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"La Jupe relevée" by François Boucher, 1760s. my fav pose to welcome the saddistic snoopers

Makeup, then. François Boucher, Madame de Pompadour (detail of hand), oil on canvas, 1750

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detail, Louis Jean François Lagrenée

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Françoise Duparc La marchande de tisane. 1778

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"La Toilette intime" or "Une Femme qui pisse", by François Boucher, 1760s. She is using a Bourdaloue - chamber pot for ladies - a necessary item when wearing panniers and layers of petticoats. Here is more on the subject from the fab twonerdyhistorygirls site: http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.co.nz/2010/06/useful-necessary-bourdaloue.html

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Suit (men), 1780, Switzerland. Pink silver brocade with rich embroidery in gold. Consisting of Frockcoat, waistcoat and breeches. Silk embroidered. Swiss National Museum.

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The dressing room, 19th Century French gouache painted in the manner of the 18th century French artist, Pierre Antoine Baudoin

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"Hercules and Omphale" by Boucher.

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à partir de Jane Austen's World

An 18th Century Lady’s Toilette: Hours of Leisurely Dressing and Private Affairs

Boilly, La Toilette Intime ou la Rose Effeuille. Image @Wikimedia Commons Notice the feather duster hung behind her. Also note the placement of her shoe heals which are very difficult to find today.

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