Tag Archives: Romanticism fashion

Romanticism costumes and fashion. Romantic era from 1800 to 1850.

Chapeau de paille cousue. La mode 1834.

Romantic fashion. Restoration costumes. Biedermeier fahion.

Chapeau de paille cousue et paille de riz.

Chapeau de paille cousue. La mode 1834.

Chapeau de paille cousue et paille de riz. Robe de Jaconas et mousseline laine imprimé. Canezou de batiste garni de dentellas.

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The Sultan Saladin and his Sister Sittah.

Sultan Saladin. Sister Sittah. Nathan the Wise. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. German Enlightenment.

The Sultan Saladin and his Sister Sittah.

The Sultan Saladin and his Sister Sittah.

Saladin and his sister Sittah, have played chess. Sittah has won. Al Hafi, Saladin’s treasurer, enters. Continue reading

Lancelot and Elaine, The Lady of Shalott.

Lancelot, Elaine, Lady Shalott. Alfred Tennyson. Victorian era. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

Lancelot and Elaine, The Lady of Shalott.

Lancelot and Elaine.

ELAINE the fair, Elaine the lovable,
Elaine the lily maid of Astolat,
High in her chamber up a tower to the East
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History of a Crime. The Death of Baudin. Victor-Marie Hugo.

History of a Crime. Victor Hugo. The Death of Baudin. France literature classic. Romantic era.

The Death of Baudin

The Death of Baudin. History of a Crime by Victor Hugo.

BEFORE being a Republican, Baudin had been a tutor. He came from an intelligent and brave race of schoolmasters, ever persecuted, who have fallen from the Guiot Law into the Falloux Law, and from the Falloux Law into the Dupanloup Law*. Continue reading

Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving.

 Sleepy Hollow. Washington Irving. Famous American short story. Romanticism clothing

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving.

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Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué.

Undine Water Nymph. Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué. Romanticism, Romantic Era, German romantic poet

Undine Water Nymph

Undine

THE seas, the rivers and brooks contain the numberless tribes of Water-sprites.
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Crinoline costumes by Mad. Debaizieux. Romantic era 1850.

Mad. Debaizieux. Crinoline costumes. Romantic era fashion. La Mode. Paul Gavarni.

La Mode 1850

Dresses by Mad. Debaizieux.

La Mode 1850.

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Manfred and Astarte by Lord Byron. Character sketches.

Character sketches, Lord Byron, Manfred, Astarte, Romanticism,

Manfred and Astarte

Manfred and Astarte

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Romantic era crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode. Romantic era costumes. Biedermeier fashion.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

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Summer mantles. Knitted dresses. Romantic era 1846.

Summer mantles. Knitted dresses. Romantic Era, Crinolines Victorian fashion period.

La Mode 1846.

Lace summer mantles. Knitted dresses. Romantic era 1846.

Chapeaux de Mme. Pener, 4, rue Neuve Saint Augustin. Etoffes de robes de la Maison Gagelin. Mantelet en dentelle de l’été. Lingerie de Mme Tulasne-Ledoux, 348 rue Saint-Honoré. Bijoux de Gillion, 13. Boulevard des Italiens. Gants Mayer. Envois divers de la Maison de Commission Lassalle et Cie, 35 rue Louis le Grand.

La Mode. Journal et gravures des mode. Bibliography of costume. Romantic Era, Crinolines Victorian fashion period.

Associated to:

  1. The Second Republic. 1848 to 1851. Victorian era. “Second Rococo”.
  2. Fashion in the Reign of Philippe. 1830 to 1848. Romanticism. Early Victorian era. Biedermeier
  3. Reigns of Louis XVIII. and Charles X. 1815 to 1830. The Restoration period. Biedermeier.
  4. Reign of Napoleon I. 1804 to 1814. First Empire, Regency period.
  5. Comparison of the French and English modes. The Regency fashion period 1808-1815.
  6. Fashion History France. On the history of costumes. Archives of French fashion

Clarissa Harlowe by Samuel Richardson 1748.

Clarissa Harlowe

Clarissa Harlowe

Clarissa Harlowe

ARRESTED on a charge of debt, Clarissa has been taken to the sponging-house. There Lovelace visits her. After describing the forlorn room she occupies, he says :

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