Miroslava Burianová

Miroslava Burianová

Miroslava Burianová
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Dress c. 1825 - Met Museum, C.I.46.59.19

Dress c. 1825 - Met Museum, C.I.46.59.19

dress  1835-1839

dress 1835-1839

Dress   c.1837-1840 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress c.1837-1840 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: cotton Accession Number: 2006.408

Dress Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: cotton Accession Number: 2006.408

Day dress, 1838

Day dress, 1838

Day dress and cape    Place of origin:  Great Britain, UK (made)    Date:  1830-1834 (made)

Day dress and cape Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: 1830-1834 (made)

1830 British Walking dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1830 British Walking dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Figured Iridescent Silk Dress, 1835-1840

Figured Iridescent Silk Dress, 1835-1840

Dress. About 1836-1840. Gift of Annetta Eddy Brigham. 2001.49.9. Connecticut Historical Society

Dress. About 1836-1840. Gift of Annetta Eddy Brigham. 2001.49.9. Connecticut Historical Society

Museum at FIT, item #P88.28.1    c1830 green silk satin afternoon dress. English. The deeply saturated color of the dress represents a tendency towards the use of darker, more vivid hues. Traditionally symbolizing nature, the color green, with its connotations of luck in Ireland and sanctity in the Islamic religion, is reflective of the “exoticism” that was popular during the Romantic periods.

Museum at FIT, item #P88.28.1 c1830 green silk satin afternoon dress. English. The deeply saturated color of the dress represents a tendency towards the use of darker, more vivid hues. Traditionally symbolizing nature, the color green, with its connotations of luck in Ireland and sanctity in the Islamic religion, is reflective of the “exoticism” that was popular during the Romantic periods.