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    • Bridal fashions, Spring 1845

    • Women's clothing; Color in clothing; Lace and lace making; Wedding costume; Veils; Hats; Shawls
    • Two women are depicted, probably in a church or chapel, with an arched diamond-paned window in the background. The woman on the left wears a pink bonnet with a sprigged pattern and white lace, tied with pink ribbon. She wears a gray dress, with a...
    • American women's Victorian dresses, February 1859

    • Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Candelabra; Caps (Headgear); Carpets; Chairs; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Collars; Columns; Cuffs (Clothing); Draperies; Dresses; Envelopes (Stationery); Girls' clothing; Hats; Kerchiefs; Lace and lace...
    • Four women, a young girl, and a black servant boy stand in a well-appointed, neoclassical styled room. The boy brings a valentine to the woman on a silver tray. He wears a dark blue suit with a white collar. One woman, the girl, and the boy are in...
    • Confirmation family group, France 1833

    • Bible; Bodices; Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Boots; Caps (Headgear); Carpets; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Collars; Draperies; Dresses; Flowers; Frames; Gloves; Hats; Kerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Pleats (Sewing); Ribbons; Rugs;...
    • A woman and a child stand with a young girl who seems to be dressed for her confirmation. The woman on the left wears a long full skirted skirt and jacket of blue satin. The skirt has six horizontal bands of ruched panels. More ruched bands edge...
    • Napoleon Bonaparte at Tuileries, August 1792

    • Boots; Coats; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Epaulettes; Hats; Headgear; Men's clothing; Swords; Books; Braid; Buildings; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Gloves; Hairstyles; Men's clothing; Shoes; Trees; Bows (Ribbon work)
    • 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...

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