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He an animal in dem breeches. Raaaawr.  18th Century leopard skin breeches.

Man's leopard-print waistcoat and breeches, from a detail of "An Interior with Elegant Company" by Venceslao Verlin, via Two Nerdy History Girls

Elizabeth I

How historical figures would have looked today: Elizabeth I - A powerful no-nonsense female leader, Elizabeth might have straightened her hair in a powerful yet stylish short cropped style. Known for her love of fashion, she would be more likely to wear

Mr. Bean digitally infiltrating art history...LOL!

Catherine Brass Yates by Gilbert Stuart 1793

Portrait of a gentleman and his wife - Francis Wheatley

Portrait d'un gentilhomme et son épouse, avec un livre, par Francis Wheatley

Jean-Louis Voille Portrait of Elisaveta Alexandrovna Demidov 1791-92

Portrait of Elisaveta Alexandrovna Demidova, nee Stroganova, 1792 - Louise Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun

1768-1769 Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina (1751-1820) of Orange, nee Prussia by Johann Georg Ziesenis (Mauritshuis Museum, Den Haag)

Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina of Orange, nee Prussia painted in by Johann Georg Ziesenis (German-Danish, Mauritshuis Museum, Den Haag)

Portrait der Ehefrau des Johann Kaspar Enslin (Portrait of the Wife of Johann Kaspar Enslin), c. 1788 / Georg Anton Abraham Urlaub (1744-1788) À noter la capuche

Portrait der Ehefrau des Johann Kaspar Enslin (Portrait of the Wife of Johann Kaspar Enslin), c. 1788 / Georg Anton Abraham Urlaub À noter la capuche [Low neck, bows, and contrast trim.

The leopard-print breeches are fantastic! "An Interior with Elegant Company" by Venceslao Verlin, (flourished 1768- early 1780). The villa in the background is Medici Villa a Caiano in Tuscany.

The leopard-print breeches are fantastic! "An Interior with Elegant Company" by Venceslao Verlin, (flourished early The villa in the background is Medici Villa a Caiano in Tuscany.

Dancer and balletmaster Jean-Georges Noverre in jacket with leopard skin painted by Jean-Baptiste Perronneau, 1764. #dancefashion Via Louvre

“ Portrait of Jean-Georges Noverre Jean-Baptiste Perronneau ” Jean-Georges Noverre April 1727 – 19 October was a French dancer and balletmaster, and is generally.

18th century brunswick dress

century brunswick dress- wow, so ruffly!

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