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c. 1660 woman's bodice - beautiful metallic thread brocade.

This Cavalier gentleman has a falling band style collar, most likely attached to his shirt. His doublet features paned sleeves, as well as paning in the upper torso. The peplum of his doublet is truly a series of wide pecadils (individual tabs attached at the waistline). His breeches--tapering to the knee--are softly constructed. He wears boots, which are the most common footwear for men during this period. His boots have a deep cuff just below the knee (most likely this is shown here in…

Anthony van Dyck [Flemish Baroque Era Painter, 1599-1641] Portrait of Lord John Stuart and his brother Lord Bernard Stuart (later Earl of Li...

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Drawing 30 - Noble Gentlewoman of England

Women's Fashions of the 17th Century: Drawing 30 - Noble Gentlewoman of England