Seeing Through Clothes

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Art - 504 pages
7 Reviews
In this generously illustrated book, Anne Hollander examines the representation of the body and clothing in Western art, from Greek sculpture and vase painting through medieval and renaissance portraits, to contemporary films and fashion photography. First published ahead of its time, this book has become a classic.
  

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User Review  - Tristy - Goodreads

This is the most thorough history of clothing and the human form in art and history that I have ever seen. The pictures included in the book are wonderful, but it's really just not a subject that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Caitlin Cohn - Goodreads

Hollander made a significant contribution to the field of Apparel Studies by linking Dress History with Art History, and I would recommend this book to serious dress historians. However, Seeing ... Read full review

Contents

COSTUME
237
DRESS
311
MIRRORS
391
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About the author (1993)

Anne Hollander, the author of Moving Pictures (1986), is an art historian with a special interest in costume history and design.

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