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    • Manuscript 230

    • Chairs ;Furniture, Medieval ;Illumination of books and manuscripts ;Art, Medieval
    • View of manuscript showing a cloth canopy over a chair ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Book of Lancelot du Lac

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    • The predominant colors of the period are vermillions, dark reds, dark blues, and yellow ochre. Pelts of ermine, the most common fur, are represented in the stylized patterning of the bedspread (manuscript 229)
    • Savoy Hours

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    • Underwear includes breeches of linen, which are held to the waist by a drawstring, and a loose shirt of varying length equivalent to the women's chemise (Manuscript 390)
    • Savoy Hours

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    • The kneeling women is in a closed circular cape with a slit for the arms. The unbuttoned hood forms a short cape around the shoulders. The figure in gray, a nun, is in a circular cape open at the center front. Both are in a wimple and veil. Orders...
    • The five orders

    • Architectural drawing ;Architecture -- Orders
    • View of drawing showing the orders ; from Quattro Libri di Architettura, London 1715 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Banqueting House

    • Palaces ;Architecture, Renaissance
    • Engraving, showing the facade elevation ; from Vitruvius Britannicus, by Campbell, London 1717-1725 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale Unversity, New Haven, Conn.
    • Mereworth Castle

    • Castles ;Neoclassicism (Architecture)
    • View of engraving, showing the facade elevation ; from Vitruvius Britannicus, by Campbell, London 1717-1725 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Mereworth Castle

    • Architectural drawing ;Castles ;Neoclassicism (Architecture)
    • View of engraving, showing cross section ; from Vitruvius Britannicus, by Campbell, London 1717-1725 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Fonthill Abbey

    • Mansions ;Dwellings ;Gothic revival (Architecture)
    • View of an illustration showing a distant view ; from Graphical and Literary Illustrations of Fonthill Abbey, by John Britton, London, 1823 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Title page

    • Title pages ;Furniture, Georgian
    • Overall view ; from The Gentleman and Cabinetmaker's Director, by Thomas Chippendale, 1754 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Design for a china case

    • Cabinetwork ;Furniture, Georgian
    • View of page showing china case ; from The Gentleman and Cabinetmaker's Director, by Thomas Chippendale, 1754 ; from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
    • Royal Pavilion

    • Palaces ;Architecture, Regency
    • View of rendering showing facade ; illustration from Illustration of Her Majesty's Palace at Brighton; formerly the Pavilion ; executed by the Command of George IV, Under the Superintendence of John Nash, London, 1838 ; from the Beinecke Rare...
    • Royal Pavilion

    • Palaces ;Architecture, Regency
    • View of rendering showing interior ; illustration from Illustration of Her Majesty's Palace at Brighton ; Formerly the Pavilion ; Executed by the Command of George IV, Under the Superintendence of John Nash, London, 1838 ; from the Beinecke Rare...
    • Royal Pavilion

    • Kitchens ;Palaces ;Architecture, Regency
    • View of rendering showing the kitchen ; illustration from Illustration of Her Majesty's Palace at Brighton ; formerly the Pavilion ; executed by the Command of George IV, Under the Superintendence of John Nash, London, 1838 ; from the Beinecke...
    • Rosebud garden of girls

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    • From Victorian Photographs of Famous Men and Fair Women. In the revolt against unnatural and uncomfortable forms, the pre-Raphaelites adopt unbelted and loose dresses, often decorated with embroidery. Hair is long and center parted

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