These simple line drawings I made below show how the redingote silhouette changed over the years
from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century. These line drawings
are ideal for school use for colouring in pictures and may be downloaded for
school use only.
They must not be reproduced on other websites.
I will be adding more line drawings as time permits. To use the
pictures left click on each thumbnail and save the enlarged picture to your
folder called My Pictures. Enlarge them by inserting them into a Word
document or importing them into Paint Shop Pro or similar graphics software.
Timeline of Riding Dress
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