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Rear view of a sack back dress, 1760s (brocaded silk)also known as an 'open robe'; the distinctive pleats on the back were sometimes referred to as 'Watteau pleats' due to the 18th century French artist Jean-Antoine Watteau's illustrated style in his paintings;

Rear view of a sack back dress, 1760s (brocaded silk)also known as an 'open robe'; the distinctive pleats on the back were sometimes referred to as 'Watteau pleats' due to the 18th century French artist Jean-Antoine Watteau's illustrated style in his paintings;

Vestido do século XVIII

Vestido do século XVIII

Robe à l'anglaise: 1763, American (made from English fabric), silk plain weave taffeta patterned with supplementary wefts brocaded with polychrome silks with motifs of ribbons and flowers. "Worn by Sarah Tyng Smith at her marriage to Richard Codman in Portland, Maine, February 23, 1763."

Robe à l'anglaise: 1763, American (made from English fabric), silk plain weave taffeta patterned with supplementary wefts brocaded with polychrome silks with motifs of ribbons and flowers. "Worn by Sarah Tyng Smith at her marriage to Richard Codman in Portland, Maine, February 23, 1763."

ROBE AND PETITCOAT INGLATERRA 1760-1770

ROBE AND PETITCOAT INGLATERRA 1760-1770

A striped and brocaded silk open robe, 1770s

A striped and brocaded silk open robe, 1770s

ROBE A LA ANGLAISE 1770-1775 INGLATERRA SEDA AZUL BORDADA

ROBE A LA ANGLAISE 1770-1775 INGLATERRA SEDA AZUL BORDADA

Francés vestido siglo 18 à la Polonesa . Los patrones vienen de un traje en el Costume Institute de Kyoto y la forma del vestido es de un grabado por Antoine -Jean Ducios , c.1760 , basado en una pintura de Agustín de Saint- Aubin Foto © Alain Speltdoorn Cortesía Hillwood raíces , Museos y Jardines © Créations Isabelle de Borchgrave

Prêt-à-Papier or Couture Paper: The Exquisite Art of Isabelle de Borchgrave

Francés vestido siglo 18 à la Polonesa . Los patrones vienen de un traje en el Costume Institute de Kyoto y la forma del vestido es de un grabado por Antoine -Jean Ducios , c.1760 , basado en una pintura de Agustín de Saint- Aubin Foto © Alain Speltdoorn Cortesía Hillwood raíces , Museos y Jardines © Créations Isabelle de Borchgrave

Robe à la Piémontaise, 1770-1790. Tafetán de seda bordado (visto de perfil).

Robe à la Piémontaise, 1770-1790. Tafetán de seda bordado (visto de perfil).

Robe a la polonaise, white with blue flowers, ca. 1780s - From Kulturen

Robe a la polonaise, white with blue flowers, ca. 1780s - From Kulturen

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