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ARTH 225: Art and Fashion: from the Renaissance to the present

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Stepping Out: Clothes for a Gallery Goer (AEAC 27 April–1 December 2019)

        

Evening Dress, 1912–1914, silk and gold lamé (Agnes Etherington Art Centre). Gift of Kathleen M. Richardson, 1988 (C91-719.19) Photo: Bernard Clark

Useful Library of Congress Class Numbers

All "N" Fine Arts class material is held in the Stauffer Library Art Collection, NE wing on the 2nd floor. Other class numbers are integrated throughout Stauffer. Note also locations: Folio, Reference, Course Reserve.

Useful LC classifications to browse art and fashion in the stacks or by Call Number in Omni:

GT500-GT737: Costume. Dress. Fashion 
N: Visual arts
NK4700-4890; NK9503-9505.5: Decorative arts. Costume and its accessories; Textile painting
TR: Photography
TS1490-1548: Setting of textiles
TT490-695: Clothing manufacture

Course Guides

GNDS 350: Feminism, the Body, and Visual Culture