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Daytime Dress

Daytime Dress

Date: 1955
Creator: Simpson, Adele
Description: Daytime dress of printed cotton lawn. Street-length of white cotton lawn is printed with stripes of grays and coral is sleeveless, with wide straps and V-neckline in front and back. The bodice is cut so that stripes are diagonal, meeting at center front and back and emphasizing the V-neckline. The narrow waist is slightly dropped, and is defined by a wide set-in decorative belt of the same fabric, with stripes running horizontally, with fabric-wrapped rectangular buckle and ends. The full skirt has stripes running vertically, and is gathered at the waist/bottom of the belt. There is one underskirt of cream faille, and a second of stiff cream netting. The center-back zipper closure extends from single hook-and-eye at neckline to base of belt. Bodice is partly lined with cream faille and has internal boning. There is a white grosgrain ribbon inner waistband with hook-and-eye closures. Designer's label is sewn inside dress, to bodice lining at left side: "Adele Simpson". This dress was a gift of the designer Adele Simpson and her husband Wesley Simpson to the Dallas Museum of Fashion, which later became the Texas Fashion Collection.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1967
Creator: Simpson, Adele
Description: Hat of light brown leather printed with dark brown "squiggles". The domed crown is surmounted by a circular button covered with same leather. Around base of crown is a narrow band of same leather, tied, with trailing ends. The wide, floppy brim bends downwards. Unlined, with the leather is backed with a felt-like material. Inner brown grosgrain ribbon hatband. No labels in the hat.
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Proletarian Victim

Proletarian Victim

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Date: 1933
Creator: Siqueiros, David Alfaro
Description: None
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Meadow

Meadow

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Date: 1875
Creator: Sisley, Alfred
Description: None
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Assumption of the Virgin

Assumption of the Virgin

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Date: ca. 1500
Creator: Sittow, Michael
Description: None
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Skywood
Description: Hat of black vinyl and black straw. The cylindrical crown is of black vinyl, flattened at top. The black straw brim is set off-center to crown, turned up at outside edge to create high outer edge. Set at back edge of upturned brim is a bow of black grosgrain ribbon. Lined in black fabric, and with a black grosgrain ribbon inner hatband. Label sewn to inner hatband: "Skywood / original"
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Boys Bathing

Boys Bathing

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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: This detail of the painting shows one of the boys in the water, some plants at the edge of the water and boys on sideline.
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Boys Bathing

Boys Bathing

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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The painting depicts boys in a small body of water as well as boys on the sideline. The brushstrokes are loose and light in tone.
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Supper at Nymphenburg Park

Supper at Nymphenburg Park

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Date: 1908
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The close detail of this painting shows the table with the men dining and their waiter. The loose brushwork is visible in this detail.
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Supper at Nymphenburg Park

Supper at Nymphenburg Park

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Date: 1908
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The painting depicts a group of men at a dining table on the landing of a large set of stairs to a large building. A waiter stands at their side. The brushstrokes are long and loose.
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