[HNW] trying to contact Bess Haddon of York

Kat kat at iprimus.com.au
Fri Apr 25 04:35:30 PDT 2003


Thank you. I shall have to try my local library... I can't get the V&A
website to get to do anything!
Kat
Innilgard.



> >>>Good photos of this shirt appear in Sarah Don's "Traditional
> Embroidered
> Animals", and in King and Levey's Textiles in the V&A 1200-1750 (not the
> correct title but those who know the book should understand what I mean).
>
> *King, Donald; Levey, Santina M. (1993). The Victoria & Albert Museum's
> textile collection : embroidery in Britain from 1200 to 1750. New York :
> Canopy Books
>
> -pic of most of the front
> -plates from Shorleyker _A Schole House for the Needle_ - the images that
> show up on the smock
>
> *Levey, Santina M. (1983). Lace : a history. London: Victoria & Albert
> Museum.
>
> -closeup of the cuff
>
> *Hart, Avril & North, Susan. (1998). Fashion in detail : from the 17th and
> 18th centuries. New York : Rizzoli.
>
> -line drawing of smock, including seams
> -line drawing of cuff
> -closeup detail picture of area around underarm gusset, including seam
> finishing details
>
> *Arnold, Janet. (1988). Queen Elizabeth's Wardrobe Unlocked . Leeds,
[Eng.]
> : Maney.
>
> -detail pictures of various motifs
>
> *There is a picture on the V&A website, and also one on Drea's site.
>
> Drea
> http://costume.dm.net/va/smocks.html
>
> V&A
> I've given up this morning.  The V&A website doesn't want to load today.
> It is in the British Galleries in the Objects On-line.
>
> -Christina
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