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Barras1797 - Joséphine de Beauharnais - Wikimedia Commons

James Gillray caricature, Paul Barras being entertained by the naked dancing of two wives of prominent men, Theresa Tallien and Josephine Bonaparte.

Madame Fouler (Henriette Victoire Elisabeth d’Avrange), comtesse de Relingue, with coiffure à la Titus, by Louis Léopold Boilly, 1810

The coiffure à la Titus was a short and curly hairstyle popular with both men and women during the French Revolution and the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Marie of Cleves, Duchess of Guise by ? (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Marie wears a feathered and jeweled hat, carcanet necklace, and gold false sleeves emerging from the red rolled sleeves of her bodice in this portrait.

Château de Valençay - Duchesse de Berry

1827 Princess Mary Caroline (nee of Naples and Sicily), Duchesse de Berry by Charles Rauchine.

A French embroidered waistcoat, 1785–95, showing Dido and Aeneas, the two main characters in Piccinni's opera Didon of 1783. For more information and and a higher-definition image, go to https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18445265/

Inspired by Opera. A French embroidered waistcoat dated between 1785 and 1795 showing Dido and Aeneas in scenes from Didon. Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.

Portrait of Laetitia Raimolini Bonaparte by Francois-Joseph (1771-1839) Kinsoen

Francois-Josephe Kinson, Portrait of Letitia Raimolini Bonaparte, Quite an interesting dress.

Marie-Julie Clary-Bonaparte, c. 1795

Marie Julie Clary Bonaparte Queen Consort of Spain and the Indies Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily Comtesse de Survilliers (December 1771 – April by?

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