The Entry of the Music in the burlesque Ballet des Fees de la Foret de Saint Germain performed in 1625 at the Court of Louis XIII. Everything in the costume designed by Daniel Rabel shows her association with music, the baton and musical score, and the lutes hanging from her skirt. In her earring is a triangle, and her headdress is another instrument called a theorbo.

The Entry of the Music in the burlesque Ballet des Fees de la Foret de Saint Germain performed in 1625 at the Court of Louis XIII. Everything in the costume designed by Daniel Rabel shows her association with music, the baton and musical score, and the lutes hanging from her skirt. In her earring is a triangle, and her headdress is another instrument called a theorbo.

Before The Concert - Harrison Howard - Tiger Flower Studio

Before The Concert // Harrison Howard

Before The Concert - Harrison Howard - Tiger Flower Studio

'Chair of Médée', c1675. Artist: Jean Berain

'Chair of Médée', c1675. Artist: Jean Berain

Reinette: Costumes by Inigo Jones and Buontalenti

Reinette: Costumes by Inigo Jones and Buontalenti

Drawings and sketches of costumes for the opera in Paris and Versailles from 1739 to 1767 Louis-Rene Boquet (1717-1814), 1770.

Drawings and sketches of costumes for the opera in Paris and Versailles from 1739 to 1767 Louis-Rene Boquet (1717-1814), 1770.

Costume for a Torchbearer of Oceania from the "Masque of Blackness",1606  by Inigo Jones

Costume for a Torchbearer of Oceania from the "Masque of Blackness",1606 by Inigo Jones

Artiste :     Louis-Rene Boquet     (français, 1717 - 1814) Titre :     Étude de costume de ballet masculin Support :     pen and India ink, wash and watercolor Taille :     23,5 x 17 cm. (9.3 x 6.7 in.

Artiste : Louis-Rene Boquet (français, 1717 - 1814) Titre : Étude de costume de ballet masculin Support : pen and India ink, wash and watercolor Taille : 23,5 x 17 cm. (9.3 x 6.7 in.

Louis XIV, ballet costume for dancing at Aix, 1660

Louis XIV, ballet costume for dancing at Aix, 1660

African woman from the Grand Bal de la Douairiere de Billebahaut performed at the French Court in 1626. The King himself, Louis XIII, was one of the dancers. One of the performances took place in the Louvre, which was then the Royal Palace. The three hour ballet showed an elaborate reception and ball, attended by peoples from all parts of the world. This provided a good excuse for a wide range of exotic costumes and styles of dance.

African woman from the Grand Bal de la Douairiere de Billebahaut performed at the French Court in 1626. The King himself, Louis XIII, was one of the dancers. One of the performances took place in the Louvre, which was then the Royal Palace. The three hour ballet showed an elaborate reception and ball, attended by peoples from all parts of the world. This provided a good excuse for a wide range of exotic costumes and styles of dance.

Tome VIII (2259DR à 2395DR) : Costumes des Fêtes, mascarades. Théâtres, etc. de Louis XIV : Le triomphe de l'amour Auteur : Berain Jean I (1640-1711) Ecole : Ecole française Crédit photographique : (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi Période : 17e siècle, 18e siècle, période moderne (Europe occidentale) Technique/Matière : encre brune, encre noire, lavis gris, plume (dessin) Paris, musée du Louvre, collection Rothschild

Tome VIII (2259DR à 2395DR) : Costumes des Fêtes, mascarades. Théâtres, etc. de Louis XIV : Le triomphe de l'amour Auteur : Berain Jean I (1640-1711) Ecole : Ecole française Crédit photographique : (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi Période : 17e siècle, 18e siècle, période moderne (Europe occidentale) Technique/Matière : encre brune, encre noire, lavis gris, plume (dessin) Paris, musée du Louvre, collection Rothschild

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