Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave, Great Britain, 1892-1895. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Mrs Herbert Roberts, Lady Clwyd, is seen wearing the dress, which was probably from her trousseau, in George Clausen's 1894 portrait, now located at Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool (photo via BBC Your Paintings).

Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave, Great Britain, 1892-1895. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Mrs Herbert Roberts, Lady Clwyd, is seen wearing the dress, which was probably from her trousseau, in George Clausen's 1894 portrait, now located at Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool (photo via BBC Your Paintings).

Alexander Roslin (1718–1793)   Title	Portrait of Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1746-1804) 1760s

Alexander Roslin (1718–1793) Title Portrait of Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1746-1804) 1760s

The Princess Maria Amalia of Naples & Sicily (1782-1866). She was a daughter of King Ferdinando IV & III (later Ferdinando I of the Two Sicilies) and his wife, The Archduchess Maria Carolina of Austria. She was The Duchess of Orléans (1809-1830) and Queen of the French (1830-1848) as the wife of King Louis Philippe I. Her children were The Princes Ferdinand Philippe, Louis Charles, François Ferdiand, Henri Eugène, and Antoine Marie, and the Princesses Louise, Christine, and Clémentine.

The Princess Maria Amalia of Naples & Sicily (1782-1866). She was a daughter of King Ferdinando IV & III (later Ferdinando I of the Two Sicilies) and his wife, The Archduchess Maria Carolina of Austria. She was The Duchess of Orléans (1809-1830) and Queen of the French (1830-1848) as the wife of King Louis Philippe I. Her children were The Princes Ferdinand Philippe, Louis Charles, François Ferdiand, Henri Eugène, and Antoine Marie, and the Princesses Louise, Christine, and Clémentine.

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