Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Victorian Illustration: A Woman With a Little Dog

It is a lovely day for a walk in the park for these ladies and their young children. There's just one thing, though. Who is this woman? There's certainly money in her world, enough to keep her looking up to date and comfortable, no matter the weather. Her parasol seems out of place in the picture, unless she's trying to preserve her white skin, as so many ladies did then. One good question might be, "But for whose eyes?" Is she a "kept woman"? All her accessories spell "French dressmaker," or "French Maid." A curiosity, no?
Happy Creativity!
Rose & Studio Friends

Victorian Mystery Woman
Black & White
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Original Patina
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Scanned Imagery courtesy PPS Archives
Free for Public Domain Use



8 comments:

Frenchy said...

The French Obsession party is on on the 1st ! glad to see you link up and thanks for the book selection. I surely will check it out !
Love the pictures by the way !
Xo
Frenchy

Plush Possum Studio said...

We are priming ourselves and will be ready in time for this Friday!!!! See you there!
And here, I guess, too!! LOL
Rose

Sandi said...
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Taluula said...

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. Glad to find you.

Plush Possum Studio said...
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Plush Possum Studio said...

Taluula:We're glad to find you too!
;)

Painting Tips and Tricks said...

This is such a great site! I like the way you set this up! Great content and images as well! Thanks for sharing this! Great works!...Daniel

Plush Possum Studio said...

Daniel: it's our pleasure! Glad you could stop on by!
Rose

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