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Gown Elizabeth 1 wore Explore Dennis Mueller's photos on Flickr. Dennis Mueller has uploaded 1539 photos to Flickr.

Gown worn by Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth I was queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty

Backside of Elizabethan gown, silk and velvet, embroidered with pearls, galon and gold roses. Ruff with supportasse. Costume made by Angela Mombers. Picture by Bart Kools.

Backside of Elizabethan gown, silk and velvet, embroidered with pearls, galon and gold roses. Ruff with supportasse. Costume made by Angela Mombers. Picture by Bart Kools. This is why I wish portraits could turn round!

Tapestry Elizabethan Wedding Gown

Shoulder flanges if the oversleeves are detachable? Like the way the brocade or tapestry is centered here. Imagine a few red beads and a couple of free-standing rowan leaves instead.

Jane Seymour - Wedding Dress | Flickr - Photo Sharing- From season 3 of "The Tudors"

Jane Seymour's wedding dress --- The Tudors -- an Irish-Canadian historical fiction television series set primarily in sixteenth-century England. Jane Seymour was Queen of England from 1536 to 1537 as the third wife of King Henry VIII.

Lis Evans - Hamlet. Northern Broadsides New Vic Theatre. 2011

Uneven flooring with projection Lis Evans - Hamlet. Northern Broadsides New Vic Theatre.

becky hindley (gertrude), tom kanji (laertes) & nicholas shaw (hamlet) in 'hamlet', west yorkshire playhouse. photo by nobby clark.

becky hindley (gertrude), tom kanji (laertes) & nicholas shaw (hamlet) in 'hamlet', west yorkshire playhouse. photo by nobby clark.

Trend Shots por Carlos López Duque: FESTIVAL IBEROAMERICANO DE TEATRO 2014

Reflective panels could be angled to reflect the audience, forcing them to consider their own contribution to social injustice

Ngurini (Searching), Jessie Boylan, Collaboration with Linda Dement and Nuclear Futures, The Block QUT, 2015,

Ngurini (Searching), Jessie Boylan, Collaboration with Linda Dement and Nuclear Futures, The Block QUT,