High Fashion in the Church The Place of Church Vestments in the History of Art from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Century
List Price: $59.00
Publisher: Maney Publishing
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 9.50" wide x 12.25" long x 0.75" tall
The decoration of church vestments, which are the ceremonial garments worn by the clergy at the celebration of the Mass, has always been a matter of high fashion. In the first place the crafts of silk weaving and embroidery, which provide the technical means for the decoration of these garments, have held a prominent place in the changing fashions in the arts since the early Middle Ages, and since that time have been used in the service of the church as well as for secular purposes. Secondly in a narrower sense of the term, both these crafts have been at the heart of fashionable dress through the centuries. Many silks intended for this market have also been used by the vestment makers, with More...
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