Changes in Feminine Fashion. As Pictured in the Art of the Day. 1907
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For Sale is a Full Page from "The Sphere," July 13th 1907, called "The Changes in Feminine Fashion - as pictured in the Art of the Day," showing the following Two Sketches, and one Photograph of a painting.
1- Some of the Sketches by Jules Cayron now on exhibition at the Graves Gallery. a- Lady de Bathe (Mrs. Langtry) b- Madame Maurice Rouvier. c- Lady Palmer. d- Madame Charles Max.
2- "Silhouettes De Femmes" - By Gabriel Nicolet - now on exhibition at the Leicester Galleries. a- Decoration. b- Tea-time. c- The last chapter.
3- Picture called "Her Most High, Noble, and Puissant Grace." By P.H. Calderon, R.A. This picture hangs in the Leeds City Art Gallery and is reproduced from the copyright photograph of the original by Eyre and Spottiswoode. It gives a vivid impression of the change that has taken place in costume during the last few centuries. At the moment woman has reverted to the fuller flounces of the early Victorians, but though she has gone back to the still earlier methods of feathers in the hair it is extremely doubtful whether she will ever revert to the elaborate head-gear seen in Mr. Caulderon's picture.