Irene Cahen d'Anvers, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Irene Cahen d'Anvers, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Irene Cahen d'Anvers, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir A replica of this painting hung in my room while I was growing up.mainly because I had long red hair like hers. I know it's named "Irene" but we called her Lisa.

Sewing ~ William-Adolphe Bouguereau 1898......In the late 19th century, and, indeed well into the 20th, sewing was considered a necessary accomplishment for any woman, and young girls were trained in it from a young age. This painting captures a young girl practicing this art

Sewing, Needlework and Other Textiles in Art

Sewing ~ William-Adolphe Bouguereau 1898......In the late 19th century, and, indeed well into the 20th, sewing was considered a necessary accomplishment for any woman, and young girls were trained in it from a young age. This painting captures a young girl practicing this art

Feeding The Chickens by Jacob Henricus Maris (1837 - 1899, Dutch)

Jacob Henricus Maris (1837 – 1899, Dutch)

We Make History: An Introduction to Gentlemen's Fashions of the Regency Era. wemakehistory.com

We Make History: An Introduction to Gentlemen's Fashions of the Regency Era. wemakehistory.com

Coral necklaces in Regency paintings~ The tradition of giving children coral necklaces continued through the 19th century, as shown in this detail of a late 18th century John Hoppner painting of one of the Sackville girls. The gemstone was considered a guardian of sorts, protecting children from illnesses like stomachaches, fever, typhus, smallpox, and rickets. The mala beads were polished to a smooth sheen and matched in color.

Coral Necklaces, Regency Style

Coral necklaces in Regency paintings~ The tradition of giving children coral necklaces continued through the 19th century, as shown in this detail of a late 18th century John Hoppner painting of one of the Sackville girls. The gemstone was considered a guardian of sorts, protecting children from illnesses like stomachaches, fever, typhus, smallpox, and rickets. The mala beads were polished to a smooth sheen and matched in color.

The Three Brothers, the Sons of Thomas Dallas by George Watson (Scottish 1767–1837)

The Three Brothers, the Sons of Thomas Dallas by George Watson (Scottish 1767–1837)

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Sir-Henry-Raeburn-The-Binning-Children-Detail-mid-length.jpg (520×390)

Henry_Raeburn_–_‘The_Allen_Brothers’_(Portrait_of_James_and_John_Lee_Allen),_early_1790s,_Oil_on_canvas,_Kimbell_Art_Museum.jpg (600×785)

Henry_Raeburn_–_‘The_Allen_Brothers’_(Portrait_of_James_and_John_Lee_Allen),_early_1790s,_Oil_on_canvas,_Kimbell_Art_Museum.jpg (600×785)

'The_Elphinston_Children'_by_Henry_Raeburn,_Cincinnati_Art_Museum.JPG (2405×3128)

'The_Elphinston_Children'_by_Henry_Raeburn,_Cincinnati_Art_Museum.JPG (2405×3128)


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Henry Raeburn – ‘The Allen Brothers’ (Portrait of James and John Lee Allen), early 1790s, Oil on canvas, Kimbell Art Museum - Henry Raeburn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Henry Raeburn – ‘The Allen Brothers’ (Portrait of James and John Lee Allen), early 1790s, Oil on canvas, Kimbell Art Museum - Henry Raeburn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Seamstress...this is the print I bought at the Cliffs of Moher that made me aware of this artist...slj

The Seamstress...this is the print I bought at the Cliffs of Moher that made me aware of this artist...slj

Coral necklaces in Regency paintings~ The tradition of giving children coral necklaces continued through the 19th century, as shown in this detail of a late 18th century John Hoppner painting of one of the Sackville girls. The gemstone was considered a guardian of sorts, protecting children from illnesses like stomachaches, fever, typhus, smallpox, and rickets. The mala beads were polished to a smooth sheen and matched in color.

Coral Necklaces, Regency Style

Coral necklaces in Regency paintings~ The tradition of giving children coral necklaces continued through the 19th century, as shown in this detail of a late 18th century John Hoppner painting of one of the Sackville girls. The gemstone was considered a guardian of sorts, protecting children from illnesses like stomachaches, fever, typhus, smallpox, and rickets. The mala beads were polished to a smooth sheen and matched in color.

Portrait of Sir George Sinclair of Ulbster (1790–1868), as a Child, c.1796-97 by Sir Henry Raeburn (Scottish 1756-1823)

Portrait of Sir George Sinclair of Ulbster (1790–1868), as a Child, c.1796-97 by Sir Henry Raeburn (Scottish 1756-1823)

Thomas Gainsborough - Blue Boy Fine Art Print (55.88 x 71.12 cm) The Poster Corp http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000EK5GPU/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_vcH.ub0048YSD

Thomas Gainsborough - Blue Boy Fine Art Print (55.88 x 71.12 cm) The Poster Corp http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000EK5GPU/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_vcH.ub0048YSD

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French-born New Orleans artist, 1790–1866) Two Children

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French-born New Orleans artist, 1790–1866) Two Children

Vintage  Lithograph TEXTURED PRINT Museum by CountryMileCottage

Vintage TEXTURED Chums PRINT Museum Print Edition Little Girl Holding Her Cat "CHUMS" By Jane Freeman 11"x14"

Vintage Lithograph TEXTURED PRINT Museum by CountryMileCottage

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