Embroidery - Laura McKellar
Inspiration, Laura Mckellar, Masks, Graphics Design, Collage, Parties Decor Ideas, Crafts Parties, Embroidery Art, Fabrics Art
Embroidered Wonderland Laura Mckellar | inspiration как пример. но не как образец для подражания
Etsy Craft Party Decoration Ideas! #EdinburghEtsyTeam
Laura McKellar Embroidery Art .Melbourne, Australia is the home of graphic designer and illustrator Laura McKellar. Her embroidery art really caught my eye! To start, I liked these photos of stylish retro women with their hairspray-laden bouffants. Laura worked her magic and added an extraordinary floral hat, or a funky mask, embroidering it to add depth, detail and pizzazz! mypaisleyworld.blogspot.com
Antiques Art, Lace Maker, Italian Lace, 1800S Italian, Creations Inspiration, Italian Women, Burano Italy, Burano Lace, Di Burano
Lace makers at work in Burano, Italy
Lace makers. Scuola di merletto nell’isola di Burano, 1954 (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images) Lace School in Burano Island, 1954 (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)
Burano Lace Makers - For the creation of a large piece of Burano lace at least 5 ladies were needed to complete the lace artwork
Italian women and their lace
1800s ITALIAN LACE TABLECLOTH Antique by PatriceJoliesChoses, $16000.00
The Antique Art of Lace-Making
Embroidery called "Spanish work", based on the belief that Catherine of Aragon brought many garments from Spain.
Queen Elizabeth, 16Th Century, Elizabeth Brydg, Maids Of Honour, Dogs, Hieronimo Custody, Daughters, Age 14, Elizabeth I
Embroidery called "Spanish work", based on the belief that Catherine of Aragon brought many garments from Spain. 16th century.
Signed and dated portrait of Elizabeth Brydges, aged 14, daughter of Giles Brydges, 3rd Baron Chandos, and maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I of England by Hieronimo Custodis (Flemish, ?-ca. 1593), 1589. Woburn Abbey, Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
1589-98: Elizabeth Brydges, later Lady Kennedy, daughter of Lord Chandos and maid of honour to Elizabeth I, aged 14 by Hieronimo Custodis. Note: THICK loop-in-loop chain, old-fashioned Henrician lattice necklace, pinned and bejeweled to the max. Daddy trying to sell her off to the highest bidder, poor baby. If the jewels wasn't enough, the dove and white flower advertise her virginity and dog her loyalty.
Giuseppe Gambarini · "Women Embroidering" (1700)
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History of cross stitch and embroidery. Table of Giuseppe Gambarini, Italian painter who lived between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Diego Velázquez · "La costurera" (1640)
Oil Paintings, Diego Velázquez, Oil On Canvas, Art, Needlewoman, Sewing Pillows, National Galleries, Diego Velazquez, Diegovelazquez
1640 Spain: The Needlewoman, Diego Velazquez (on her sewing pillow) National Gallery of Art, Washington
Diego Velázquez, The Needlewoman c. 1640 (140 Kb); Oil on canvas, 74 x 60 cm (29 1/8 x 23 5/8 in); National Gallery of Art, Washington.
Francisco Goya's Oil Painting: 'Needle Woman'
Catherine of Aragon, using the "Spanish work"
1560 S, Margaret Clifford, Charles Brandon, Ladies Margaret, Unknown Ladies, 1560S, Mary Tudor, Elizabethan Costumes, Hans Eworth
Hans Eworth (circa 1520–1574?) Title Portrait of an unknown lady (possibly Margaret Clifford, Lady Strange) Date 1565-1568
Lady Margaret Clifford
A picture of an unknown lady with a made up coat of arms (Tate Britain). It is late 1560s by Hans Eworth. Elizabethan white face was fashionable, there is a jet black background to accentuate the face, no modelling of the face, and a brightly lit white oval face.
Lady Eleanor Brandon (this portrait could also be her daughter, Margaret Clifford) b.1519 d. 27 September 1547 (aged 28), is the daughter of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon. She marries Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland. 3 issue.
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes · "La maja desnuda" (1800)
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Francisco de Goya, La maja desnuda, 1790-1800, 98 cm × 191 cm, Museo del Prado. Curiosidad: la Maja desnuda fue pintada antes que la Maja vestida pero era considerada pornografía en esa época. Más tarde se le encargó a Goya una “tapadera” creando así la Maja vestida. Mediante un sistema de bisagras la maja vestida tapaba a la maja desnuda, que tan solo necesitaba que se levantase el primer cuadro para ser vista.
Spanish Painting by Fransisco DeGoya...
Francisco Goya "La Maja desnuda" 1800, olio su tela; 95 cm × 190 cm; Museo del Prado, Madrid.
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres · "The Valpinçon Bather" (1808)