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This page discusses the impact of the 1889 Paris Fair on [[Fashion]] of the time or vice versa.
 
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'''Belle Epoque'''
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'''Fair Performers'''
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|style="text-align: center;" colspan="2"|[[File:EiffelsTower_300.jpg|thumb|left|134px]]''Abstract: Presents a compelling account of the Eiffel Tower's creation and a superb portrait of Belle Epoque France. As Gustave Eiffel held court that summer atop his one-thousand-foot tower, a remarkable host of artists and personalities--Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, Gauguin, Whistler, and Edison--traveled to Paris and the Exposition Universelle (1889 World's Fair) to mingle and make their mark.''
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''''''Costume Exhibit''''''[[File:LOC3c09510r.jpg|thumb|left|Actor from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109510]]
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[[File:LOC3c09510r.jpg|thumb|left|Actor from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109510]]
   
 
[[File:LOC3c09527r.jpg|thumb|left|Female Javanese dancer, full-length portrait, seated, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109527]]
 
[[File:LOC3c09527r.jpg|thumb|left|Female Javanese dancer, full-length portrait, seated, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109527]]

Revision as of 17:38, November 5, 2009

Clothing exhibit

Costume Exhibit, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-102651

This page discusses the impact of the 1889 Paris Fair on Fashion of the time or vice versa.

Belle Epoque

Fair Performers


Eiffel's tower :and the World's Fair where Buffalo Bill beguiled Paris, the artists quarreled, and Thomas Edison became a count
EiffelsTower 300
Abstract: Presents a compelling account of the Eiffel Tower's creation and a superb portrait of Belle Epoque France. As Gustave Eiffel held court that summer atop his one-thousand-foot tower, a remarkable host of artists and personalities--Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, Gauguin, Whistler, and Edison--traveled to Paris and the Exposition Universelle (1889 World's Fair) to mingle and make their mark.

Author(s):Jonnes, Jill

Publication:New York, N.Y. : Viking Year:2009

Description: 354 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm. Language: English

ISBN: 9780670020607; 0670020605 LCCN: 2008-49839























LOC3c09510r

Actor from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109510

LOC3c09527r

Female Javanese dancer, full-length portrait, seated, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889, Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-109527

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