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Anthony;Pegaret; ( 1915 - 2000 )

Pegaret Anthony was a student of Jeannetta Cochrane in 1934-8 through whom she developed a great knowledge and love of the history of dress. After completing the course she was asked to return to teach and remained at the college for almost forty years. Her teaching was legendary and she influenced many students. She taught classes on the history of dress and took students to the V&A and the British Museum where they were encouraged to study dress first hand. Her teaching aids included an extensive slide collection - she was one of the first to use slides in her teaching - as well as reproductions of paintings and drawings and brass rubbings. During the Second World War she submitted some of her work to the War Artists Advisory Committee and two watercolour drawings are in the Imperial War Museum collection today. After her death in 2000 the college purchased an extensive collection of her work for the CSM Museum Collection.

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F.632 ; ; Women's Freedom Group Episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.633 ; [1940s] ; Munition workers - Women's Freedom Group Episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.634 ; ; two women with bobbed hair and short skirts - Woman's Freedom Group Episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.635 ; ; 50s Group Episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.636 ; ; Young Girl - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.637 ; ; Kier Hardie - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.638 ; ; Disraeli - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.639 ; ; Workers - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

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Colour sketch of a group of art students at their easels.

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F.642 ; ; Public Opinion Group - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.643 ; ; Public Opinion group - episode 6

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

F.644 ; ; Group 50 Men - episode VI

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

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F.646 ; ; Times Newspaper Reporter

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

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F.648 ; ; Robert Owen

Pegaret Anthony was involved in 1938 as chief designer of the costumes for a huge Centenary Pageant in Birmingham with about 5000 people dressed in costumes of many periods associated with Birmingham's history. It is possible that this is work for that event

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Jeannetta Cochrane often held life drawing classes where the models dressed in period clothes from the theatre course collection

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Jeannetta Cochrane often held life drawing classes where the models dressed in period clothes from the theatre course collection

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F.782 ; ; Artois Dragons Colonel

paper has been folded in half

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F.792 ; ; Lord Athending

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F.878 ; 1942-43 ; [Woman seated at bench]

Colour sketch of woman seated on a bench inscribed 'Levine and son' working with a piece of cloth.

F.879 ; 1942-43 ; [Men and women working on a train carriage]

Colour sketch of a group of men and women working on a train carriage

F.880 ; 1942-43 ; [Men and women assembling aeroplanes]

Colour sketch of men and women assembling the interior of a plane

F.881 ; 1942-43 ; [Woman working on factory machinery]

Woman working on factory machinary with a basket of produce beside her

F.882 ; 1942-43 ; [Man working on factory machinery]

Man in cap working on factory machinary

F.883 ; 1942-43 ; [Female factory workers]

Colour sketch of women working in a factory

F.888 ; 1943 ; 'Mr. F.W. Parker at the sewing machine'

Work as war artist Pencil sketch on back of drawing of County Court Office Coat of Arms

F.893 ; 1943 ; 'Louis Henry fixing the stop plate on the dome before assembly'

Work as war artist

F.894 ; 1943 ; 'Mr Simpson balancing blades on assembly'

Work as war artist

F.896 ; 1943 ; 'Mr Nutley turning out naval instruments'

Work as war artist

F.898 ; 1942-43 ; [Women using machine]

Work as an official war artist

F.901 ; 1943 ; 'H.Lazarus working on army uniforms'

Work as war artist.

F.911 ; 1943 ; [Women working in a factory]

Work as an official war artist.

F.915 ; 1943 ; 'Mr. F.W. Parker working in a factory'

Work as war artist

F.917 ; 1943 ; 'Drilling at an aircraft factory'

Work as a war artist

F.923 ; 1943 ; 'Mr. Ansell on fuselage assembly'

Work as war artist

F.936 ; 1943 ; [Group of women finishing off army great coats]

Work as war artist

F.940 ; 1942 ; 'St Alban's Church, Wood St. E.C.2'

Work as war artist

F.944 ; 1942 ; 'The Temple'

Work as war artist

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Costume design for male figure in owl costume. Production unknown

TH.10 ; ; Costume design

Costume design for male character, possibly a smuggler. Production unknown

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Costume design for female figure in eighteenth century peasant costume. Production unknown

TH.12 ; c.1960s ; Costume design

Costume design for Austro-Hungarian Minister, Andre Esterhazy, Ball Scene. research for an unrealised Samuel Bronstein Productions film.

TH.13 ; c.1960s ; Costume design

Costume design for Italian Navy Lieutenant, Battle dress (alternative) research for an unrealised Samuel Bronstein Productions film

TH.14 ; 1950s ; Fashion drawing

Fashion drawing of female figure in 1950s clothing

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TH.16 ; 1935 ; Costume design

Costume design for Gwen Wally as the Spirit of Pageantry Birmingham Pageant, 1935

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TH.18 ; ; Costume design

Costume Design for the Duke of Buckingham Richard III, Act IV, Scene II

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TH.21 ; ; Costume study

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TH.23 ; ; Costume design

Costume design for Donald Woolfit as Murderer, Richard III. Production date unknown

TH.24 ; 1945 ; Costume design for Dido and Aeneas

Costume design for Sorceress, Dido and Aeneas. Performed at the Arts Theatre, Cambrdige, 1945

TH.25 ; ; Costume design for Richard, Richard III

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TH.27 ; ; Costume design for Richard III

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TH.29 ; ; Costume design fro Richard III

TH.30 ; ; Costume study of 19th Century dress

Costume study of early 19th century gown - purple with puffed sleeves and bow fastenings at front. Notes in pencil: English, William IV, 1830-37, brocaded silk, given by the family of the late Mrs Jane Robinson of Skiddow Grove, Keswick, Cumberland

TH.31 ; ; Costume study of late 18th century dress

Costume study of green, late 18th century dress. Notes in pencil: English dress, late 18th century, Spitalfields silk brocade, gift by the family of Hugh Parker Mitchell, late keeper of this Museum T.40 - 1926

TH.32 ; ; Costume study of dress, C.1800

Costume study of green dress with cream petticoat, c.1800. Notes in pencil: dress and petticoat, English about 1800, the dress of silk and wool (figured poplin), the petticoat of muslin. 513 - 1902 T.787a - 1913

TH.33 ; ; Costume study of late 19th century dress

Costume study of late 19th century dress in green with purple sleeves and hem. Notes in pencil: evening dress English about 1893, silk (moire) and velvet, decorated with sequins. Given by Mrs Armistead.

TH.34 ; ; Fashion sketch

Fashion sketch, 1940s. Female figure in black dress with red trimming

TH.35.1-2 ; ; Costume designs for the two ugly sisters

Costume design for the two ugly sisters from Cinderella. Probably a class study. Both inscribed Elder Sister, Ball Scene

TH.36 ; ; Costume designs

Costume designs for two citizens, production unknown with fabric samples on a separate sheet

TH.37 ; ; Costume design for Mother Villo

Costume design for 'Mother Villo.' Female figure in Nuns costume

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TH.65.1-3 ; 1941 ; Richard III

designed for Donald Woolfit production

TH.66 ; ; Cinderella

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TH.82.1-3 ; c.1960s ; costume designs for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

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TH.84.1-3 ; 1939 ; costume designs for South Wales Miners Federation Pageant

pageant was produced in 1939 by Andre van Gyseghem

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TH.89.1-4 ; ; Costume designs for four American Indians

TH.90.1-4 ; ; costume designs for Shaw's Fanny's First Play

TH.91 ; c.1960s ; costume design for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.92 ; c.1960s ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.93.1-3 ; c.1960s ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.94.1-3 ; c.1960s ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.95 ; c.1960s ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.96.1-2 ; c.1960s ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.97.1-4 ; ; costume research for unrealised Samuel Bronstein production

TH.98.1-2 ; ; costume designs for Vanity Fair

TH.99.1-2 ; ; costume research

TH.100.1-4 ; ; costume designs for 'A Night At Nero's'

TH.101.1-27 ; ; costume designs for 'Dorcas'

TH.2009.106.M ; ;

from a portrait of 'A Woman in Black' exhibited at Tate in 1951 see also TH.2009.212.M.1-5

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from Bavaro di punto in aiere alle grotesca, pages 9, 17

TH.2009.108.M ; 1956 ;

detail from Elizabethan woman's cap in Eridge Castle Museum (now Fashion Museum Bath)

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drawing of detail of 15th century white linen embroidered with yellow silk - written description on rear of the garment in the Cluny Museum

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16th century embroidered border

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details of blackwork embroidery on Jacobean woman's jacket at Eridge Castle exhibition 1957 in different ink: 1965 London Museum

TH.2009.113.M ; ; museum study

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detail from portrait of Henry VIII at Chatsworth by Holbein RA exhibition Holbein and others no 13

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sketches of embroidery details

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drawing of floral embroidery on an early 17th century jacket in the V&A

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drawing of embroidered stomacher at Norwich Castle Museum embroidered with roses, pinks, tulips (given by Mrs Gurney)

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embroidered stomacher (1702-1714) at Norwich Castle Museum - flower growing upwards on 'vermecelli' ground (presented by James Reeve 23-02)

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embroidered stoamcher at the Norwich castle Museum - growing flower on 'vermecelli' ground - tracing of actual stomacher (presented by Mrs Rankin)

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line drawing of 18th century stomacher - tab for pinning to bodice with false buttoning down front - 12" broad, 14" long

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