Includes clothing, millinery, hats, shoes, hair styles.
The Mary Quant Exhibition, at the Bendigo Art Gallery explores the years between 1955 and 1975, when Mary Quant revolutionised the high street, harnessing the youthful spirit of the sixties and new mass production techniques to create a new look for women. Credit: bendigoregion.com.au
Feature Art Work: La Japonaise by Claude Monet
In 1876 Claude Monet painted his first wife Camille Monet in a Japanese Kimono. The painting is known simply as "La Japonaise" because it is one of the earliest indications of the influence Japanese culture was having on the Western world and its artists. (Image: monetpaintings.org)
Practising Human Features
I suggest if you are a student of All Things Art you study the Differences in Male and Female Portraits which comes to us from design.tutsplus.com. If on the other hand you like looking at art and appreciating its beauty and intrigue I think you will enjoy art works inspired by the world of fashion