Late 18th & early 19th-century play wear for boys that consists of two pieces–a fitted jacket and trousers–that button together.
Soap Bubbles was the first of many paintings by Jean Siméon Chardin that depicted the life and curiosity of children. This painting combines his style of painting of everyday life with youth and innocence. In keeping with the subject, the clothing style is simple and unadorned basic everyday dress.
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