Visits & Study Days Study Day 12th March 2020 at Easton Walled Gardens NG33 5AP Chinese Imperial Court Costume - Qing Dynasty 1644-1911 A journey through the imperial wardrobe David Rosier Venue: Easton Walled Garden - includes lunch This lecture focuses on the costume and dress accessories that would have been worn for formal occasions (Regulated Court Costume), or informally, at the Imperial Court or in Provincial Government during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Initial consideration will be given to formal, mandated, Court Costume and Insignia of Rank worn by the Imperial Family plus the Civil and Military Officials. The focus will then move to a review of the full scope of the Emperor’s Wardrobe from State Robes, and regalia, through to informal wear Consideration will also be given to robes, and dress accessories, worn on a day to day basis or for special occasions by other members of the Court either in their official capacity or in their private lives. Particular focus will be given to the highly decorative clothing of high ranking Chinese Ladies and will consider the design of items such as informal robes, outerwear, headwear and ornamental accessories. Booking details later. RESIDENTIAL TOUR:  20th Century Art in Yorkshire based in Leeds with Visits and Lectures. May 1 to 3.  Click here for further details. Additional details about the trip Web site designed, created and maintained by Janet Groome Handshake Computer Training
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Visits & Study Days Study Day 12th March 2020 Chinese Imperial Court Costume - Qing Dynasty 1644-1911 A journey through the imperial wardrobe David Rosier Venue: Easton Walled Garden - includes lunch This lecture focuses on the costume and dress accessories that would have been worn for formal occasions (Regulated Court Costume), or informally, at the Imperial Court or in Provincial Government during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Initial consideration will be given to formal, mandated, Court Costume and Insignia of Rank worn by the Imperial Family plus the Civil and Military Officials. The focus will then move to a review of the full scope of the Emperor’s Wardrobe from State Robes, and regalia, through to informal wear Consideration will also be given to robes, and dress accessories, worn on a day to day basis or for special occasions by other members of the Court either in their official capacity or in their private lives. Particular focus will be given to the highly decorative clothing of high ranking Chinese Ladies and will consider the design of items such as informal robes, outerwear, headwear and ornamental accessories. Booking details later. RESIDENTIAL TOUR:  20th Century Art in Yorkshire based in Leeds with Visits and Lectures. May 1 to 3.  Click here for further details. Additional details about the trip
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