White Muslin: Veiling the Body in the 1790s
Amelia Rauser, Associate Professor of Art History, Franklin & Marshall College
Thursday, March 7, 4.00 p.m.
Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca College
Rauser's lecture will discuss the physical design, societal thought, and cultural trade that came together in 1790's European fashion to develop a uniquely contradictory style combining simultaneous contortion, veiling, and enunciation of the female body.
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