A searchable gallery of 1, images and weekly case studies help the genealogist date their own pictures. Date Old Photographs. Dating 19th Century Card Mounted Portraits. Dating Portraits - Clothing Styles.
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Jayne Shrimpton offers a professional service dating and interpreting photographs and artworks for family historians; local history and genealogy groups; museums and archives; art dealers and galleries; TV networks and production companies. Jayne's formal visual training and experience of working across all artistic and photographic media, combined with her extensive fashion history knowledge, has given her a unique skillset, ideal for successfully interpreting historical images. After decades of advising family and local historians and academic researchers, she understands the importance of time and place and can explain each photograph, painting, drawing and silhouette, revealing its historical context. Using all available evidence, and focusing closely on fashion details, Jayne establishes an accurate time frame for each picture - essential for researchers hoping to identify mystery ancestors.
Genealogy research: Dating vintage photographs by clothing & hairstyles
Another resource for dating vintage clothing are museums. There is a website called VintageFashionandArt. You can see gorgeous vintage dresses from all around the world in one spot. It would be a good one to add to your resource list. We live in a house built in and recently the previous owners sent us a gift we are preserving the heritage and history of two old shirts they found in the spring house.
Welcome to the fifth in our series of blogs about how to understand and interpret your old family photos. In this series, Jayne Shrimpton, internationally recognised dress historian, portrait specialist, photo detective and regular contributor to Family Tree, Your Family History and Family History Monthly magazines, dates and analyses different types of photographs and helps you to add context to your old family pictures. Having learned in the previous blog how photograph compositions and studio settings changed over the years, we now look closely at what our forebears are wearing in old photographs.