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ABERDEEN, LADY
Neg. No: (GP) 3184
Neg. Size: 15"x12"
Neg. Date: NONE

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Sitter: Ishabel Maria (ne้ Marjoribanks) Marchioness of Aberdeen & Temair (1857-1939).

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Biog: Promoter & patron of social service enterprise; youngest daughter of 1st Baron Tweedmouth; m 1877 John Campbell, 7th Earl and 1st Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair.

Date: [1902].

Image published in Cool, published by The Fan Museum, Greenwich

 

Occasion: Coronation of King Edward VII.

Location: The Lafayette Studio, 179 New Bond Street, London W.

Descr: TQL seated.

Costume: A Peeress's gown.(1)

Costume Designer: - Costume Supplier: Paquin Ltd., 39 Dover Street, London W.

Furniture & Props: Painted backdrop.

Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 179 New Bond Street, London W.

Evidence of photographer at work: -

No of poses: 1.
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Earl of Aberdeen 1902
Marchioness of Aberdeen 1902

 

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The Queen,21 November 1896

 

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Provenance: Pinewood Studios; acquired 1989.

References: Biog: Burke's Peerage. Occasion: - Costume: The Observer, 10 August 1902, p 6e; Madame, 16 August 1902, p 328a; The Queen, 16 August 1902, p 257a. Costume Designer: - Costume Supplier: The Court Journal, 16 August 1902, p 24a; Madame, 16 August 1902, p 328b. Reproduced: -

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1. ..."had her gown appropriately embroidered with a handsome spray of thistles in silver and gold thread, and the white satin corsage and petticoat were tastefully trimmed with point a l'aiguille lace and mousseline de soie" (Madame, 16 August 1902, p 328a); "...skirt was composed of mousseline-de-soie and lace over white satin and the kirtle was worked with thistles (of the Gordon arms) in gold and silver" (The Observer, 10 August 1902, p 6e); "... petticoat was trimmed in front with mousseline and point d'aiguille, the sleeves quite short and finished off with lace ruffles" (The Queen, 16 August 1902, p 257a).