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Mme. Françoise Athénaïs Montespan (1641-1707) was the mistress of Louis XIV. She was maid of honor to Queen Marie Thérèse, his Queen. She bore the king several children. Their education was entrusted to Mme. de Maintenon, who succeeded her in the king’s favor. Montespan was a demon in the advancement of her bastards by Louis, all of whom were given titles and great wealth. It took years to get rid of her.

Françoise Athénaïs Montespan was the mistress of Louis XIV. She was maid of honor to Queen Marie Thérèse, his Queen. She bore the king several children. Their education was entrusted to Mme. de Maintenon, who succeeded her in the king’s favor.

brocaded cinnamon satin robe à la française, circa 1770, with sacque back, compères;, ruched robings to the front, partly lined in striped shot silk, matching petticoat, Alterations to bodice generally, let out at side arm holes, look altered but lining conceals. Petticoat has been relined in calico. Original patched striped silk taffeta lining.

A brocaded cinnamon satin robe à la française, circa with sacque back compères formed from joined panels of the fabric, ruched robings to the front, partly lined in striped shot silk, matching petticoat

Mme. Françoise Athénaïs Montespan (1641-1707) was the mistress of Louis XIV. She was maid of honor to Queen Marie Thérèse, his Queen. She bore the king several children. Their education was entrusted to Mme. de Maintenon, who succeeded her in the king’s favor.

Françoise Athénaïs Montespan was the mistress of Louis XIV. She was maid of honor to Queen Marie Thérèse, his Queen. She bore the king several children. Their education was entrusted to Mme. de Maintenon, who succeeded her in the king’s favor.

A história da moda e sua relação com a sociedade

A história da moda e sua relação com a sociedade

Marie Antoinette in court dress by George Stuart (Museum of Ventura County - Santa Paula, California USA). George Stuart appears to begin with Vigée-Lebrun's ca. 1778 portrait and added the ship coiffure, also appropriate for

Marguerite de Valois Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart. Visit Our Site For More Information:http://www.galleryhistoricalfigures.com/figuredetail.php?abvrname=MargueritedeValois

About Marguerite de Valois aka. Margaret of France from Historical Figures of France. Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart. Catelog name MargueritedeValois.

Before the Automobile: 1660's dress

I have always had a fondness for Dutch paintings from the and the My favorite is Ter Borch, but Gabriël Metsu has painted my .

Françoise Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, named "Athénaïs" or also "Mademoiselle de Tonnay-Charente" (1640-1707) became La Marquise de Montespan when she maried Louis Henri de Pardaillan de Gondrin. Mistress and favorite of Louis XIV.

Françoise Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, named "Athénaïs" or also "Mademoiselle de Tonnay-Charente" (1640-1707) became La Marquise de Montespan when she maried Louis Henri de Pardaillan de Gondrin. Mistress and favorite of Louis XIV.

Side view, robe à la francaise, 1750-1760. Green silk lampas with white floral motifs and leafs.

Love that there is still a defined lower back and waist. Robe à la française (side view): ca. French, silk damask taffeta, lined with linen, trimmed.

Portrait de dame en grand costume (i.e. in a robe de cour) ; elle tient un éventail ouvert.  Late 17th century

While the fashion for the gentleman of quality did not change too much over the years, those of the

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