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    • First Communion, France, Spring 1859

    • Belt buckles; Belts (Clothing); Bible; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Buttons; Caps (Headgear); Carpets; Church; Clothing and dress; Coats; Cuffs (Clothing); Draperies; Dresses; Epaulettes; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats;...
    • In this illustration of a Catholic family, a mother prepares her daughter for her First Communion while the girl's brother stands nearby. With one hand on a prie-dieu and the other holding her prayer book, the girl wears a white full skirted dress,...
    • A group of men outdoors, Winter 1855

    • Boots; Braid; Buttons; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Men's clothing; Neckwear; Pleats (Sewing); Pockets; Riding habit; Shoes; Sleeves; Cuffs (Clothing)
    • A variety of English coat styles for men are shown in this illustration for March, 1855. Seven men are divided into two groups by the illustrator, the first group gathers around a man sitting in a chair, and the second group gathers around a man...
    • Family in church, Summer 1844

    • Bible; Blouses; Bodices; Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Candles; Candlesticks; Church; Clothing and dress; Columns; Dresses; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hats; Lace and lace making; Netting; Plaid; Ribbons; Veils; Women's clothing; Women's hats
    • A mother and her two daughters are pictured inside a church, probably for the elder girl's communion. The mother stands at a wooden prie-dieu with red upholstery. She wears a long black dress with ruched edges and a train. Over the dress is a black...
    • Strolling in the park, Paris, 1820

    • Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Clothing and dress; Cuffs (Clothing); Flowers; Men's clothing; Pants; Ribbons; Shawls; Shoes; Sleeves; Stripes; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Collars; Ruff
    • Three figures are strolling in a park, in 1820; the height of the "Règne de Louis XVIII" as the plate announces. The final exile of Napoleon Bonaparte resulted in the restoration of Louis XVIII to the throne, bringing back the monarchy of the...
    • French couple 1807

    • Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Dresses; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Men's clothing; Neckwear; Ribbons; Shoes; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Lace and lace making
    • A man and a woman in French fashions for 1807. The woman's outfit, labeled number "1," is a light yellow gown with an empire waist. The blue bodice is edged with with yellow ribbon, with the ribbon lacing down the back, ending in a rosette. The...
    • Eagle Bearer of Napoleon's Grande Armee

    • Braid; Epaulettes; Feathers; Flags; Hats; Headgear; Neckwear; Sashes (Clothing); Shoes; Tassels; Horses
    • One of several drawings from "La Vieille Armee francaise" (1820) or "La Vie politique et militaire de Napoleon" (Paris, 1826), showing infantry uniforms or "military exploits under the First Empire, which made [Charlet's] work popular with the...
    • American fashions, Spring 1882

    • Women's clothing; Color in clothing; Dresses; Plaid; Earrings; Bows (Ribbon work); Gloves; Hats; Fans; Stripes; Parasols; Feathers; Flowers
    • Five women stand on a porch conversing with each other. The woman on the far left wears her hair dressed back in a loose twist at the neck with bangs. She wears oval pendant earrings. Her green plaid dress has a high collar and long sleeves. There...
    • Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, 1812

    • Boots; Coats; Cuffs (Clothing); Epaulettes; Hats; Headgear; Men's clothing; Swords; Gloves; Spurs; Tassels
    • One of several drawings from "La Vieille Armee francaise" (1820) or "La Vie politique et militaire de Napoleon" (Paris, 1826), showing infantry uniforms or "military exploits under the First Empire, which made [Charlet's] work popular with the...
    • Captain of the Napoleon's Foot Grenadiers

    • Boots; Coats; Epaulettes; Hats; Headgear; Men's clothing; Swords; Gloves; Tassels; Braid; Rocks
    • One of several drawings from "La Vieille Armee francaise" (1820) or "La Vie politique et militaire de Napoleon" (Paris, 1826), showing infantry uniforms or "military exploits under the First Empire, which made [Charlet's] work popular with the...
    • Young ladies' and girls' outfits, Winter 1888

    • Birds; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Carpets; Clothing and dress; Collars; Dresses; Feathers; Fur garments; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hair ornaments; Hats; Hosiery; Plaid; Pleats (Sewing); Ribbons; Rugs; Scrolls; Shoes; Sleeves; Stripes;...
    • A group of ten young women and girls gather to model their English fashions for The Young Ladies' Journal of February 1888. Six of the models display coats, hats, and outerwear to brave the winter cold, while four of the models are dressed for the...
    • Family party, France, Winter 1903

    • Blouses; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Buttons; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Feathers; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Jackets; Lace and lace making; Mirrors; Neckwear; Pleats...
    • A mother and eight children display their Parisian fashions for December, 1903, while they gather for a party. The figure of the mother divides the composition in half with four younger children on her right and four adolescents on her left. The...
    • Marguerite de France, 1572

    • Pearls; Gloves; Lace and lace making; Women's shoes; Women's clothing; Necklaces; Headgear; Color in clothing; Clothing and dress; Stripes; Earrings; Sleeves; Arches; Gargoyles; Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1615; Ruff
    • Marguerite of France, the first wife of Henri the IV, wears a charcoal colored dress with a large skirt, with a wheel farthingale. The underdress is purple with nine, bright yellow stripes at the hem. She wears white gloves and her cuffs are white...
    • Girls and boys, 1834

    • Bodices; Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Bracelets; Braid; Brocade; Buttons; Clothing and dress; Columns; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Feathers; Girls' clothing; Hairstyles; Hats; Lace and lace making; Plaid; Pleats (Sewing); Ribbons;...
    • Four adolescents and four children display their elegant French fashions for 1834. The first boy, who leans back against a neoclassical pedestal, wears white lace-trimmed pantalettes and a white blouse with a short ruffled collar. Over these, he...
    • Three women and two children, circa 1830-1840s

    • Bodices; Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Buttons; Caps (Headgear); Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Collars; Dresses; Flowers; Hairstyles; Hats; Lace and lace making; Parasols; Shawls; Stripes; Trees; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Zigzags;...
    • Three women and two children take a walk through the garden while they display their fashions for the 1830s. The limited use of blue and green watercolors in the work suggest that the print is unfinished. The woman on the far left wears a long,...
    • Fashions, Spring 1840

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Brooches; Caps (Headgear); Clothing and dress; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Ribbons; Roses; Shawls; Veils; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Grasses
    • The top row shows the upper halves of three women. The woman on the left wears a yellow dress with long full sleeves, and a short lacy shawl with a ruffle-edged collar and ruffles along the hem. The shawl fastens with a square brooch, and the woman...
    • Round gowns, Winter 1799

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Dresses; Hats; Headgear; Gloves; Buttons; Pearls; Ribbons; Shoes; Sleeves; Stripes; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Kerchiefs; Grasses
    • Two women wear full dress for January 1799. The woman on the left wears a round gown of white muslin with a chemise body and sleeves, straight collar and ruffle. She wears a vest of purple fabric bordered in pink that laces up the front. She wears...
    • A couple in French fashions, 1809

    • Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Gloves; Hairstyles; Handkerchiefs; Hats; Kerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Men's clothing; Pants; Braid; Shawls; Shoes; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes
    • A man and a woman stand on green carpet or grass in their French fashions of 1809. The woman's outfit, labeled number "1," is viewed from the back. The woman wears a long cream colored empire waist gown with a scalloped hem. The hem is trimmed...
    • Fashions, 1841

    • Women's clothing; Plaid; Women's hats; Parasols; Lace and lace making
    • Four women are depicted outdoors in conversation. The dresses of two women are shown in color and two not in color. The first woman wears a white bonnet with green ribbon and bows and pink roses inside the brim. She wears a green checkered dress...

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