Period WardrobeThis is Pauline Loven's blog about making period costumes for film, museums and sometimes just for sheer pleasure! It includes museum research and work on original garments as well as my own costume re-creations. Pauline is the costumier for Crow's Eye Productions film company,
Monthly Archives: January 2010
Making April Love’s clothes: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) (who was a second-generation member of the Pre Raphaelite brotherhood) exhibited his painting April Love (below) at the Royal Academy in 1856. The painting was inspired by another of Tennyson’s poems, The Miller’s … Continue reading
Which famous painting would you like to see come to life? We are making a series of four comic (but affectionate) sketches based on a series of famous paintings. We have so far completed Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci), American … Continue reading
The making of the costume for The Lady of Shalott. See menu above! Above: the music video trailer to The Lady of Shalott film. In May 2008 we had just completed the Luttrell Psalter film and were planning to take … Continue reading
I have just put some research of mine up as a blog so it is more accessible: Hyrne Family Letters 1699-1757 The story that unfolded in these letters is one of elopement, fraud, betrayal, love, loss and courage and they … Continue reading
I have spent my time over the Christmas and New Year break rebuilding my web site. Its still a work in progress, but I’m getting there!