House of Worth (Paris), ca. 1895-1900. Reception gown (bodice and skirt). Gown is ivory silk chiffon and ivory silk net over which black Alençon lace appliqués have been sewn. Underskirt is ivory silk. The designer’s eye for detail and flawless workmanship, as seen in this dress, is characteristic of the high quality of French couturier fashions of the late 19th century. This elegant gown is typical of just one of 7 or 8 outfits a fashionable lady might wear in a single day.
With a steady hand and eye for detail, artist Salavat Fidai carves miniature artworks onto the tips of lead pencils. Fidai, who hails from Ufa, Russia is also a painter and illustrator and works not only in miniature but larger scale paintings as well.
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I decided to make my own screw post portfolio. The advantage of the screw posts is that they allow you to add or remove pages very easily. I felt that making my own portfolio would show possible clients that I have an eye for detail and care very much about my work and the way it’s presented.
Joseph Sebastian Klauber & Johann Baptist Klauber - Allegory of the Protection of the Virgen de Guadalupe over New Spain (c. 1754). The Klauber family established a Catholic art publishing company in the Bavarian city of Augsburg in 1737. They were very active in producing religious prints of the saints, scenes from the Bible and pilgrimage sites.The Klaubers conducted their work with the highest standards and eye for detail.