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  • 1
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    Online Resource
    London : Bloomsbury Visual Arts | London : Bloomsbury Publishing
    ISBN: 9781501349638 , 9781501349645
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Material culture of art and design
    DDC: 306.4/6094209033
    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
    Note: Art & Visual Culture 020
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781501349614
    Language: English
    Pages: xvii, 309 Seiten, 8 ungezählte Seiten Bildtafeln , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Material culture of art and design
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.4/6094209033
    Keywords: Geschichte 1700-1800 ; Decorative arts / bicssc ; Material culture / England / History / 18th century ; Textile crafts / England / History / 18th century ; Needleworkers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumption (Economics) / England / History / 18th century ; Textilhandwerk ; Textilkunst ; Großbritannien ; Konferenzschrift 2017 ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Großbritannien ; Textilkunst ; Textilhandwerk ; Geschichte 1700-1800
    Abstract: "The eighteenth century has been hailed for its revolution in consumer culture, but Material Literacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain repositions Britain as a nation of makers. It brings new attention to eighteenth-century craftswomen and men with its focus on the material knowledge possessed not only by professional artisans and amateur makers, but also by skilled consumers. This edited collection gathers together a group of interdisciplinary scholars working in the fields of art history, history, literature, and museum studies to unearth the tactile and tacit knowledge that underpinned fashion, tailoring, and textile production. It invites us into the workshops, drawing rooms, and backrooms of a broad range of creators, and uncovers how production and tacit knowledge extended beyond the factories and machines which dominate industrial histories. This book illuminates, for the first time, the material literacies learnt, enacted, and understood by British producers and consumers. The skills required for sewing, embroidering, and the textile arts were possessed by a large proportion of the British population: men, women and children, professional and amateur alike. Building on previous studies of shoppers and consumption in the period, as well as narratives of manufacture, these essays document the multiplicity of small producers behind Britain's consumer revolution, reshaping our understanding of the dynamics between making and objects, consumption and production. It demonstrates how material knowledge formed an essential part of daily life for eighteenth-century Britons. Craft technique, practice, and production, the contributors show, constituted forms of tactile languages that joined makers together, whether they produced objects for profit or pleasure"--
    Description / Table of Contents: 'Work'd pockets to my entire satisfaction' : women and the multiple literacies of making / Ariane Fennetaux -- Material literacies of home comfort in Georgian England / Jon Stobart -- Making, measuring and selling in Hampshire : the provincial tailor's accounts of George and Benjamin Ferrey / Sarah Howard -- Learning to craft / Beth Fowkes Tobin. - Mode of access: World Wide Web
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 3
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    Online Resource
    [London, England] : AVA Academia | London [England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    ISBN: 9781350181007
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (320 pages)
    Edition: First edition
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    DDC: 391.00942
    Keywords: Fashion / Great Britain / History ; History of fashion,Social & cultural history,British & Irish history ; Electronic books
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Mode of access: World Wide Web
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  • 4
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    Online Resource
    London : Bloomsbury Visual Arts | [London, England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    ISBN: 9781350127029
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource
    Edition: First edition
    Parallel Title: (ePub)
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    DDC: 306.4/6082094209033
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    Keywords: Material culture / England / History / 18th century ; Women / England / Archives ; Women / England / Biography ; Women / England / Social conditions / 18th century ; History of fashion ; Electronic books
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Also published in print , Mode of access: World Wide Web
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781501349645 , 9781501349638
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xvii, 309 Seiten, 8 ungezählte Seiten Tafeln) , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Material culture of art and design
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.4/6094209033
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1700-1800 ; Decorative arts / bicssc ; Material culture / England / History / 18th century ; Textile crafts / England / History / 18th century ; Needleworkers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumption (Economics) / England / History / 18th century ; Textilhandwerk ; Textilkunst ; Großbritannien ; Konferenzschrift 2017 ; Konferenzschrift 2017 ; Großbritannien ; Textilkunst ; Textilhandwerk ; Geschichte 1700-1800
    Abstract: "The eighteenth century has been hailed for its revolution in consumer culture, but Material Literacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain repositions Britain as a nation of makers. It brings new attention to eighteenth-century craftswomen and men with its focus on the material knowledge possessed not only by professional artisans and amateur makers, but also by skilled consumers. This edited collection gathers together a group of interdisciplinary scholars working in the fields of art history, history, literature, and museum studies to unearth the tactile and tacit knowledge that underpinned fashion, tailoring, and textile production. It invites us into the workshops, drawing rooms, and backrooms of a broad range of creators, and uncovers how production and tacit knowledge extended beyond the factories and machines which dominate industrial histories. This book illuminates, for the first time, the material literacies learnt, enacted, and understood by British producers and consumers. The skills required for sewing, embroidering, and the textile arts were possessed by a large proportion of the British population: men, women and children, professional and amateur alike. Building on previous studies of shoppers and consumption in the period, as well as narratives of manufacture, these essays document the multiplicity of small producers behind Britain's consumer revolution, reshaping our understanding of the dynamics between making and objects, consumption and production. It demonstrates how material knowledge formed an essential part of daily life for eighteenth-century Britons. Craft technique, practice, and production, the contributors show, constituted forms of tactile languages that joined makers together, whether they produced objects for profit or pleasure."
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    URL: Volltext  (URL des Erstveröffentlichers)
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  • 6
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    London : Bloomsbury Publishing USA | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9781350127005
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (273 pages)
    DDC: 306
    Keywords: Women and the decorative arts-History-18th century. ; Material culture-History-18th century. ; Material culture ; Electronic books ; Electronic books ; Electronic books
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  • 7
    ISBN: 9781350126961 , 9781350126978
    Language: English
    Pages: XIV, 252 Seiten , Illustrationen , 25 cm
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Dyer, Serena Material lives
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Dyer, Serena Material lives
    DDC: 306.4/6094209033
    Keywords: Material culture History 18th century ; Women Archives ; Women Biography ; Women Social conditions 18th century ; England ; Frau ; Handarbeiten ; Kunsthandwerk ; Alltagskultur ; Geschichte 1700-1800
    Abstract: "Conventional histories of the 18th century - and the industrial revolution and the birth of the consumer society - have distorted our understanding of the complex dynamics of material production and consumption and the ways in which these were experienced by both men and women. With its illuminating stories of women's experiences, and their material literacy and agency as producers, Material Lives offers a new way of looking at this period, challenging previously held views and assumptions. Using deep archival research to tell these stories, Material Lives shifts the conceptual framework by which women are perceived as passive consumers - those who bought things - to active producers - those who made things. Dyer focusses on genteel women, whose engagement with production has traditionally been characterised as decorative, trivial and superficial, and reveals the strategies used by women to negotiate and record their interactions with the increasingly sophisticated world of goods. Exploring the material archives of four women of the period - fabric samples, 'dress of the year' watercolours, doll-sized versions of women's garments and adorned prints - as forms of lifewriting, or material biographies, the book reveals how women used the material culture of making to record and navigate their lives. In so doing, Material Lives challenges our previously held understanding of 18th-century society and the history of gender, making and consumption, placing women centrally as 'makers' in this new consumer society. For researchers and students of material culture, dress history, consumption, gender and women's history, it offers a rich resource of stories to illuminate the past"--
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seiten 229-239 , Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke
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  • 8
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    Online Resource
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781009177689 , 9781009507493 , 9781009177696
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (82 pages) , digital, PDF file(s).
    Series Statement: Cambridge elements. Elements in eighteenth-century connections
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 391.0094109033
    Keywords: Fashion design History 18th century ; Costume History 18th century ; Clothing and dress History 18th century
    Abstract: The making of fashionable women's dress in Georgian England necessitated an inordinate amount of manual labour. From the mantuamakers and seamstresses who wrought lengths of silk and linen into garments, to the artists and engravers who disseminated and immortalised the resulting outfits in print and on paper, Georgian garments were the products of many busy hands. This Element centres the sartorial hand as a point of connection across the trades which generated fashionable dress in the eighteenth century. Crucially, it engages with recreation methodologies to explore how the agency and skill of the stitching hand can inform understandings of craft, industry, gender, and labour in the eighteenth century. The labour of stitching, along with printmaking, drawing, and painting, composed a comprehensive culture of making and manual labour which, together, constructed eighteenth-century cultures of fashionable dress.
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  • 9
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    New York : Bloomsbury Visual Arts | [London, England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    ISBN: 9781501349645
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource
    Edition: First edition
    Series Statement: Material culture of art and design
    Parallel Title: (PDF)
    Parallel Title: (hardback)
    Parallel Title: (print)
    Parallel Title: (epub)
    DDC: 306.4/6094209033
    Keywords: Material culture / England / History / 18th century ; Textile crafts / England / History / 18th century ; Needleworkers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumers / England / History / 18th century ; Consumption (Economics) / England / History / 18th century ; Decorative arts ; Electronic books ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Also published in print , Mode of access: World Wide Web
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  • 10
    ISBN: 9781350181007 , 9781350181014 , 9781350181021
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiv, 297 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Disseminating dress
    DDC: 391.00942
    Keywords: 1600-1970 ; Mode ; Textilhandwerk ; Bekleidungsindustrie ; Soziales Netzwerk ; Unternehmensnetzwerk ; Wirtschaftsgeschichte ; Großbritannien ; Fashion History ; History of fashion,Social & cultural history,British & Irish history ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Großbritannien ; Mode ; Kleidung ; Bekleidungsindustrie ; Geschichte 1600-1970
    Abstract: "Fashion travels. Every new shape of sleeve, each novel method of cutting and any innovation in fabric has spread through complex networks of makers, retailers and consumers. Disseminating Dress represents the first historical study of how these networks of fashion communication functioned and evolved in an increasingly global material world. Focussing on Britain - separated from mainland Europe, yet increasingly globally-linked - this volume will trace how dress was disseminated in and out of one island nation. The paths made by print, image and commodities around the globe have enabled historians to reimagine a connected material world. The influence of innovations in dissemination shape this volume, which asks urgent questions about the extent of global influence on fashion, and the intertwining nature of written, printed, visual and material fashion news. This collection brings together innovative scholarship from an interdisciplinary group of historians, art historians and fashion scholars to consider how global and local networks of dress dissemination converged to shape fashionable dress in Britain, and how British methods and aesthetics spread outwards across the world. From the drawing rooms of 19th-century London, to the verandas of 19th-century Australia, contributors to Disseminating Dress develop narratives of commodity and knowledge exchange to consider how fashion circulated."--
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Plates -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction: Fashion Travels -- Serena Dyer, De Montfort University, UK, Jade Halbert, University of Huddersfield, UK, and Sophie Littlewood, Welbeck Abbey, UK -- Part I: Modes of Dissemination -- 2. Dolled Up: The Material Dissemination of Dress in Early Modern Europe -- Sophie Pitman, Aalto University, Finland -- 3. A Shared World of Words? The Circulation and Dissemination of Clothing Descriptions in Eighteenth-Century England -- Elizabeth Spencer, University of York, UK -- 4. Fashions of the Day: Materiality, Temporality and the Fashion Plate, 1750-1879 -- Serena Dyer, De Montfort University, UK -- 5. The Talking Page: Dress Transmission in Jane Austen's Writings -- Hilary Davidson, University of Sydney, Australia -- 6. Global Networks of Fashion: The Design and Circulation of British Printed Textiles for Export to West Africa, c.1870-1914 -- Josephine Tierney, University of Warwick, UK -- 7. Propaganda, Patriotism and Rivalry: How the Interests of the Trade Press Shaped British Fashion Following the Second World War -- Bethan Bide, University of Leeds, UK -- 8. Location, London: Promoting British Ready-to-Wear 1959-1966 -- Liz Tregenza, Independent Scholar -- Part II: Dissemination in Practice -- 9. Making and Disseminating Doublets in Early Modern Europe -- Rebecca Unsworth, Birmingham Museums Trust, UK -- 10. Lady Charlotte Campbell and Fashionable Neoclassicism -- Amelia Rauser, Franklin and Marshall College, USA -- 11. Sent to the Other Side of the World: The Fashion for Shetland Fine Lace Knitting in Australia -- Roslyn Chapman, University of Glasgow, UK -- 12. Reporting Royal Dress: Queen Alexandra and Royal Image Making -- Kate Strasdin, Falmouth University, UK -- 13. Twentieth-Century Clothing Wholesale and the Dissemination of Mass Fashion in Birmingham and the Black Country -- Jenny Gilbert, University of Wolverhampton, UK -- 14. Conclusion -- Serena Dyer, Jade Halbert, and Sophie Littlewood
    Description / Table of Contents: Bibliography -- Index
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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