For the cap, fichu and jacket. Looks like this is showing a merchant selling ribbons? Trying to find the original source of this painting by Pehr Hilleström (18 November 1732 – 13 August 1816), Sweden.
1737. Detail of "La Récureuse" (the scrubber) by André Bouys. Women -- Clothing & dress -- 1700-1799 -- France. 18th century French costume. The jacket style called a "bedgown" did not have shoulder seams, so this must be a different type of jacket, or a full gown.
Cookware Peddler Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus (French, Paris 1692–1765 Paris)
1725 - 1765. 'Vier Jahreszeiten - Herbst' (four seasons - autumn" by Johann Christian Fiedler (1697 - 1765). State Museum of Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany
Colonial Baker, 18th C
Colonial Baker, 18th C Photograph - Colonial Baker, 18th C Fine Art ...
11. "King, 'Why, then, young Bertram take her; she's thy wife.'" (ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL — Act II. Scene 3) —— Norman Price Illustrations: Tales from Shakespeare
"A Girl Knitting" Attributed to André Bouys (Hyères 1656-1740 Paris); oil on canvas 36½ x 28½ in. Being sold to augment funds at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.