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Canvas Print : A Collection of Mens and Womens 18th Century Wigs, 1875 (litho)

A Collection of Mens and Womens 18th Century Wigs, 1875 (litho)


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A Collection of Mens and Womens 18th Century Wigs, 1875 (litho)

KW421812 A Collection of Mens and Womens 18th Century Wigs, 1875 (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; ( Illustration from XVIII Siecle Institutions, Usages et Costumes pub. 1875; ); Ken Welsh; French, out of copyright

Media ID 12879301



20"x16" (51x41cm) Canvas Print

Bring a touch of historical elegance to your home with Media Storehouse's Canvas Prints featuring "A Collection of Mens and Womens 18th Century Wigs, 1875 (litho)" by the French School. This exquisite lithograph, sourced from Bridgeman Images through Fine Art Finder, offers a fascinating glimpse into the opulence and grandeur of the 18th century. With intricate details and vivid colors, this print is a must-have for history enthusiasts and those who appreciate the art of the past. Hang it in your living room, dining room, or study to add an air of sophistication and charm to your space.

Delivered stretched and ready to hang our premium quality canvas prints are made from a polyester/cotton blend canvas and stretched over a 1.25" (32mm) kiln dried knot free wood stretcher bar. Packaged in a plastic bag and secured to a cardboard insert for safe transit.

Canvas Prints add colour, depth and texture to any space. Professionally Stretched Canvas over a hidden Wooden Box Frame and Ready to Hang

Estimated Product Size is 40.6cm x 50.8cm (16" x 20")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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This lithograph from the 19th century takes us back to the extravagant world of 18th-century fashion. The print showcases a remarkable collection of men's and women's wigs, meticulously crafted to reflect the opulence and grandeur of that era. Each wig is a work of art in itself, with intricate details and unique styles that were highly sought after during this period. From towering powdered creations adorned with feathers and ribbons to more modest curls cascading down elegantly, these wigs epitomize the height of fashion in the 1700s. The French School artist behind this lithograph beautifully captures not only the physical appearance but also the essence of these wigs. They symbolize an era where appearances were everything, where individuals went to great lengths to achieve beauty and social status. Displayed against a neutral background, each wig stands out as a testament to creativity and craftsmanship. This print offers us a glimpse into an extravagant past while reminding us how much hairstyles have evolved over time. Whether you are fascinated by historical fashion or simply appreciate fine art, this lithograph is sure to captivate your imagination. It serves as both a window into history and an inspiration for modern-day hairstylists seeking new ideas from centuries gone by.

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