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UCD Students at the FAMSF
UCD Design students inspired by works in the FAMSF

“Comtesse de Morel- Vinde and her Daughter (The Music Lesson)”
Baron Francois-Pascal-Simon Gerard 
France: 1799

Costume Designers: Dennis Liu & Jasmine Yang 
Models: Shreya Carey & Natalie Lam 
Photographer: Kara Chin
“Saint Cecilia”
John William Waterhouse 
England: 1895 

Costume Designer: Eve Wanetick 
Model: Jenny Chen 
Photographer: Kara Chin
“Portrait of a Lady”
Anthony van Dyck 
Flanders: ca. 1620 

Costume Designer: Jenny Chen 
Model: Jenny Chen 
Photographer: Kara Chin

“The Broken Pitcher”
William-Adolphe Bouguereau 
France: 1891

Costume Designer: Luis Zepeda 
Model: Shreya Carey 
Photographer: Kara Chin“Laure-Emilie-Felicite David, La Baronne Meunier” 
Jacques-Louis David 
France: 1812

Costume Designer: Natalie Lam 
Model: Natalie Lam 
Photographer: Kara Chin“Anne, Viscountess Townsend, Later Marchioness Townsend”
Sir Joshua Reynolds 
England: 1779-1780

Costume Designer: Nicole Burkholder 
Model: Natalie Lam 
Photographer: Kara Chin“Marie-Anne Carolus-Duran (The Artist's Daughter)"
Emile Carolus-Duran 
France: 1874

Costume Designer: Rumiko Adame 
Model: Heaji Richards 
Photographer: Kara Chin“Mary, Countess of Plymouth"
Sir Thomas Lawrence 
England: ca. 1817 

Costume Designer: Shreya Carey 
Model: Shreya Carey
Photographer: Kara Chin

In light of Dr. James Housefield’s talk on Friday, April 24, 2015, at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, he shared these photographs featuring UCD students at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor (Spring 2014, Design 198 class).

Shreya Carey, a design student at the time, organized a directed group study class, DES 198: Historical Costume Design and Construction (Europe) which Prof. Housefield co-supervised. Department of Design colleague, Adele Zhang, also co-directed this group of students in Spring 2014.

These photographs showcase the DES 198 students modeling the clothing they designed and sewed, based on historical examples from paintings in the FAMSF collections. 

Prof. Housefield would also like to acknowledge other “students who contributed to the phenomenal results of the DES 198 class”: Nicole Burkholder, Luis Zepeda, Eve Wanetick, Jenny Chen, Rumiko Adame, Dennis Liu, Natalie Lam, Jasmine Yang, and Kara Chin for her photographic work throughout the class.

Prof. Housefield would like to give a special thank-you to Renee Baldocchi and Cynthia Inaba at the FAMSF for facilitating the students’ engagement with the works, and their final photo shoot. Renee is an alumna of UC Davis. 

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James Housefield at the
de Young Museum

Paul Gauguin, Three Tahitians, 1899. Oil on canvas. Scottish National Gallery

At the de Young Museum of San Francisco, James Housefield will give a lecture titled “Luxury for All the Senses: Gauguin’s Golden Paradise in ‘Three Tahitians’ (1899).” His talk, in conjunction with the exhibition “Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland,” coincides with the opening of the 19th annual Student Showcase, “Divergence: Emerging Legacies.” 

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