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'Die Magd', 1896 von Henri Matisse (1869-1954, France)

Regency Priorities for Servants When Waiting on Women, via History of the 18th and 19th Centuries

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Costumes de Différent Pays, 'Servantes de Strasbourg' Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (France, 1757-1810) Labrousse (France, Bordeaux, active late 18th century) France, circa 1797

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Domestic Servants – Part 1 – Women

Also known as abigails, a ladies maid was preferably French, but more commonly English. She was responsible for dressing her mistress, caring for her mistress’ clothes, carrying messages, encouraging or discouraging her lovers, and accompanying her mistress on errands.

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Mantua

Mantua Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1740-1745 (made) 1920s (altered) Artist/Maker: Leconte (decorator) Giles, Magdalene (possibly, maker) Materials and Techniques: Ribbed silk with silver thread embroidery, couched and worked in satin stitch Museum number: T.227AB-1970 "The train is signed 'Rec'd of Mdme Leconte by me Magd. Giles'. The name Leconte has been associated with Huguenot embroideresses working in London between 1710 and 1746."

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Rare Paris 1937 Exposition Internationale Poster-Bottom was left blank for printing

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I really reall really really like this. I like the worn black, and the rustic, scarred table top. Me likie a lot.

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Portrait of a young woman, possibly Hannah, the artist's maid, holding a tea tray, Philip Mercier (c.1689-1760)

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