Christoper Sorensen-Black of Seattle modelling a steampunk officer’s uniform made up of pieces from various armies and eras.
Also a really nice snarfblat.
Some of you may remember British uniform aficionado and illustrator David Bell-Hartley (AKA General Vyse) from a previous post.
Well this man has some seriously nice photos of a variety of vintage uniforms, so the more the merrier!
Portrait of Colonel John Hayes St. Leger, Detail (1770-1780). Sir Joshua Reynolds.
The Battle of Aboukir- Napolean’s last victory in his Egyptian campaign. (1799)
Painted by Antoine Jean-Gros in 1806
Rating even higher on the Revolutionary War sass-o-meter is Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette. Just look at him!
General John Burgoyne: playwright, commander during the American Civil War (for the English), and snappy dresser. Doesn’t he look kind of sassy? (Painting by Reynolds, 1777)