The Well Dress'd Peasant: 16th Century Flemish Workingwomen's Dress


      The Well Dress'd Peasant: 16th Century Flemish Workingwomen's Dress
An in depth study of 16th Century Flemish working women s garments as depicted in the genre paintings of Pieter Aertsen and Joachim Beuckelaer gave author and award winning costumer Drea Leed plenty to go on for her recreation of the kirtles, petticoat bodies and partlets described in this book.Drawing on her years of experience, and the research of other costume historians, including the eminent Janet Arnold, Drea describes the painted garments as she sees them, and provides patterns and guidance for their reconstruction.Novice costumers will appreciate the simplified smock construction techniques and the helpful comments offered throughout the book.Experienced costumers will recognize some of the references quoted, but will quickly add the long list of new sources to their own research efforts. New Read [ The Well Dress'd Peasant: 16th Century Flemish Workingwomen's Dress ] By [ Drea Leed ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 76 pages
  • The Well Dress'd Peasant: 16th Century Flemish Workingwomen's Dress
  • Drea Leed
  • English
  • 26 July 2019

10 thoughts on “ The Well Dress'd Peasant: 16th Century Flemish Workingwomen's Dress

  1. says:

    This is a really thorough, large format paperback book with complete instructions on how to dress yourself as a sixteenth century kitchen servant as seen in a myriad of Dutch and Flemish still life with pantry contents paintings The author, Drea Leed, includes large reproductions, some in color, of pertinent parts of the paintings, with careful analysis of the garments depicted There are no ready to use patterns, but she gives extremely precise instructions on how to create your own, with This is a really thorough, large format paperback book with complete instructions on how to dress yourself as a sixteenth century kitchen servant as seen in a myriad of Dutch and Flemish still life with pantry contents paintings The author, Drea Leed, includes large reproductions, some in color, of pertinent parts of the paintings, with careful analysis of the garments depicted There are no ready to use patterns, but she...

  2. says:

    A must read for anyone interested in recreating the dress of middle to lower class women in 16th Century Flanders

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