Pockets in the V&A collection

 

Pockets in paintings

Each of the paintings below contains an image of a pocket.

William Frederick Witherington, 'The Hop Garland', 1834. Museum no. FA.233
William Frederick Witherington, 'The Hop Garland', 1834. Museum no. FA.233
David Wilkie, 'The Refusal', 1814. Museum no. FA. 266
David Wilkie, 'The Refusal', 1814. Museum no. FA. 266
Thomas Unwins, 'Haymakers at Dinner', England, 1840s. Museum no. 3027-1876
Thomas Unwins, 'Haymakers at Dinner', England, 1840s. Museum no. 3027-1876
Edwin Landseer, 'The Drover’s Departure', 1851. Museum no. FA.88
Edwin Landseer, 'The Drover’s Departure', 1851. Museum no. FA.88

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V&A Horst Pocket Diary 2015

V&A Horst Pocket Diary 2015

The favourite photographer of Vogue and House and Garden, Horst P. Horst (1906 - 99) moved in the most creative and illustrious circles, befriending a…

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Event - Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

Sat 14 March 2015–Sun 19 July 2015

EXHIBITION: Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty will showcase McQueen’s visionary body of work. Spanning his 1992 MA graduate collection to his unfinished A/W 2010 collection, McQueen’s designs will be presented with the dramatic staging and sense of spectacle synonymous with his runway shows.

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