Robe En Linon

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The painting titled "Robe En Linon" by Charles Martin, created in 1912 as part of a series for "Costumes Parisiens," features an elegantly dressed woman in a stylized form typical of early 20th-century fashion illustration. The subject is depicted wearing a flowing long dress with an emphasis on layered textures and patterns. This gown showcases various decorative details like lace embroidery, which is referred to as "broderie anglaise" in the accompanying text, suggesting an intricate English embroidery style on the high-collared bodice.Her attire is complemented by a wide-brimmed hat adorned with what appears to be floral designs, enhancing her poised and refined appearance. She holds a large, stylized rose that matches the embroidery on her gown, both in color and floral motif.In the foreground, a delicately drawn rose bush with blooming flowers adds a naturalistic element that contrasts with the geometric precision of her attire. The choice of a simple and calm background with softly drawn clouds and minimalistic landscape elements focuses attention on her attire and the detailing of the fabric.This illustration not only captures the fashion of the era but also reflects the artistic trends of the time, where fashion plates were not merely commercial but also had artistic value, often highlighting the interplay between fashion, art, and lifestyle during the period.


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Charles Martin was well-known for his distinctive style that beautifully blended Art Deco aesthetics with traditional French design elements. His works were recognized for their elegance and sophistication, and Martin became one of the most recognized artists of his era. He was also noted for his innovations in fashion design, significantly contributing to shaping the fashion trend of his time.