Baroque Clothing. ‘if it ain’t Baroque don’t fix it.’. Types of Fabric mannerist period Heavier weight Complex Brocades Velvet Metallic thread Heavy Satins And Taffeta Middle class used wool Country people homespun fabrics Linen and cotton used for under garments. Baroque Clothing.
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‘if it ain’t Baroque don’t fix it.’
Portrait of Francis I, King of France
c. 1540Oil on wood, 27 x 22 cm By Clouet
The Company of Frans Banning Cocq (Nightwatch)Dutch Baroqueoil on canvas1642by Rembrandt
The Calling of St. MatthewItalian Baroqueoil on canvas1599-1600by CaravaggioBaroque Clothing
Chancellor Séguier1655-57 (100 Kb); Canvas; Louvre – Le BrunBaroque Clothing
The source of the dye for Tyrian Purple was made in Tyre, Lebanon by crushing thousands of sea shells - Mediterranean Murex