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Shover, Edna Mann / Art in costume design: practical suggestions for those interested in art, sewing, history and literature
(1920)

Chapter I: Modern costumes,   pp. [9]-16 PDF (2.3 MB)


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the remainder presented in lectures by the instructor. The instructor 
should use charts, drawings and prints as illustrations. 
    Costume designing may be studied from four different points 
of view, for four distinct purposes, namely (A) sewing, (B) illustration,
(C) theatrical, and (D) art appreciation. 
    The instructor should determine before she starts the work of 
her class, which of these divisions will be most practical for her 
students, and give the work accordingly. Some of the problems 
which may be omitted for one division may be most essential for 
another. In the lessons the problems necessary for particular divi- 
sions are marked by the letter found before the respective name, 
for example, chart especially for sewing - marked "A". 
                          LESSON I. 


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