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Lukrecie Nekešová z Landeka

The main artwork was a portrait and extant garments belonging to Marketa Františka z Lobkovic (1617, Museum Mikulov).

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Albrecht z Valdštejna

The main artwork was a burial portrait of Albrecht Jan ze Smiric (1618, knihovna NM Praha).

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Dress of Marie de Medici

Dress made according to the painting  „The Consignment of the Regency„ (1622-1624, Peter Paul Rubens, Louvre).

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Jeanne Parmentier

baroque garment made after the portrait painted by Bartholomeus van der Helst (1656).

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Baroque velvet jacket

based on  A lady at her toilet, Gerard ter Borch II’s workshop, (1672-73).

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Baroque smock and stays

Silk smock and stays based on extant pieces from 1660 - 80.

 
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Ottoman clothing

Clothing inspired by Abdulcelil Levni (ca 1710 - 20) consists of trousers, shirt, inner short coat, caftan and headwear.

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Rococo clothing

from the middle of the 18th century - shirt, trousers, vest, justaucorps, scarf, hat etc.

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Spencer

Short regency jacket based on Maurice Leroir (ca 1800 - 1805).

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Ball gown

British regency gown based on extant piece from Metropolitan museum of Art, New York, 1811.

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Duchess de Bassano

Dress made according to the portrait of duchess de Bassano (1812) .

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Dress coat

Clothing from ca 1825 consists of dress coat, waistcoat, trousers and a tie.

 
Tailor's - Catany, part 8
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