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Roman Costume History

Roman Costume History - The World of Roman Costume (Wisconsin Studies in Classics)
The World of Roman Costume (Wisconsin Studies in Classics)

Roman Costume History 2018

These essays survey, document and elucidate over a thousand years of Roman garments and accessories, from Etruscan influences to the transition to early Christian and medieval garb. Subjects include functional and symbolic uses, manufacture and industry, male, female and children's garb, and daily life and official dress..

  • Brand: Brand: University of Wisconsin Press
  • ASIN: 0299138542
Roman Costume History - Greek and Roman Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)
Greek and Roman Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)

Roman Costume History 2018

Rich assortment of clothing styles — from garments worn by the nobility of Crete (2000–1200 BC) to the apparel of a Roman senator and his family in the late Imperial Period (300–487 AD). Also includes colorable portraits of Greek peasants, Etruscan dancers, Roman gladiators wearing metal shoulder plates and chain mail, more..

  • Brand: Dover
  • ASIN: 0486415473
  • UPC: 800759415472
Roman Costume History - Costumes of the Greeks and Romans (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Costumes of the Greeks and Romans (Dover Fashion and Costumes)

Roman Costume History 2018

From headdresses to sandals, from warrior's armor to priestess's robes, the authentic costumes of people from all walks of life in the Roman and Greek civilizations are here pictured comprehensively and clearly. Three hundred finely drawn, detailed engravings (containing over 700 illustrations) show just what was worn by the poets, philosophers, priests and priestesses, peasants, Bacchanalians, emperors, generals, Amazons, and virgins of a bygone age.Carefully copied from ancient vases and statuary by Thomas Hope (1770–1831), a British collector and designer, these engravings combine an unusual clarity of style with unquestioned authenticity. Their range, too, is unusually great, for besides the many plates on the costumes of the Greeks and Romans, there are representative illustrations of the typical dress of such other civilizations as the Phrygian, Egyptian, Parthian, Etruscan, and Persian.In addition, scores of engravings are devoted to such now-forgotten objects as ancient musical instruments (the lyre, double flute, pipes of Pan, etc.), Bacchanalian implements, articles of furniture, women's trinkets and jewelry, sarcophagi, altars, and other adjuncts to ancient life.Such comprehensiveness makes this book indispensable to costume designers, stage fitters, and producers of....

  • Brand: Thomas Hope
  • ASIN: 0486200213
  • UPC: 800759200214
Roman Costume History - Ancient Greek, Roman & Byzantine Costume (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Ancient Greek, Roman & Byzantine Costume (Dover Fashion and Costumes)

Roman Costume History 2018

This scrupulously researched and abundantly illustrated book includes 315 drawings based on renderings by artists of the period to achieve utmost accuracy and authenticity.Included are elaborate examples of Aegean costume, Doric and Ionic styles of dress for women, Greek and Roman armor, graceful and intricately arranged Roman togas, the tunica — roomy, wide-sleeved apparel; and the pallium, a cloak-like garment. Ornate vestments of the Eastern Orthodox Church and Byzantine costumes are carefully described and portrayed, as are styles of hairdressing, jewelry, and other decorative elements.An excellent reference for the history classroom, the volume also includes instructions and flat patterns showing the cut of sample garments, making it easy for costume designers to reproduce period apparel. This book will be valuable as well to costume historians and art students interested in the development of representative art..

  • ASIN: 0486426106
  • UPC: 800759426102
Roman Costume History - Fashion (Oxford History of Art)
Fashion (Oxford History of Art)

Roman Costume History 2018

Following 150 years of fashion, Christopher Breward offers a catholic view of this colorful and flamboyant universe, describing its trends, products, and inhabitants. From Haute Couture, High Street, and developing fabric technology to such stars of the fashion heavens as Coco Chanel, Giorgio Armani, and Alexander McQueen, Breward explores territories far beyond style and function. He sees more than just an industry, giving voice to the larger cultural phenomenon fashion has become.Breward's discerning view captures the glamorous world of Vogue and advertising; the relationship between fashion and film, and fashion as a business; and goes beyond the surface to consider individual interaction with fashion. How have ideas about hygiene and comfort influenced the direction of style? How does dress create identity and status? Framing details of dandies, flappers, and punks within a clear overview of their respective periods, Breward takes a second look and casts everyday wear in a much different light. In addition to all the glitz and glamour, the book includes suggestions for further reading, a timeline marking important events in fashion, and a list of relevant museums and galleries. In all, it is the most valuable, accessible, and modern text on fashion today..

  • Brand: imusti
  • ASIN: 0192840304
Roman Costume History - Designing Identity: The Power of Textiles in Late Antiquity
Designing Identity: The Power of Textiles in Late Antiquity

Roman Costume History 2018

Ideals of character and beauty, and conceptions of self and society, were in flux during Late Antiquity, a period of extensive dramatic cultural upheaval for the Roman world, as the extraordinary growth of Christianity eclipsed paganism. Textiles from Late Antiquity document transformations of cultural traditions and societal values at the most intimate level of the individual body and the home. These textile artifacts are fragile, preserved only in arid conditions, often in fragments, and only rarely intact. The textiles selected for the exhibition Designing Identity at New York University's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World present an aesthetic of vibrant colors, fine materials, technical virtuosity of professional production, and variations on designs that display personal identity in the clothing of men, women, and children, as well as hopes for prosperity and protection in the textile furnishings of households. Prized for their artistry since the earliest discoveries beginning at the turn of the nineteenth century, such textiles were eagerly collected by designers, artists, scholars, museums, and captains of industry. This exhibition catalogue explores the parallel histories of ancient textile production and consumption, and the modern business of collecting Late ....

  • ASIN: 069116942X
Roman Costume History - Weavings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Egypt: The Rich Life and the Dance
Weavings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Egypt: The Rich Life and the Dance

Roman Costume History 2018

An ancient time brought to life by textiles While the monumental sculptures of ancient Egypt are more widely known, the simple pleasures of life as it was lived are better portrayed in textiles, which carried designs commemorating the joys of festivals, food, and dancing.  Weavings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Egypt presents 103 full-color images of the astonishing textile collection of Rose Choron, featuring rare examples from Egypt’s Coptic Christians as well as the Islamic period. Dating primarily from the third to seventh centuries, these hand-woven fabrics showcase colorful images of dancers, haloed saints with hands raised in prayer, and a plethora of flowers and animals evoking the bountiful ecology of the Nile Delta. Some display Arabic inscriptions celebrating divine power, and all offer insights into a lost world: people’s dress, their interior decoration, and their view of their relationship with the natural and supernatural worlds. Eunice Dauterman Maguire explains the work by providing a rich historical and mythic context, as well as detailed technical explanations. This volume also features a preface by Rose Choron herself, explaining the origins of the collection and the source of her fascination with the textiles..

  • ASIN: 1883015316
Roman Costume History - The Wearing of Costume: The Changing Techniques of Wearing Clothes and How to Move in Them, from Roman Britain to the Second World War
The Wearing of Costume: The Changing Techniques of Wearing Clothes and How to Move in Them, from Roman Britain to the Second World War

Roman Costume History 2018

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  • ASIN: 089676141X
Roman Costume History - Vintage Hats & Bonnets: Collectors ID & Value Guide 1770-1970
Vintage Hats & Bonnets: Collectors ID & Value Guide 1770-1970

Roman Costume History 2018

For centuries the hat has reflected the mood of its wearer and the spirit of its time. Hats are the crowning glory, the pinnacle, the grand finale of an outfit. Through history, when times were good, a joyous hat was a triumphant banner - when times were desperate, a brave hat could raise spirits. Vintage Hats & Bonnets is a time machine that follows the evolution of fashion from 1770 to 1970. The chapters are organized by decades and each has an historical overview, fashion overview, and hat descriptions, including information on materials, milliners, and designers of the day. Plus there's information on care, repair, and proper storage of hats. Just a few of the famous designers portrayed are Fortuny, Pengat, Patou, Olanvin, Paquin, Lelong, Schiaperelli, and Mary McFadden. 2004 values. REVIEW: This book, published in 1998, has been well received by vintage clothing collectors. Presented in a unique way, the book chronicles the history of hats and bonnets, accompanied by vintage photographs of women wearing the items. A must-have for collectors of vintage hats and clothing..

  • Brand: Brand: Collector Books
  • ASIN: 1574320289
Roman Costume History - Roman Dress and the  Fabrics of  Roman Culture (Phoenix Supplementary Volumes)
Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture (Phoenix Supplementary Volumes)

Roman Costume History 2018

Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture investigates the social symbolism and cultural poetics of dress in the ancient Roman world in the period from 200 BCE-400 CE. Editors Jonathan Edmondson and Alison Keith and the contributors to this volume explore the diffusion of Roman dress protocols at Rome and in the Roman imperial context by looking at Rome's North African provinces in particular, a focus that previous studies have overlooked or dealt with only in passing. Another unique aspect of this collection is that it goes beyond the male elite to address a wider spectrum of Roman society. Chapters deal with such topics as masculine attire, strategies for self-expression for Roman women within a dress code prescribed by a patriarchal culture, and the complex dynamics of dress in imperial Roman culture, both literary and artistic. This volume further investigates the literary, legal, and iconographic evidence to provide anthropologically-informed readings of Roman clothing.This collection of original essays employs a range of methodological approaches - historical, literary critical, philological, art historical, sociological and anthropological - to offer a thorough discussion of one of the most central issues in Roman culture..

  • ASIN: 1442610794

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