1861 (13 May) Lady Emily Pepys (there were two) by Camille Silvy Paul Frecker

Paul Frecker has this caption below the original image, "Possibly Emily Pepys (1833-1877), daughter of Henry Pepys, who was Bishop of Worcester from 1841 to 1860. Or possibly Lady Emily Pepys, author of Neighbourly Love (1867)."

From Paul Frecker; sepia tone removed (and re-added only to border) with Photoshop and the image size increased by half by gogm.

Lady Emily's dress has a belt, barely visible beneath the conspicuous column of buttons on her upward-flaring, pelisse, bodice.

Keywords:  1861, Silvy, Emily Pepys, British,straight coiffure, high neckline, collar, jacket bodice, buttons, three quarter length full over-sleeves, long full under-sleeves, pelisse bodice, natural waistline, crinoline, maxi-length skirt


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