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    • Mid-17th century breeches

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    • Pumpkin or melon hose are replaced by full, long breeches, which are often trimmed in front with a diagonal ladder of braid. Sometimes a vertical slash at the sides is finished in buttons and buttonholes. Tubular breeches are wide at the top,...
    • Game of the skittles

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    • Detail. A back view of petticoat breeches. Ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. Showing under the petticoat breeches is a small portion of tubular breeches, finished in a gathered lace ruffle. The stockings are very wrinkled. This is an...
    • Portrait of Claude Deruet

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    • Tubular breeches are tied to the waist of the doublet with small ribbon points. Diagonal ladder trim decorates the breeches in front. A sword belt hangs from the right shoulder. Draped over the left shoulder is a large cape with a wide, flat collar...
    • William Wollaston

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    • Notice the typical use of gold braid on both sides of the buttons. Coat and breeches match. Gold braid also decorates the front flaps of the breeches
    • Tailored garments

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    • On the top row from the upper left are: coat, vest, breeches, Bavarian breeches; on the second row: redingote, abbe's short cloak, abbe's long cloak, cassock; on the bottom row: dressing gown, court gown, short vest without skirts, and coat...
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting both the lower and upper tiers (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo. Sandro Fancelli, called Scherano, was paid in 1537 for work on the Madonna and Child)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting general view of the left niche with the Contemplative Life (Rachel) in the lower tier, and the Sibyl in the upper tier (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting central niche with Moses and the reclining Pope above; both are surmounted by the Madonna and Child (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's right of Moses (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo. Sandro Fancelli, called Scherano, was paid in 1537 for work on the Madonna and Child)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Side view, from the viewer's right, of Moses seated and holding the Tablets of the Law
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Tight view along the front of the entire tomb, from the viewers right side, depicting depth of the Tomb and full view of the Active Life (Leah) right of Moses
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Moses holding Tablets of the Law with his right hand whilst his fingers entwine his cascading beard, as seen from the observer's left (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front 3'- 1 1/2')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Frontal view of Moses (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Moses, as seen from viewer's right (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Head and bust of Moses, depicting the horns emerging from Moses' head which were a convention of Christian iconography, and probably due to a mistranslation of the Vulgate and Douai biblical description of rays of light radiating from his head
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Head and bust of Moses (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Head of Moses, detail of right side (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')

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