Posts tagged 1900s
Posts tagged 1900s
London Lafayette, Portrait of Frances Evelyn Daisy Greville, Countess of Warwick, 1906.
What a charming little hat! That veil is gorgeous!
Orientalist caps, ca 1907 France
Marthe Rioton, c1900
Hat is awesome and all, but this portrait is hauntingly beautiful to me! Look at her face!
Creator Name: Unknown
Creator Name-CRT: Artist not recorded
Title: Advertisting poster for hats for C.A. Browning & Co., Boston
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1904
Creation End Date: 1905
Creation Date: 1904-5
Creation Place: France
Object Type: Books
Materials and Techniques: Lithograph, printed in color, on paper
Dimensions: 121.28 x 88.26 cm (47 3/4 x 34 3/4 in.)
Contributor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Owner Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
ID Number: 1990.511
Credit Line: Mr. and Mrs. John Burbidge
Library Year: 1999
Princess Margaret of Prussia, ca. 1905.
Comb head. 1900, France. Tortoise shell, diamonds, pearls, gold and silver. Missing comb teeth. Previously part of a comb tiara.
This is just glorious!
“USS Chicago. One of the Crew.” 1900. Via Shorpy.
What a charmer!
“Telegraph Messenger Boys. They work until 11 P.M.” New Haven, CT. March 1909. Via Shorpy.
I think one of them is smoking a cigar!
Ethel Roosevelt in 1908.
1. That hat is spectacular. 2. She is beautiful!
Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1912.
I love these hats. Number 5 is my favorite- the tilt of the brim is so elegant!
I love the pointy hats of this period!
Costume Ball, Russia c. 1903. Click for Source.
I’ve always liked those headdresses!
The sweets stall at The Women’s Exhibition, Prince’s Skating Rink, May 1909. The Women’s Exhibition, was organised by the Women’s Social and Political Union primarily as a fund-raising event. Over fifty stalls, decorated in purple, white and green displayed a variety of items for sale that had been donated or made by suffragettes. Alongside the suffragettes running the sweets stall, can be seen Emmeline Pankhurst, to the right of the image. At the top a partial view of the murals designed by Sylvia Pankhurst that decorated the walls of the hall. ©Museum of London