This post is the second of two, on fashions of the early and mid-17th century, during the lifetimes of William and Mary Barrett Dyer and Anne and William Hutchinson. I tried to cover the various social strata. Part one of the fashion parade is HERE.
|25. 1630s: Posthumous Portrait of Mary Fielding, |
by Anthony Van Dyck
26. Lady Penelope Nicholas Wearing a Brown Dress and White Chemise
27. 1630s: Portrait of Miss May, by John Michael Wright
28. 1637: Lucy Percy, Countess of Carlisle.
Her husband was governor of Barbados.
29. 1638: Anne Carr, Countess of Bedford
30. 1640s: Frances, Lady Whitelock, 1614-1649, by Michael Dahl
31. 1649-Gloves worn to his execution by King Charles I
32. 1640s: A royalist's child is interrogated by Roundheads
"When did you last see your father?"
33. 1640s-Esther Tradescant and son detail,
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
Was Esther murdered for her husband's valuable
34. English puritan children
35. Dutch colonists in New Netherland (New York)
36. 1640s-50s: Lady Elizabeth Cromwell, daughter of Oliver Cromwell
37. 1655: Woman Writing a Letter, by Gerard Terborch
38. Woman Reading a Letter, by Jan Vermeer
39. A woman arranging flowers, by William Bradford.
|40. 1650s-60s: Lady Elizabeth Cromwell|
41. ca 1630s: Anna Dalkeith, Countess of Morton and Lady Anna Kirk
42. ca 1640s-50s: Anne Dudley Bradstreet, 1612-1672,
Massachusetts Bay Colony pioneer. Her father was
Governor Thomas Dudley, and her husband,
Simon Bradstreet, also became governor.
43. 1660: Portrait of a Lady with an Ostrich-feather Fan,
44. 1670s: Elizabeth Clarke Freake and Baby Mary
46. Late 1600s (or more likely early 1700s): An English family group.
Notice the extended family of grandparents, adult children, and grandchildren.
47. 1660s-Man and woman holding hands
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