1769 Viscountess Grimston, née Harriot Walter by Leon Pascal Glain
1760s hair. No gigantic hair yet at that point. I am finding a mix of softer curls like this, or tighter curls along the head, often with a braided crown. Not finding much left down, most paintings show it all pinned up.
Portrait of a Girl Holding a Spaniel by Alexander Roslin Probably mid-18th century
Pehr Hilleström "A woman is reading, the chambermaid brings tea, 1775."
Young Woman at Her Toilette Attributed to Niklas Lafrensen, called Nicolas Lavreince ca. 1780's
“A lady showing a bracelet miniature to her suitor” by Jean-François De Troy circa 1734 (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art)
rench paintings of ladies dressing and at their toilettes provide us with an insight of how dressing rooms were once constructed and used. ...
Mercier Philippe (French, 1689-1760) sleeves cut in one with the body garsault neckline
"Eine Kaffee Schenkerinn (Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Offering a Cup of Coffee", 1732, by Balthasar Denner (German, 1685-1749)