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National Dress Gallery

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Choose from 202 pictures in our National Dress collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Print

A rear view portrait of six Chinese schoolchildren in a line

A rear view portrait of six, young, Chinese, primary school students (four girls and two boys) standing in a line, dressed up for a performance. The girls are wearing white blouses and fuschia pink pinafores, which have white embroidered flowers round the hems. One girl looks back over her shoulder directly into the camera. The boys are dressed in long sleeved white shirts and blue trousers, with red scarves round their necks. One boy carries a large red flower. In the background are some trees and bushes. This image was shot while filming 'The Human Face of China'1979: A series of five comprehensive human-interest programs on China and its people.

© Copyright NFSA. All Rights Reserved.

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Close up of a male performer wearing an elaborate red headdress

A close up colour portrait of a male dancer wearing a large, red and white, intricately designed headdress with feathers, while participating in a cultural performance festival in the Solomon Islands. Behind him stand other dancers also wearing elaborate headdresses that feature bold, black fish with white trim and white bellies. In the background is a stand of shady trees. This image was shot while filming 'Solomon Islands' 1979.

© Copyright NFSA. All Rights Reserved.

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British sailors wearing Dutch clogs, First World War, 1914-1918, (1933). Creator: Unknown

British sailors wearing Dutch clogs, First World War, 1914-1918, (1933). 'Some 2,000 of the sailors who were sent over by Mr. Churchill to aid in the defence of Antwerp were cut off and only saved their liberty and their lives by crossing the frontier to Holland, where they were interned. Note they have adopted Dutch footwear necessarily - as Holland was a neutral State'. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]

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