Theatrical satire 19th century, Plate 031. Fashion plates, 1700-1955. The Costume Institute Fashion Plates. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Woodman Thompson (b17520939) | This satirical image comes from our Costume Institute Fashion Plates collection. #illustration
Return to Cranford. Not technically a film, but I'll count it as one. :) I love Cranford, but I had only seen this once, and several years ago. I had forgotten how sad it was...two people die in basically the first 30 minutes! Anyway, I loved it. So sweet and funny and sad. I always tear up when the Cranford ladies emerge in the train steam. :) And I had forgotten how many familiar faces there are here: Carson and Lady Mary (of Downton Abbey), Fisher Bloom (of Lark Rise to Candleford), etc.