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Fashion in the age of the Black Prince

a study of the years 1340-1365

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        StatementBoydell Press
        PublishersBoydell Press
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        LC Classifications1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 98 p. :
        Number of Pages81
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10085115767X
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a pioneering book which will be of enduring value to historians of dress and art alike. the period is notably rich in its documentation, and by carefully analysing both the manuscript sources and published accounts [the author] is able to produce an abundantly detailed narrative of the changes in fashion.

Tournaments and Orders of Chivalry -- VII. An excellent look at the details of mid-fourteenth centruy fashion.

Illustrations note 52 Illustrations, black and white• APOLLO The evidence for this scholarly and detailed study is drawn in the first instance from documentary sources. Her exploration of aspects of chivalry, particularly the choice of mottoes and devices worn at tournaments, and of the exchange of gifts of clothing between reigning monarchs, offers new insights into thesocial history of the times, and she has much to say that is relevant to the study of illuminated manuscripts of the fourteenth century.

Tighter clothes outraged moralists, incensed monastic chroniclers and stirred poets. Publication date 15 Dec 2016• the period is notably rich in its documentation, and by carefully analysing both the manuscript sources and published accounts [the author] is able to produce an abundantly detailed narrative of the changes in fashion.

An excellent look at the details of mid-fourteenth centruy fashion. There are certain protocols and rules that members of the royal family must follow, such as a dress code-expecting them to wear black or dark colours for a sustained.

English and French Royal Clothing in the Early 1340s -- V. Actors, Minstrels and Fools -- X. ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW [Michael Prestwich]. Something of a landmark in the history of dress. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral to her later work at the National Gallery advising on the implications of costume for the purpose of dating, and at the Courtauld Institute where she set up the department for the study of the history of dress.

Stella Mary Newton's study Fashion in the age of the Black Prince the costume of the period in quite remarkable detail, drawing on surviving accounts from the royal courts, the evidence of chronicles and poetry often from unpublished manuscriptsand contemporary paintings.

What they said about it -- III.

Fashion in the Age of the Black Prince: A Study of the Years 1340

The book contains much that is of wider interest than the subject matter suggests: the various mottoes used by Edward III are discussed, and the problem of his expanding waistline is revealed; there are interesting sidelights on the new orders of chivalry. The book contains much that is of wider interest than the subject matter suggests: the various mottoes used by Edward III are discussed, and the problem of his expanding waistline is revealed; there are interesting sidelights on the new orders of chivalry.

Extracts from Some Sumptuary Regulations, 1340-65 -- App. contemporary illustrations reinforce the written evidence. a pioneering book which will be of enduring value to historians of dress and art alike. Tighter clothes outraged moralists, incensed monastic chroniclers and stirred poets.