Bundled Firewood Seller, Paris, 1746, Anne Claude de Tubieres after Edme Bouchardon, etching with some engraving

Bundled Firewood Seller, Paris (etching with some engraving) Anne Claude de Tubieres after Edme Bouchardon

polka dots. bedjacket. 1750 - 1770. Detail of "Painter's Studio" by Jan Jozef Horemans II (Flemish painter). Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- Belgium. 18th century Flemish costume. Yellow jacket with white dots. Brown petticoat. White cap with long pleated lappets.

1750 - Detail of "Tea Time" by Jan Jozef Horemans II (Flemish painter). Yellow jacket with white dots. White cap with long pleated lappets.

1731. Detail of "The Green Grocer" by Willem van Mieris. Her bedgown is brown with rust trimming. She does not wear a cap, even though she is out in public.  Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- Netherlands. 18th century Dutch costume. Jacket. Bedgown.

Detail of "The Green Grocer" by Willem van Mieris. Her bedgown is brown with rust trimming. She does not wear a cap, even though she is out in public.

1700 to 1719. Detail of "The Pancake Woman" by Willem van Mieris. Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- Netherlands. 18th century Dutch costume. Jacket. Bedgown.  Left: mustard-yellow bedgown with rust trim. Right: brown bedgown, rust skirt, blue apron.

1700 to Detail of "The Pancake Woman" by Willem van Mieris. Left: mustard-yellow bedgown with rust trim. Right: brown bedgown, rust skirt, blue apron.

1717. Detail of "De apotheker" (The Pharmacist) by Frans van Mieris. Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- Netherlands. 18th century Dutch costume. Jacket. Bedgown.  Her bedgown is striped, yellow and blue. Her apron is blue. She does not wear a cap; is she the wife of the pharmacist?

Detail of "De apotheker" (The Pharmacist) by Frans van Mieris.

Woman in a bedgown and patched petticoat, 1764

Working-class woman wears a short dress or bedgown, a patched and mended petticoat, and neckerchief, c. John Collet The Elopement detail - in Western fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 18th century bed jacket did not fade into oblivion at the stroke of the clock with the coming of the 19th century. This illustration was published in 1850, and the garment the woman is wearing would be period correct for 18th century wear, or by changing the name by which the garment was known from bed jacket to sack or sacque it remains correct through the 1860’s.

The 18th century bed jacket did not fade into oblivion at the stroke of the clock with the coming of the 19th century. This illustration was published in 1850, and the garment the woman is wearing would be period correct for 18th century wear, or by changing the name by which the garment was known from bed jacket to sack or sacque it remains correct through the 1860’s.

1705 - 1735. Detail of "A Boy Buying Chestnuts" by Willem van Mieris.  Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- Netherlands. 18th century Dutch costume. Jacket. Bedgown.  Bedgown is chocolate brown with a patch of rusty brown. Underneath she has pale red sleeves - is this another jacket, or tie-on sleeves? Blue apron. White kerchief tied over a white cap. Pale red fichu.

"A Boy Buying Chestnuts" (detail), by Willem van Mieris.


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