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Christine Wilhelmine Auguste Geissler by C.G.H. Gissler 1800

Posted by on April 11, 2016

Christine Wilhelmine Auguste Geissler_CGH Gissler_1800Christian Gottfried Heinrich Geißler (1770-1884)

Detail: garden, plants, flower pot, empire dress, gown, ladies shoes, necklace, fishue, lace, formal gardens

 

3 Responses to Christine Wilhelmine Auguste Geissler by C.G.H. Gissler 1800

  1. Jeffrey robinson

    Women can look pretty in anything across time. However I have to say the empire style is the most feminine best looking outfit a lady can wear

    • Parker Brown-Nesbit

      Quite agree with you, Jeffrey. I *love* Empire-era dresses. Not only are they feminine, but it’s so nice not to have to wear layers (especially in a South Carolina summer!). Also, very easy to weave in.

  2. Morgan Gardner

    I have a question regarding the darker spots along the ridge of her
    nose. Are these just spots on the print, or an indication of some sort of disease?

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