Lace Photos

Lace is fabric tied in such a way so as to create a decorative pattern by leaving holes through which light passes. Lace is used for curtains and clothing.

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The Lace Maker painting by Jan Vermeer at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Lacemaker painting by Nicolaes Maes at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Lace making kit at McAllister House Museum. Colorado Springs, CO.Lace making display at Museum of Normandy. Caen, France.
The Lace Maker painting (1669-70) by Jan Vermeer at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Lacemaker painting by Nicolaes Maes at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Lace making kit at McAllister House Museum. Colorado Springs, CO.Lace making display at Museum of Normandy. Caen, France.
Lace Makers, Ceylon painting by Edward Atkinson Hornel of Glasgow Boys at Broughton House. Kirkcudbright, Scotland.Silk & lace gentleman's coat from England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Irish lace collar at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.Irish lace jacket at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.
Lace Makers, Ceylon painting (1908) by Edward Atkinson Hornel of Glasgow Boys at Broughton House. Kirkcudbright, Scotland.Silk & lace gentleman's coat (c1740) from England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Irish lace collar (1890-1900) at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.Irish lace jacket (1905-10) at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.
Lace display in Szentendre. Hungary.Lace curtain detail at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Typical lace window coverings in a home in the village of Tiradentes. Brazil.Portrait of Gaston D'Orleans by unknown at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.
Lace display in Szentendre. Hungary.Lace curtain detail at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Typical lace window coverings in a home in the village of Tiradentes. Brazil.Portrait of Gaston D'Orleans (c1630) by unknown at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.
François d'Espinay, Marquis Saint-Luc painting by Ferdinand Elle at Museum of Fine Arts. Reims, France.Filips Godines portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Marguerite of France daughter of Henry II & first wife of Henry IV portrait after François Clouet at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Louise de Lorraine portrait at Chenonceau Chateau. Chenonceau, France.
François d'Espinay, Marquis Saint-Luc painting (1631) by Ferdinand Elle at Museum of Fine Arts. Reims, France.Filips Godines portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Marguerite of France (aka Queen Margot) daughter of Henry II & first wife of Henry IV portrait after François Clouet at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Louise de Lorraine portrait (16thC) at Chenonceau Chateau. Chenonceau, France.
Marie de' Medici, 2nd wife of Henry IV & son Dauphin Louis portrait by Charles Martin at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Marchesa Brigida Spinola Doria portrait by Peter Paul Rubens at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Anne d'Autriche portrait after Peter Paul Rubens at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Lady Alicia Talbot, Countess of Arundel portrait by Peter Paul Rubens at Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain.
Marie de' Medici, 2nd wife of Henry IV & son Dauphin Louis portrait (1603) by Charles Martin at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Marchesa Brigida Spinola Doria portrait (1606) by Peter Paul Rubens at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Anne d'Autriche (Queen of France, Wife of Louis XIII) portrait after Peter Paul Rubens at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Lady Alicia Talbot, Countess of Arundel portrait (1620) by Peter Paul Rubens at Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain.
Marchesa Durazzo portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, NY.Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Marchesa Durazzo portrait (c1621-7) by Anthony van Dyck at Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, NY.Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child (1634) by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child (1634) by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.William II, Prince of Orange, & his Bride Mary Stuart painting by Anthony van Dyck at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait presumed to be Marie d'Orléans painting by anonymous French artist at Museum of Fine Arts. Reims, France.
Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.William II, Prince of Orange, & his Bride Mary Stuart painting (1641) by Anthony van Dyck at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait presumed to be Marie d'Orléans (17thC) painting by anonymous French artist at Museum of Fine Arts. Reims, France.

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