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“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

Alexander McQueen 1998 collection was a nod to 17th Century fashion in Marie Antoinette-style designs

A life in fashion: Alexander McQueen, the foul-mouthed hooligan of the catwalk who loved to shock

Alexander McQueen 1998 collection was a nod to 17th Century fashion in Marie Antoinette-style designs

large 17th century old WORLD style map of London England fine art poster print

Details about large 17th century old WORLD style map of London England fine art poster print

large 17th century old WORLD style map of London England fine art poster print

1880's photo of the tired wooden framed 17th century rookery hidden behind Bartholomew's.. London

1880's photo of the tired wooden framed 17th century rookery hidden behind Bartholomew's.. London

Bas Meeuws (1974) is a passionate photographer who has given a new twist to the traditional Dutch still life with flowers. Meeuws does not paint his flowers with a brush and oil paints, as his famous predecessors from the 17th century did. His images come from a digital reflex camera. No brushes or paint, but this is still Art with a capital A.

Bas Meeuws (1974) is a passionate photographer who has given a new twist to the traditional Dutch still life with flowers. Meeuws does not paint his flowers with a brush and oil paints, as his famous predecessors from the 17th century did. His images come from a digital reflex camera. No brushes or paint, but this is still Art with a capital A.

A price to make even Downton Abbey's dowager countess curse: House which doubles for home of Maggie Smith's character up for sale for £3.95million | Daily Mail Online

Downton Abbey's Lady Violet Crawley's home for £3.95million

A price to make even Downton Abbey's dowager countess curse: House which doubles for home of Maggie Smith's character up for sale for £3.95million | Daily Mail Online

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