Monday, 29 January 2018

Fashion Gallery: Banyans

White

White banyan with red flowers, 1750

Historical fashion and costume design.June 12 2017 at 10:51PM from shewhoworshipscarlin


Dutch silk banyan, 1760-80

Kamerjas van sits, samengesteld uit diverse banen, met zeer grote bloemen, vruchten en knoestige takken en meegeschilderde rand

Yellow

French silk banyan, 1730's

Banyan, silk, French


Dutch banyan, 1740-60

Kamerjas van sits met een geel fond en gekleurd bloemornament en rand met crème fond met gekleurde bloem- en bladranken


Reversible banyan of Indian silk, c. 1750

Man's dressing gown, reversible, c. 1750. Cotton painted and dyed (Indian),          eight colours. Gemeentemuseum of La Haye's coll. © : M. Koopmans          / Gemeentemuseum, La Haye.

Red

Dutch banyan of Indian silk and cotton, 1740-70

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk


British red silk banyan with gold thread

Banyan, first quarter 18th century. Great Britain. Red silk with metallic tread embroidery; red, green and white striped linen lining.



Dutch silk and satin banyan, 1760-70

Banyan and coat, probably The Netherlands, c. 1760-1770. Fine red and green striped silk satin, green tassels, fabric-covered buttons.

Pink

French pale pink banyan, 1760's

Back view, banyan and waistcoat, France, c. 1760. Pale pink and cream striped silk with a floral pattern. Lined with printed linen with a stylized brown floral design.Banyan, silk, linen, French


German pink banyan, 1750-60

Un banyan maschile ca.1750-1760, Germania in seta e argento. MuseoDamasco LorsicaBanyan 1750

Blue

English silk banyan, 1730-40

Banyan, 1690-1720, made in western Europe from fabric woven in China, silk damask. Museum no. T.31-2012, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Banyan, circa 1730-40, of blue Chinese damask, woven with large-scale repeats of Chinese censors on stands, amid acanthus scrolls and exotic fruits, of simple kimono-like construction, lined in blue taffeta, with fold-back cuffs, no fastenings


Blue banyan of unknown origin, 1720-60

Robe de chambre  Anonyme  entre 1720 et 1760


Possibly British silk banyan, 1750-60

Sky blue banyan, silk. 1750-1760. In the Manchester Art Gallery.Tumblr


English banyan of Chinese silk, 1760

A Banyan, c1760, England, silk. Of blue silk made in China for export, hand stitched and quilted with a high standing collar, long sleeves and deep cuffs, fitted into and flaring from the waist, with fastenings to either side at the front. the matching waistcoat (worn inside for extra warmth) is cut in a European style. Bonhams

Green

French green banyan, 1730's

Banyan, France, 1735-40, cut about 1780, silk. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, inv. no. 909.33.1


Banyan that belonged to Jacques de Vaucauson, mid-18th century

Robe d'intérieur (ou banyan) de Jacques Vaucanson, dite « chasuble de Vaucanson », Paris, vers 1770-1780. MT 2015.1.1. Achat en vente publique Daguerre, 2015 © Musée des Tissus, Sylvain Pretto, Pierre Verrier


French silk banyan, 1720's

Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat, France, circa 1720Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat France, circa 1720 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin with silk supplementary-weft patterning a) Robe center back length: 29 1/4 in. (74.3 cm); b) Waistcoat center back length: 55 3/4 in. (141.61 cm) Costume Council Fund (M.2010.90a-b)



British silk banyan, 1740's

Dressing Gown  Date: ca. 1740 Culture: British Medium: silkDressing gown (image 2) | British | 1740 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 1981.352.4


Brown


English banyan, 1730-40

Coat, England, c. 1730-1740. Golden silk damask. (Probably banyan?)


Banyan belonged to Thomas Carill-Wolsey, 1780's

Gowns could be fitted like coats or very loose based on a kimono-shape, like this leaf green silk damask example of about 1780 which belonged to Thomas Carill-Worsley of Platt Hall. Such a garment would have been put on instead of the fitted coat, over the shirt, waistcoat and breeches, for relaxing at home and would have been worn with a cap to cover the wig-less head. Sometimes men would also potter outside in banyans, as did the famous diarist, Parson Woodforde, who was embarrassed when se...



German silk banyan



Bronze banyan with blue trimmings, c. 1760

Man’s at-home Robe (Banyan), circa 1760, Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk.


English silk banyan, 1735

Banyan, ca. 1735  English  Brown figured silk faille


German silk banyan, 1727-33

Weste / Hauskleid bestehend aus Robe, Weste und Mütze


Danish banyan, 1780

Slåbrok i kattun, ca. 1780 brugt som teaterkostume

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