Folk and ethnic costumesAdditional title: Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion
NamesVieillard-Duverger, Louis-Camille-Eugène, 1800-1863 (Artist)Massard, L. (Léopold), 1812-1889 (Artist)Choubard, fl. ca. 1810-1830 (Engraver)
Prints depicting dance
Theatrical dancers, singly or in pairs
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1700 - 1899 (Approximate)
Table of ContentsThe Americas (5 items): Indigeni della Carolina meridionale; America, Vol. II, Tav. 53 / Sasso inc. -- America settentrionale. Virginio, Sacerdote Virginio, Gl'Indiani nella Virginia venerano il Fuoco; Tom. III, Tav. 12 -- Uomo e donna di Bolivia (America del Sud) / E. Duverger -- Brazil Chili [sic]; no. 4; London, Ackermann, 1837 -- A Ticuna Indian, Coribos Indians; Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. |||| Europe (11 items): [Plate XVII, containing multiple figures; source identified in pencil as Strutt's Costumes and games of England; possibly from an edition of Joseph Strutt's A complete view of the dress and habits of the people of England, 1796 or later] -- [Woman in Scottish garb; three-quarter view from back] -- Russland XIV bis XVIII Jahrhundert, Bediente Russischer Edellente im Hauskleide, im Festkleide; Gallerie der Costüme, No. 81, Nationell No. 20; Herausgegeben v. L. Schneider; Berlin bei Winckelmann u. Söhne -- Volksbelustigungen der Russen, Theil II, Pag 232 -- [Six plates, including figures labeled on mounts as the Highlands, Scotland; Albania, Greece; Presburg, Hungary; Sicily; Provence, France; Orléans, France] -- [Man and woman in a landscape in Slavic? costumes; dated 1838 at lower left; numbered 47 at lower right]. |||| Africa, Turkey, and the Middle East (5 items): Arabie. Femme de la Mecque; Voy. en Asie, Burckhard, pag. 147, [numbered 48 at lower left] / L. Massard, del.; Choubard, sc. -- Maure. Marchand.; Voy. en Afrique, Shaw, p. 221, Denham et Clapperton, p. 2, [numbered 31 at lower left] / F. Wachsmut, del.; Choubard, sc. -- Der türkische Kaiser, Theil II, Pag. 458 -- [Man in Turkish? costume; on the verso is a reproduction of Charles Rolls' engraving after Sir David Wilkie's Hymn of the Calabrian shepherds to the Virgin] -- Abbas. The royal lover bore her from the plain [quoted from William Taylor Collins, Persian eclogues]; London, C. Taylor, 1788 / Shelley pinxt.; Nutter sculpt. |||| Other (1 item): [Plate labeled T.LVII, containing two rows of four figures each, some in costumes from the Pacific islands, numbered 203-208].
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZFX Fol 21-42
TopicsClothing and dress
NotesTitle devised by cataloger.Acquisition: Indigeni della Carolina, America settentrionale, Brazil & Chili, six plates of European costumes, untitled plate T.LVII Gift; Lillian Moore.Acquisition: Russland XIV bis XVIII Jahrhundert Gift; Lincoln Kirstein.
Physical DescriptionExtent: 22 prints : engraving, etching, lithograph, color and b&w ; 39 x 29 cm. or smaller.
DescriptionCollection culled from a variety of sources, including historical and ethnographic studies, costume prints, illustrated periodicals, and others. The collection has been grouped by geographical regions.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 826637960NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19763081Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 96d383f0-ed3c-0133-3537-00505686a51c
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