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Dress, Date: ca. 1836, Culture: British, Medium: silk

Dress - Dress Date: ca. 1836 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1971

Evening dress, 1830-32 From the Wurttemburg State...

Evening dress, 1830 to 1832 From the Wurttemburg State Museum

Ensemble, Visiting  Date: 1830–33 Culture: American

Visiting Ensemble 1830 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"1830 Doll", Designer: Madeleine de Rauch Designer: Claude Designer: Roger Fare (French) Date: 1949 Medium: metal, plaster, hair, wool, silk, straw, leather Dimensions: 31 x 16 in. (78.7 x 40.6 cm)

1830 doll from the Gratitude Train, Madeleine de Rauch 1949 MET

Dress 1836-1838 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress 1836-1838 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Dress Place of origin: England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Printed wool, trimmed with printed wool, lined with cotton, hand-sewn.a joyous print!

Dress ca. 1830 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Woman's dress American, about 1830 Place of Manufacture Lexington, Massachusetts, United States Dimensions Overall: x cm x 45 in.) Medium or Technique Plain weave silk, glazed plain weave cotton Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

Dress, 1831-35 From Cora Ginsburg

Dress, 1831-35 From Cora Ginsburg

Dress ca. 1840 Metropolitan Museum of Art

1840 Metropolitan Museum of Art

1835

1835

Day Dress  1836-1837  The FIDM Museum

The extreme breadth of the sleeves of this silk taffeta day dress represents the last vestige of the "imbecile" style.

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