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Mariano Fortuny dove-grey Delphos gown, circa 1930, printed with maker to the inner selvedge, the armholes and side seams edged in clear Murano glass beads, the satin belt stencilled with silver vines

Mariano Fortuny dove-grey Delphos gown, circa 1930, printed with maker to the inner selvedge, the armholes and side seams edged in clear Murano glass beads, the satin belt stencilled with silver vines

Delphos by Fortuny, pleated silk dress with stenciled waistband and diaphanous over tunic

Delphos by Fortuny, pleated silk dress with stenciled waistband and diaphanous over tunic

Mariano Fortuny - Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo was a Spanish designer.  His work seems timeless.  He drew on past and non-European cultures as inspiration.  His dresses were usually made in bright solid colors, and rich fabrics.

Mariano Fortuny - Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo was a Spanish designer. His work seems timeless. He drew on past and non-European cultures as inspiration. His dresses were usually made in bright solid colors, and rich fabrics.

A Mariano Fortuny stencilled white gauze tabard, (back view) early 20th century, printed with Near Eastern motifs of black scrolls and edging lines, side slits.

A Mariano Fortuny stencilled white gauze tabard, (back view) early 20th century, printed with Near Eastern motifs of black scrolls and edging lines, side slits.

Golden ochre silk velvet tabard w/ Persian pattern gold stenciling, peach pleated silk sleeve & dress side panels enclosed w/ Murano glass beads & silk cord loops, silk lining, circular label "Mariano Fortuny Venise",

Golden ochre silk velvet tabard w/ Persian pattern gold stenciling, peach pleated silk sleeve & dress side panels enclosed w/ Murano glass beads & silk cord loops, silk lining, circular label "Mariano Fortuny Venise",

Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871–1949). Evening Dress (detail), 1920s, Haute Couture. Hand–pleated orange silk charmeuse, hand–embroidered with Venetian glass beads and hand–knotted silk cord. Photo © Nicholas Alan Cope. #ManusxMachina #CostumeInstitute

Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871–1949). Evening Dress (detail), 1920s, Haute Couture. Hand–pleated orange silk charmeuse, hand–embroidered with Venetian glass beads and hand–knotted silk cord. Photo © Nicholas Alan Cope. #ManusxMachina #CostumeInstitute

Fortuny Silk Delphos Gown with box, 1920-1930s. Photo courtesy Augusta Auctions.

Fortuny Silk Delphos Gown with box, 1920-1930s. Photo courtesy Augusta Auctions.

FORTUNY STENCILED VELVET GOWN, EARLY 20th C. Short sleeve black silk velvet with V-neck and back, front lacing with silk cord, slightly gathered at either side of bust into a pair of Murano glass beads, waistline shaped by silk cord strung at sides and back through glass beads, gold stenciling in large scale foliate design. The stenciling is from a design in Jacopo Bellini's sketchbook of  15th century Italian Renaissance textile designs. Back

FORTUNY STENCILED VELVET GOWN, EARLY 20th C. Short sleeve black silk velvet with V-neck and back, front lacing with silk cord, slightly gathered at either side of bust into a pair of Murano glass beads, waistline shaped by silk cord strung at sides and back through glass beads, gold stenciling in large scale foliate design. The stenciling is from a design in Jacopo Bellini's sketchbook of 15th century Italian Renaissance textile designs. Back

Mariano Fortuny, Black silk Delphos gown, 1920

Mariano Fortuny, Black silk Delphos gown, 1920

Design House: Fortuny  Designer: Mariano Fortuny Culture: Italian Medium: silk, glass Evening Dress Accession Number: 1980.170 (on the left) Evening Dress Accession Number: C.I.58.61.4 (on the right)

Design House: Fortuny Designer: Mariano Fortuny Culture: Italian Medium: silk, glass Evening Dress Accession Number: 1980.170 (on the left) Evening Dress Accession Number: C.I.58.61.4 (on the right)

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