Artur Pawłowski

Artur Pawłowski

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#MensFashion: How to #tie the new  #knot.

How to Tie the Trinity Knot & Eldredge Knot for your necktie Necktie Knots. Every Necktie knot you'll ever need to know is here. Bow Tie, Ascot, Cravat, and

Portret van Karel van der Hoeven, anoniem, c. 1605 - c. 1615

Portrait of Karel van der Hoeven, Sergeant-Major, anonymous, c. 1605 - c.

At the V & A museum - not on display (One of three photos). Note the breeches are gathered, not pleated flat. Wool, lined with linen and trimmed with silk. Once belonged to a distant part of my family.

Doublet and breeches Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Wool, trimmed with silk and lined with linen Credit Line: Given by Lady Spickernell Museum number:

Nicolaes Eliasz Pickenoy (1588-c.1655) - Portrait of Catharina Hooft

Nicolaes Eliasz Pickenoy ~ Portrait of Catharina Hooft (detail) ~ Nicolaes Eliaszoon Pickenoy was a Dutch painter of Flemish origin. Pickenoy was possibly a pupil of Cornelis van der Voort and presumably Bartholomeus van der Helst was his own pupil.

More knit waistcoats? Rare picture of the back of someone. I'm always staring at paintings wishing the subjects would turn around for me... Note the apron. (Jan Steen Celebration at the Birth)

More knit waistcoats? Rare picture of the back of someone. I'm always staring at paintings wishing the subjects would turn around for me. Note the apron. (Jan Steen Celebration at the Birth)

red petticoat that laces up the front, underneath a jacket. Detail from the Witches' Kitchen by Francken, c. 1610.

Might be post period, but it's one of those jackets that appear earlier. The woman wears a red petticoat that laces up the front, underneath a jacket. Detail from the Witches' Kitchen by Francken, c.

Linen coif with edging and insertion lace. Middle status (?). 1625-1650. One of many different basic coif shapes.

Text Box: Linen coif with edging and insertion lace. One of many different basic coif shapes. © Museum of Manchester, Platt Hall.