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Listed under:  Arts  >  Drama (Arts)  >  Performance space  >  Stages (Theatre)  >  Theatre in the round

Dress with accessories, c1820s-40s

This is a dove-coloured 'going away' dress with shoes and bonnet. The dress was made in the 1820s, then remodelled in about 1840. It is made of silk taffeta and is 132 cm long and 47 cm across at the shoulders. The 'poke' bonnet was made by James Robson Millinery and Lace Depot, England, around 1840, from buckram, a silk ...


'Medieval'-style dress by Mariano Fortuny, c1920

This is a 'medieval'-style dress designed in about 1920 by Italian designer Mariano Fortuny. Made in silk and silk velvet, this tunic-style garment, 155 cm in length, falls with a slight flare from the shoulders to the floor. It has a square neckline and long straight sleeves. The centre front (and back) velvet panels of ...


Hula Girls, Imagining Paradise, 2005: Gauguin's paradise

This clip shows parts of an interview with art historian Stephen Eisenman discussing the life, times and artworks of the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin. Intercut with shots of paintings by Gauguin that illustrate Eisenman's analysis is footage of Eisenman discussing Gauguin's Tahitian period, when the artist ...