3 edition of The wearing of costume found in the catalog.
The wearing of costume
Ruth M. Green
|Statement||[by] Ruth M. Green.|
|Series||Theatre and stage series|
|LC Classifications||GT730 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 171 p.|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||66073440|
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The Wearing of Costume: The Changing Techniques of Wearing Clothes and How to Move in Them, from Roman Britain to the Second World War Paperback – November 1, /5(3). Basically, it's just a book with pictures of clothing that is grouped together intelligently, yet seems to exhibit no real research or academic knowledge of Costume History.
HOWEVER Out of all of the Costume History books I own (and I own them all, lemme tell ya!) this is by far away the most gorgeous in terms of presentation; costumes appear clearly and Cited by: 3.
The book contains detailed drawings of men, women, and children wearing examples of clothing from every period. Some of the most eye-catching trends in costume history are featured, including knights' armor from the thirteenth century, the exaggeratedly pointed shoes worn in the fifteenth century, and the curled and powdered wigs of the eighteenth century/5(6).
Itch. This book isn't all girlie though. Costume design for film isn't just for women. It touches on James Dean's red jacket, finding the perfect hat for Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, and even getting to the cool capes and costumes in Lord of the Rings. It is a beautiful book. It's a classic coffee table book because it' so bigCited by: 7.
A costume book is a collection of images or figures of dress worn by different people of different ranks and places. It emerged as a pictorial genre in the sixteenth century in Europe. Earlier costume books include figures from around the world.
They are sometimes accompanied by text describing The wearing of costume book costume and customs. Starting about 1/3 of the way through the book there are chapters on ballet, irish dance, ballroom dance, etc. and are very useful if that's the type of costuming you're involved with.
The photographs of the costumes used in historical re-enactments are simply, amazing, and probably useful if that's what you're looking for/5(10). - Explore marcitate's board "Book Character Dress Up Day", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Book characters dress up, Character dress up and Book character costumes pins.
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The wearing of costume: the changing techniques of wearing clothes and how to move in them: from Roman Britain to the Second World War.
[Ruth M Green]. Costume is the distinctive style of dress of an individual or group that reflects class, gender, profession, ethnicity, nationality, activity or epoch. The term also was traditionally used to describe typical appropriate clothing for certain activities, such as riding costume, swimming costume, dance costume, and evening riate and acceptable costume is.
Best Practical Historic Costuming Books Best, clearest, friendliest books with really useful pictures, instructions, and/or techniques, and especially ones with patterns. Please do not add picture books, especially ones where the author has simply drawn a bunch of people standing around in historic costume.
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Books shelved as costume-design-fashion-history: The Cut of Women's Clothes: by Norah Waugh, Adorned in Dreams: Fashion and Modernity by Elizab. The author's intention in compiling this work was to show by practical examples the history of the development of dress.
This is the most reliable and authentic account of the subject, for the author took pains to base his study on actual pieces of clothing that have survived, only turning to paintings, statues and other reproductions in cases where originals no longer existed.5/5(2).
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