Baroque Links

To the right is Louis XIV when he was young and vital and a ballet dancer.

The Costumer's Manifesto
The largest costume site on the web. It is owned and managed by my professor. Pretty much you can find anything on this one.
Lots of good costume images in the 17th and 18th century fine art sections.
Atelier Pietro Longhi
Theatrical costume maker in Venice, Italy. Has a little slideshow of an 18th century man's suit being made for Dennis Hopper.
Baroque Art
Links. Has a pretty extensive list of links for Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Velasquez.
L'Age d'Or
A society devoted to the baroque era. Some pictures of women's hairstyles from the 17th century.
Janet Arnold's Masterpieces
16th century stuff, actually. But it's a Janet Arnold tribute page with stuff from V&A.
The Anatomy of Female Costumes
Some photographs of surviving garments from the first half of the 18th century in the V&A.
The Anatomy of Male Costumes
Same as the above for men's clothing.
Ventaglio d'Argentio
18th century wannabes in Italy. This is to the English version of the site.

Art History Resources on the Web
This place is great! Tons of links to sites with baroque art of all kinds in the 17th and 18th century sections.
Louis XIV
A Louis XIV fan site. Includes Louis XIV winamp skins, desktops, and themes. Hooks up with a Louis XIV web ring.
The William Hogarth Archive
Hogarth! 126 test images of his engravings.
The State Hermitage Museum
The Hermitage on-line.

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