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Portrait of Miss Frances Vinicombe by John Opie 1790s

aquietsunday: Portrait of Miss Frances Vinicomber by John Opie

Mourning dress on the right. 1795-98 Mourning. Heideloff's gallery of fashion

1850 ... Mourning dress ... American ... silk ... PLEATED SKIRT, not gauged ... at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ... photo 2

John Collier - Mrs. Osborne. Date unknown. Oil on canvas, 127.8 x 76.1 cm Collection: Plymouth City Council: Museum and Art Gallery

Jet-beaded black silk mourning dress by Charlotte Duclos, French, ca. 1910. The elaborate but subtle beading on this mourning dress would have shimmered when new. The asymmetry of the charmeuse panel is indicative of the high fashion of the period. An example of extremely chic mourning attire for the evening, it features an element of subtle exposure: the beaded underpanel hidden by the charmeuse would have been revealed with the movement of the wearer.

Sir John Everett Millais (English, 1829–1896). Portia (Kate Dolan), 1886. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1906 (06.1328) #halloween #costume

Roman sculpture at the Hermitage. looks like someone i know ...

cymbals, State hermitage museum, russia

John Everett Millais, A Widow's Mite, 1870 - Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Pair of knee-breeches of machine-knitted beige silk. Pattern of vertical stripes. At the top are nine flat white metal buttons. At each knee are three small buttons covered with the same-coloured silk, and linen tapes for tying. There is a linen band as lining at waist.

Dress 1795-1805, British | Cotton | Metropolitan Museum