Louisiana Art Gallery
  My daughter, Alison, at the Louisiana Art Gallery, Northern Sealand, Denmark. The Danish design here is, as usual, very beautiful.

Alison Matthews David was awarded her doctorate in art history from Stanford University in 2002. Her thesis was entitled ‘Cutting a Figure: Tailoring, Technology and Social Identity in Nineteenth-Century Paris.’

Her research interests include nineteenth and early twentieth century European and North American dress and fashion, tailoring and the history of the garment trades, the history of camouflage, fashion photography and early photographic history and health, medicine and clothing

She is currently researching and writing a book entitled Fashion Victims: Death by Clothing, which is part of a larger project on clothing and health in historical perspective.

Alison at the Louisiana Art Gallery, Denmark

© Arnold Matthews