Encounters with paper conservation: the treatment of a Chinese painted silk dress

Vestido con pliegues de Watteau característico del periodo del rococo 1770

1740s Robe a la francaise (made in the Britain) - Hand painted sile moire faille, crocheted netting, cream silk fly fringe and polychrome flowers of silk floss.

El mismo contenía y aumentaba el busto y afinaba la silueta en la parte de la panza y la cintura. Además, hacía que las mujeres tuvieran una postura recta, alineando la espalda y tirando los hombros hacia atrás.

1770s_Boston Museum of Fine Arts - Chinese painted silk ensemble; sack back gown, petticoat and compere (buttoned-front flaps style) stomacher

1770s_Boston Museum of Fine Arts - Chinese painted silk ensemble; sack back gown, petticoat and compere (buttoned-front flaps style) stomacher

1763 Wedding dress. It is one of the few 18th-century silk gowns with a hand-painted floral design to be found in a North American museum. The soft cream silk was handwoven in China, where the floral pattern was handpainted in tones of lavender, blue, yellow, green and brown.

1763 Wedding dress. It is one of the few 18th-century silk gowns with a hand-painted floral design to be found in a North American museum. The soft cream silk was handwoven in China, where the floral pattern was handpainted in tones of lavender, blue, yellow, green and brown.

1770s_Boston Museum of Fine Arts - Chinese painted silk textile; sack back gown, petticoat and compere (buttoned-front flaps style) stomacher

1770s_Boston Museum of Fine Arts - Chinese painted silk textile; sack back gown, petticoat and compere (buttoned-front flaps style) stomacher


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