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DIY Fendi Frill by honestlywtf: Check out the excellent frill pattern which makes this almost effortless!
DIY Fendi Frill. genius, wish I knew someone in Boston who had a sewing machine.
Google Image, 8Pts Jabot, Dance Costumes, Century Jabots, Costume Design, Jabot Google
21st century. Jabots continue to be worn as part of the highest formal Scottish evening attire and a former part of Scottish highland dance costumes from the 1930s to the 1970s. They are usually worn with high-necked jackets or doublets , often with matching cuffs for both genders and a fly plaid of the same tartan as the kilt, draped over-the-shoulder for men.
8pts...Jabot collar-A standing collar with a pleated, ruffled, or lace-trimmed frill down the front. (Thet Htet Naing FMM 1B1)
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This is an example of a jabot collar becasue it is a small standing collar with lacy, ruffled or pleated trimming.
Pastel„ autoportrait par Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1704-1788). lHauteur : 0.645 m., Longueur : 0.535 m.. Source
'Self portrait' (1751) by French Rococo painter Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1704-1788). Pastel on paper, 65 x 53 cm. collection Musée de Picardie, Amiens. via Web Gallery of Art
Maurice Quentin de La Tour - Self portrait, 1751 French Rococo painter (1704-1788). Pastel on paper, 65 x 53 cm. collection Musée de Picardie, Amiens. via Web Gallery of Art
EL SIGLO DE LAS LUCES. PINTURA, MAURICE QUENTIN DE LA TOUR. (1704-1788) Destacado retratista francés. Trabajó principalmente con la técnica de la pintura al pastel. Dentro de sus clientes más afamados se encuentran Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Luis XV y Madame de Pompadour. En 1750 fue nombrado consejero de la Real Academia de Pintura y Escultura de Luis XV de Francia.
DOUG ---FIDGET Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1704–1788) "Autoportrait au jabot de dentelle" circa 1751. Pastel on paper 64.5 × 53.5 cm (25.4 × 21.1 in). Current location: Musée de Picardie
Maurice-Quentin Delatour, Self-portrait with lace jabot, c.1751
Maurice Quentin de La Tour - 1704-1788 - self-portrait
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selfportrait with lace jabot( jabot de dentelle) c.1755 pastel on paper 64.5 × 53.5 cm Musée de Picardie in Amiens est.1802_#Maurice Quentin de La Tour (*1704 St.Quentin-Aisne+1788 St.Quentin) French Rococo portraitist who worked primarily with pastels. Among his most famous subjects were Voltaire, Rousseau, Louis XV and Madame de Pompadour.He was son of a musician who disapproved of his taking up painting. At the age of fifteen La Tour went to Paris, where he entered the studio of the Flemish painter Jacques Spoede. He then went to Rheims(1724)➡England(1725)➡Paris(c.1727) to resume his studies.After his return to Paris, he began working with pastels.In 1737 La Tour exhibited the first of a splendid series of 150 portraits that served as one of the glories of the Paris Salon for the next 37 years. Endowing his sitters with a distinctive charm and intelligence, he excelled at capturing the delicacy of their features. In many of his self-portraits he depicts himself smiling; Laura Cumming states of La Tour that "where other artists make heavy weather of portraying themselves, he takes the task lightly and seems to have produced more glad-faced self-portraits than any other artist". In 1746 La Tour was received into the Académie de peinture et de sculpture and in 1751 was promoted to councillor. He was made portraitist to the king in 1750 and held this position until 1773, when he suffered a nervous breakdown. For a time the painter Joseph Ducreux was his only student. La Tour founded an art school and became a philanthropist before being confined to his home because of mental illness. He retired at the age of 80 to Saint-Quentin where he died .