Here are the gentlemen that I've picked out. It took me a while to get these to post.
I found these paintings the same time as the others.
Shirt: white linen with ruffled cuff & collar
Cravat: white linen
Breeches: gold silk
Waistcoat: gold silk
Banyon: green & gold silk, lined with green silk
Cap: red silk
Stockings: white cotton / silk
Table, 2 books, curtain, chair.
I have nothing for this. It will take me a while to get the material, though I've got all of the patterns... I think I've even got the cap pattern somewhere.
Shirt: white linen, straight cuffs & collar, fabric covered wood buttons.
Sleeveless waistcoat: blue linen, pewter buttons
Table, carving / etching tools, tea pot & sand pillow.
I can do this one now. I just need a model.
Shirt: white linen, straight collar & cuffs
Waistcoat: red wool
Fall front breeches: brown leather
Leggings: brown leather
Moccasins: center seam, dark brown leather
Cloak/coat: green wool
Belt: leather with 2 belt bags
Antler handled knife
Walking stick, dog with leather collar
Standing in the woods.
This will be fairly easy to have done by the end of this summer... yet I find myself with the eternal problem of no male models.
The Ale House Door
Shirt: linen, plain collar & cuffs
Breeches: tan leather, drop front, wood or brass buttons
Waistcoat: white wool, pewter buttons
Coat: Gray wool, big pewter buttons
Neckercheif: tan cotton / linen
Stockings: white over breeches
Pipe, bag on a stick, dog.
Shift: white linen with tight sleeves
Jumps: brown linen
Petticoat: dark linen
Apron: dark green linen
Modesty cloth: striped silk
Cap: white linen
Necklace: black ribbon
Stockings: white cotton
Shoes: black leather
Ale tankard: ceramic
Standing in front of a dutch / english cottage door.
Robert & Gouverneur Morris
Shirt: white linen, ruffled cuff & collar
Sleeveless Waistcoat: wool
Sleeved Waistcoat: wool
Breeches: matching wool
Cravat: white linen
Bookshelf, desk, quill, document, curtain. One sitting, one standing.
Robert Morris (left) is one of my ancestors on my mother's side. My grandfather looked very much like him, except Frank's nose was quite a bit bigger. The cheeks have stayed with us through many generations.