Inspirational (and historically clothed) dolls

These fabulous 24″ dolls are at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They have a compelling story, which you can read about here, on the Diary of a Mantua Maker’s blog. As noted, they are not entirely historically accurate, but they are beautiful, nonetheless. The details are exquisite! Here are some of my favorites: I encourage you to go to read and see more by clicking on the above link!

1884: Nina Ricci

1867: Jacques Fath

1828: Henriette Beaujeu

1774: Jean Desses

1733: Jean Bader

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Inspirational (and historically clothed) dolls

  1. Rowenna says:

    Just one problem–I want the clothes in my size 🙂

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