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Robe à la Française (image 6) | French | 1750-75 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.59.29.1a, b

Robe à la Française (image 6) | French | 1750-75 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.59.29.1a, b

France, robe à la Française, cream silk open robe having silver metallic stripe and polychrome silk floral brocade, elbow length sleeve trimmed in knotted net with silk ribbon and tambour embroidered floral applique, neckline, bodice and skirt trimmed in metallic lace and ribbon flowers, 1774 - 1793

France, robe à la Française, cream silk open robe having silver metallic stripe and polychrome silk floral brocade, elbow length sleeve trimmed in knotted net with silk ribbon and tambour embroidered floral applique, neckline, bodice and skirt trimmed in metallic lace and ribbon flowers, 1774 - 1793

Robe à la Française Date: ca. 1760 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 60 in. (152.4 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1932

Robe à la Française Date: ca. 1760 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 60 in. (152.4 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1932

queenbee1924: ribbon embroidery | Ribbons, Roses,... - Le temps qui passe dans le jardin d'Eugénie

queenbee1924: ribbon embroidery | Ribbons, Roses,... - Le temps qui passe dans le jardin d'Eugénie

1762 - 1767, gown made of very thin, plain silk or taffeta with very fine stripes of red, blue and white which seen from afar, gives the impression of mauve. A white leaf pattern is woven into the fabric as well as floral sprays in various colours. Museum of London

1762 - 1767, gown made of very thin, plain silk or taffeta with very fine stripes of red, blue and white which seen from afar, gives the impression of mauve. A white leaf pattern is woven into the fabric as well as floral sprays in various colours. Museum of London

Detail, Robe à la Française, French, c 1780. Metropolitan Museum of Art.  The striped textile here is indicative of the change in aesthetics around 1765 to a more neoclassical taste, less florid than the silks of the decades prior to them.

Detail, Robe à la Française, French, c 1780. Metropolitan Museum of Art. The striped textile here is indicative of the change in aesthetics around 1765 to a more neoclassical taste, less florid than the silks of the decades prior to them.

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