The ancillary dressmaking trades in London are also considered, as are the international markets for London couture, and the impact of royal dress on high-end fashion. Photograph by Norman Parkinson. Mario Bucovich — Margaret Havinden, Private collection. This charming and modest autobiography gives a fascinating and detailed insight into the workings of a great fashion house, while revealing the private man behind the high-profile establishment.
It is also a unique portrait of the classic Paris haute couture of the s and offers a rare glimpse behind the scenes.
Dior details his childhood in Normandy, the family and friends closest to him, his most difficult years and sudden success, as well as his sources of inspiration and creative processes. Mariano Fortuny was a visionary designer and artist.
Best known today for his rich, innovative textiles and opulent dress designs, he was also an accomplished painter, etcher and photographer, as well as a designer of theatrical sets, costumes and lighting, revolutionizing the stagecraft of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries with his ambitious lighting designs. Guillermo de Osma provides a complete and authoritative account of his life and work.
For the first time these amazing objects are documented and made public here. The hangings are of two main types: large narrative pieces from Andhra Pradesh which tell stories from the Ramayana, the exploits of Krishna or tales connected with South Indian deities, and smaller pieces from Tamil Nadu.
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A single extraordinary Ramayana hanging from Sri Lanka is also included. All of the pieces are illustrated in their entirety, along with copious details that highlight the remarkable skill and regional styles of the narrative artists. This will also provide translations of all the Telugu and Tamil inscriptions that accompany the narratives, translated especially for this book. Anna L. Dallapiccola is an independent scholar and Honorary Professor at Edinburgh University.
Later they were joined by Walter Hoyle, printmaker and also a wallpaper designer; Marianne Straub, textile designer and weaver; illustrators and printmakers Bernard Cheese and his wife Sheila Robinson.
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Though the careers of Bawden and Ravilious are welldocumented, many of the other artists are less well-known but equally talented, and most have never featured in a significant publication. Dr Malcolm Yorke is a freelance writer and art historian with a special interest in 20th-century British art. Peyton Skipwith is an independent fine art consultant and Brian Webb is a designer and lecturer. Most were used to hold snuff — powdered tobacco — and were meant to be looked and admired from close-up.
These miniature masterpieces were a key accessory for every stylish man and woman in the eighteenth century, reflecting the culture and fashion of the period. Gold is the defining material of the fifty masterpieces presented here. Therefore the most surprising aspect for those first encountering such pieces is not only the variety of forms and decoration, but also the materials of these boxes, from porcelain to precious stones, enamel and mother-of-pearl. Echoing the shape of a gold box the book features some of the most beautiful boxes in the famous collection of Sir Arthur Gilbert and his first wife Rosalinde.
The collector couple ran a fashion business in London before moving to Los Angeles in Their passion for elegance, colour, beauty and craftsmanship is palpable in every single box. Gold Boxes explores the culture of the snuffbox for everyone intrigued by the period, its art and fashion, or rich symbolism.
Jean Guillaume George Kruger? Chrysoprase, gold, diamonds, hardstone and foil w. Frederick the Great, King of Prussia r. Eichler and B. Hubner Silver and engraving diam. Collecting Japanese objects from its founding in , the Museum has played a significant role in bringing the art of Japan to the attention of designers, manufacturers and the British public.
Ten chapters focus on subjects including religion and ritual; samurai military and aristocratic culture; the highly aestheticized tea ceremony, which has been a notable feature of Japanese culture from the Medieval period to the present day; Edo-period urban fashions including lacquer and fashionable dress; Ukiyo-e and the graphic arts prints, illustrated books, paintings, screens and contemporary photography ; exchanges with the West and participation in world exhibitions, right up to modern and contemporary crafts and product design, including high-tech design.
The excited citizens of Kickford and Goalbridge turn out for their annual football match only to have it cut short. It is left to the children of the town to come up with a plan to save the match. Ilaria Demonti is a freelance illustrator based in Milan. She is the illustrator of Sur le fil and Qui se cache dans la nuit? Stina does not like the cold.
In fact, she will go to any length to avoid it. Even in summer she will never go out without tights and socks that cover her knees. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Whilst on a routine trip to the library with her grandmother, 9-year-old Jenny accidentally discovers a letter hidden inside a library book. The contents of the mysteriously concealed envelope lead her to meet with a local boy, Ben, who as it happens, is no stranger to such strange happenings, and warns Jenny of the significance of her discovery.
But what is the den? And why is it so important that they find it? Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published April 7th by Childrens Books for Kindle. More Details Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Keys to the Golden Den , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Keys to the Golden Den. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters.
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