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Major John Andre

The Unfortunate Death of Major John Andre - 1783 engraving by John Goldar after drawing by William Hamilton.

The Harlequin Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-88) c.1745 (oil on canvas) creator Worsdale, John (c.1692-1767) (attr.to) nationality English location Private Collection medium oil on canvas date 18th (C18th)

The Harlequin Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (oil on canvas) creator Worsdale, John (attr.to) nationality English location Private Collection medium oil on canvas date

Said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Man's sleeved waistcoat of yellow silk rep, embroidered with a floral design in silver thread. Short tartan frock coat with velvet collar and cuffs and lined in wool twill and linen. Juxtaposed with a piece of Wilson of Bannockburn's version of the tartan which they called 'Culloden' .

Said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Man's sleeved waistcoat of yellow silk rep, embroidered with a floral design in silver thread. Short tartan frock coat with velvet collar and cuffs and lined in wool twill and linen. Juxtaposed with a piece of Wilson of Bannockburn's version of the tartan which they called 'Culloden' .

The natural hair, dressed up in the back in a queue, was often left unpowdered. In fact, powder for everyday wear was usually omitted as early as 1760, and went out of fashion in the nineties.

European men are beginning to omit powder from their wigs for everyday wear. It will be out of fashion completely by the nineties. The natural hair, dressed up in the back in a queue, or ponytail, will increasingly take the place of wigs altogether.

Rothsay & Caithness Fencibles, 1794-1795, 16mm button, S.Firmin, Strand.

Rothsay & Caithness Fencibles, button, S.

A Costume Portfolio: Victorian Bustle 1880s

2008 - Victorian Bustle Costume Draping & Construction Stage 2 Diploma Theatre Costume The hat for this outfit can now be viewed here Child'.