides depicting with great skill the soft and shiny fabric of the girl's dress and showing his mastery of color by contrasting glowing pink and rose tones with grey, blue, and pale green, Levitskii also proves to be a good observer of human character. Since Nelidova is on stage, playing the role of
Isis' Wardrobe: Variations of a theme, recurring masquerade costumes
18th century Lady with Light Apron
"Ekaterina Ivanovna Nelidova" by by Dmitry Levitzky, 1773. #Georgian #1700s #painting #classic #art
Famous Realism Art | history of 18th century painting
Stomacher, mid-18th century, French, LACMA Collections, Gift of Mrs. Gabriella K. Robertson and Mrs. Marlene P. L. Toeppen (63.2.5)
Stomach Mid 18Th, Lacma Collection, Bruststeck, Century Details, Century Accessories, Century Clothing, 1730 1769, Mid 18Th Century, 18 Century
Stomacher, mid 18th century,
Robe à la Française, 1760-1780, French, LACMA Collections M.56.1.1
La Francaise, Lacma Collection, Fashion History 1780, Francaise Sack Back, Sack Back Gown, Close Robe, Historical Costumes, 18Th Century, Sack Back Close
Rococo Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from 1760-1780. Sack Back Closed Robe #Historical #Costume made from silk with plain weave flower floral pattern, fabric gather as flounce decorated with woven braid trim and tulle lace on the matching stomacher bodice, sleeve and also on the skirt and the petticoat. #Vintage #Rococo #Fashion
Sack-Back Closed Robe | LACMA Collections
Sack-Back Closed Robe
Robe à la Française, 1760-1780, French, LACMA Collections M.56.1.1
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18th Century Dresses | 18th century costumes at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
France, Sack-Back Closed Robe, 1760-1780 (love victorian era clothes)
French Revolution Fashion | 18th century costumes at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Woman’s Jacket (caraco), ca. 1760, LACMA M.2007.211.3 Woman's Petticoat, ca. 1785, LACMA M.2007.211.708
Women'S Jackets, 18Thcentury, Historical Fashion, 1700S, 18Th Century, Woman Jackets, Circa 1760, Jackets Caraco, 1700 S
Woman's Petticoat | LACMA Collections #18thCentury
Props to women in the 1700s for never being able to breath, but somehow managing to look fabulous
Woman's Jacket (caraco), ca. 1760, European, silk plain weave. "Caracos and other jackets like it were worn as informal dress in the 18th century. The caraco in particular emerged in the 1760s as a modification on the short gowns worn by working class women, but my guess is that they would subsequently have been adopted by the middle class as a more practical alternative to the longer gowns."
Europe Woman’s Jacket (caraco), circa 1760, altered circa 1780
Woman’s Jacket (caraco) | LACMA Collections
Collection of English Original Watercolor Drawings, 1774-1807, Ann Frankland Lewis (artist, British, mid-17th-mid-18th century), LACMA, AC1999.154.1-.32
Mid 17Th Mid 18Th Century, Anne Frankland, Plates 1770S, Drawing England, Frankland Lewis, Fashion Plates, Lewis England, Watercolour Drawing, Century Fashion
Collection of English Original Watercolor Drawings Alternate Title: Collection of English Original Watercolour Drawings Ann Frankland Lewis (England, mid-17th to mid-18th century) England, 1774-1807
LACMA, fashion plate 1770s
Collection of English Original Watercolor Drawings (England, 1774-1807)
Robe à la Française, ca. 1770, French with Chinese export textile, Colonial Williamsburg, Acc. No. 1993-330, a-b
Clothing 1700S, Century Women, 1761 1770 Georgian Women, Silk Gowns, 18Th Century, Woman Gowns, 1770S Inspiration, Century Fashion, Ribs Silk
Petticoat matching painted Chinese silk gown, ca. 1770. France, made from Chinese export silk. Hand-painted ribbed silk; plain silk tabby in serts. Petticoat matching a woman's gown of ivory ribbed silk, hand-painted in scrolling floral and leaf design. Pleated waist. Side pocket slits and center back slit opening. Portions of upper back and sides are different cream-colored silk tabby fabric, unpainted.
Polonaise Gown, 1770-1785, British, Colonial Williamsburg Acc. No. 1983-233
Historical Stuff, Fashion History, Clothing Style, Colonial America, 1770S Women, Colonial Williamsburg, Colonial Dresses, Lustre Gownpolonaisesilk, 18Th Century
great source for 18th c. clothing styles
Gown, pink-lavender lustring polonaise 1770-1785. Colonial Williamsburg
18th century Gown, pink-lavender lustring polonaise 1770-1785 Nice Dress
Colonial Williamsburg Online Collections
The Music Party, 1774, Louis Rolland Trinquesse (ca. 1745-1800), Alte Pinakothek, www.pinakothek.de...
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.Louis-Rolland Trinquesse - The Music Party 1774 (Slightly cropped)
Marie Antoinette’s beauty secrets « Madame Guillotine
Family portrait, later half of the 18th Century
My bachelorette party w. male stripper
Beautiful Ivory Satin Dress
Portrait of a Young Woman in Powder Blue, ca. 1777, George Romney (artist 1734-1802), Private Collection
Century Blog, Young Woman, Young Women, 18Th Century, Portraits, Oil Painting, George Romney, Blue Art, Powder Blue
Portrait of a Young Woman in Powder Blue, ca. 1777. by George Romney, English portrait painter of the late 18th century Source: Fergus Hall Master Paintings. (via 18th century blog)
blue art french portrait | Portrait of a Young Woman in Powder Blue, ca. 1777.
Robe à la Française, 1760-1765, British, Victoria & Albert Museum, T.426&A-1990
Fashion, 17601765 Floral, 18Th Century, Petticoats 1760S, Sack Back Gowns, 1760 1765, Albert Museums, Floral Pattern, 1760 65
dress ca. 1760-1765 via The Victoria & Albert Museum ...
1760-1765 floral patterned silk woven in Spitalfields, London; front view
Sack-back gown and petticoat 1760s
Defunct Fashion: Archive
Sack-back gown and petticoat | V&A Search the Collections
Side Hoop (Panniers) 1778, British, Victoria & Albert Museum, Given by Mr and Mrs R. C. Carter, T.120-1969
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1778 British Side hoop at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette. At various times during the 18th century, this profile varied from round, to square and flat, to fan-shaped."
The Costumer's Guide to Movie Costumes 18th century
2-11-11 Side hoop 1778 Women’s underwear served two purposes in the 18th century. The first function, carried out by the shift or smock, was to protect the clothing from the body, in an age when daily bathing was not customary. Made of very fine linen, the shift was the first garment put on when dressing. Over the shift went the linen stays, heavily reinforced with strips of whalebone. Their purpose was to mould the torso to the fashionable shape and provide a rigid form on which the gown could be arranged and fastened. The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette. At various times during the 18th century, this profile varied from round, to square and flat, to fan-shaped.
Side hoop | A Schabner | V&A Search the Collections
Panniers, ca. 1750, British, MMA, Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1973, 1973.65.2
Tans Linens, British Tans, Historical Fashion, 18Th Century, Fashion Looks, Art History, 1750 British, Panniers, Metropolitan Museums
1. a) Panniers from the 18th century.
Panniers [British] (1973.65.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Panniers, or hoops, widely worn in the eighteenth century, first came into fashion around 1710...
Panniers ca. 1750 British Tan Linen and Baleen Arthistoryresources.net The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Stays, late 18th century, British, MMA, Gift of Mrs. F.D. Millet, 1913, 13.49.1
Corsets Inspiration, 18Th Century Stay, Metropolitan Museum, Antiques Corsets, Late 18Th, Art Fashion, Met Museum, Century Fashion, History Tarts
Dressing the English Lady | Making History Tart & Titillating
1780-1800c, Met Museum (13.49.1)
Corset (British) of silk, circa 1775-1785. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Maria Josefa de Lorena, Archduchess of Austria, ca. 1767, artist Anton Raphael Mengs (German 1728-1779), Museo Nacional del Prado, P02186
Anton Raphael, Maria Josepha, Marie Antoinette, Maria Theresa, Archduchess Maria, 18Th Century, Mary Antoinette, Austria, Raphael Menges
"Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria" by Anton Raphael Mengs
Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria, the sixth surviving daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I and elder sister to Marie Antoinette, was born on this day (March 19th) in 1751.
Maria Carolina of Austria, Queen of Naples, ca. 1768, artist Anton Raphael Mengs (German 1728-1779), Museo Nacional del Prado, P02194
Anton Raphael, Naples, Maria Theresa, Maria Carolina, Meadow, French Revolution, 18Th Century, Mary Antoinette, Raphael Menges
Robe volante /battante saque 18th Century
Maria Carolina of Austria 13 August 1752 – 8 September 1814) was Queen of Naples and Sicily as the wife of King Ferdinand IV & III. She was a proponent of enlightened absolutism until the advent of the French Revolution, when, in order to prevent its ideas gaining currency, she made Naples a police state. Sister of Marie Antoinette.
A portrait of Maria Carolina of Austria by Anton Raphael Mengs. Maria Carolina was a daughter of Maria Theresa and one of Marie Antoinette’s closest sisters.
Arch-duchess Maria Carolina, by Anton Raphael Mengs ~ Maria Carolina, Queen of Naples and Sicily (ca1768), wife of Ferdinand IV of Naples and sister of Marie Antoinette, she had 16 children
Museo Nacional del Prado: Galería online
Stays, third quarter 18th century, American, MMA, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 1921, 2009.300.2961a, b