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This original drawing is one in my series of Regency fashion drawings. It shows three 1802 dresses, a morning dress, an afternoon dress and an evening gown.

I wanted to show in one drawing what a typical regency lady (such as Elizabeth Bennet) would wear on a daily basis. In the morning you would wear a morning dress at home, change into a walking dress to go for a stroll or make a morning visit to a neighbor, and for dinner, or a ball, an evening gown. You can compare the dresses in this drawing with the ones in the first in the series (1812) https://www.etsy.com/transaction/75472228 or (1807) https://www.etsy.com/transaction/75472229
and see how Regency fashions went from simple Greek sculpture inspired gowns, to more elaborate ones of later Regency period. There are more drawings comnig

It measures 8"x10" and comes to you unframed, but can be framed for additional charge.

Regency Series, year 1802, original 8x10 pencil drawing

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  • Materials: pencil, drawing paper
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