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Ensemble c. 1775  American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy for years than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum 2

Ensemble c. 1775 American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy for years than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum 2

Ensemble c. 1775  American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum  4

Ensemble c. 1775 American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum 4

Ensemble c. 1775  American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum  5

Ensemble c. 1775 American Silk This dress is considerably less gaudy than continental and English clothing of the period. Yet, it is not lacking in sumptuousness. Rather, the green Spitalfields damask, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite about 1743-45, is richly displayed. One could argue that the relative simplicity engenders more delight in the dress's inherent voluptuousness. The outfit includes matching shoes. Metropolitan Museum 5

Baby blue sleeved waistcoat, 1747, England, design by Anna Maria Garthwaite, manufactured by Peter Lekeux, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Baby blue sleeved waistcoat, 1747, England, design by Anna Maria Garthwaite, manufactured by Peter Lekeux, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Design, c.1730, Anna Maria Garthwaite, V collection - I like the interplay and relationship between the scale of the larger elements and smaller patterns within

Design for a woven silk

Design, c.1730, Anna Maria Garthwaite, V collection - I like the interplay and relationship between the scale of the larger elements and smaller patterns within

Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour. Spitalfields, London, England, c.1735-36.

Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour. Spitalfields, London, England, c.1735-36.

Anna Maria Garthwaite,Spitalfields, England (made)ca. 1730 (made)

Anna Maria Garthwaite,Spitalfields, England (made)ca. 1730 (made)

Anna Maria Garthwaite (b. Harston, Leicestershire, 14 March 1688[2] – October 1763) was an English textile designer known for creating vivid floral designs for silk fabrics hand-woven in Spitalfields near London in the mid-18th century.

Anna Maria Garthwaite (b. Harston, Leicestershire, 14 March 1688[2] – October 1763) was an English textile designer known for creating vivid floral designs for silk fabrics hand-woven in Spitalfields near London in the mid-18th century.

Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour on paper. Spitalfields, London, England, c.1742.

Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour on paper. Spitalfields, London, England, c.1742.

Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite. Spitalfields, London, 18th century

Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite. Spitalfields, London, 18th century

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