Image Credits

Home page: Stole made of fine white muslin, decorated with whitework embroidery, 1800-1830, York Castle Museum collection; image courtesy of York Museums Trust :: https://yorkmuseumstrust.org.uk :: CC BY-SA 4.0

Information page: details from María Cristina de Borbon, Queen of Spain by Vicente López Portaña, 1830, oil on canvas, Museo del Prado; photo ©Museo del Prado

Programme page: detail of  Portrait of a Woman by Joseph Wright (Wright of Derby), c. 1770, oil on canvas, Metropolitan Museum of Art; photo public domain, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Speaker Bios and Abstracts: ‘Fabrics, Santarem’ (Brazil); photo: Tom Bradnock, reproduced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Image Credits (current) page: detail from Maria Carolina of Augsburg-Lorena, Queen of Naples by Anton Rafael Mengs, c.1768, oil on canvas, Museo del Prado; photo ©Museo del Prado

2nd Symposium (2018) page: detail of lady’s mantua from ‘Woman’s Dress (Mantua) with Stomacher and Petticoat’, Italy, c. 1700, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); photo public domain, courtesy of LACMA

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