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Self-portrait, 1826, by Giuseppe Tominz (Italian, 1790–1866).

Self-portrait, by Giuseppe Tominz (Italian,

1810-1825, Pants had been slowly creeping into fashion for a good decade. It was only at this point that they became standard for casual & semicasual wear for young men with any pretensions to fashion. However, style had not yet settled down; see how loose the ones are in the image above, which the man has stuffed into his boots, versus the leggings that this man wears. Difference between men's slippers & women's was that mens seem to have had higher, straighter cut across top

1810-1825, Pants had been slowly creeping into fashion for a good decade. It was only at this point that they became standard for casual & semicasual wear for young men with any pretensions to fashion. However, style had not yet settled down; see how loose the ones are in the image above, which the man has stuffed into his boots, versus the leggings that this man wears. Difference between men's slippers & women's was that mens seem to have had higher, straighter cut across top

Watercolor drawing of John David Minot by Rufus Porter circa 1816-25

Watercolor drawing of John David Minot by Rufus Porter circa I am both in awe and a little bit intimidated by this man's hair. Also a super-cool wather color

Portrait of a little black dress about 1820. Take that, Coco Chanel.

Anna Maria Smyth Sarah Miriam Peale 1821 Oil on canvas Artistically trained in Philadelphia by her father James and uncle Charles, Sarah Peale is frequently distinguished as the first.

Savitsky, Konstantin (1844-1905) - 1897 Monk Inok. Zippertravel.com

Artist: Konstantin Apollonovich Savitsky - "Monk Inok" (c. Konstantin Apollonovich Savitsky was a Russian realist painter born in the city of Taganrog in the village Frankovka or Baronovka