vrijdag 23 augustus 2013

DE WERELD VAN JANE AUSTEN

jane austen manuscript

jane austen manuscript






Winchester Cathedral - Jane Austen Memorial



jane austen's writing desk



jane austen's writing desk










Jane Austen's house museum at Chawton Cottage, view from the dining parlour



Chawton Cottage, home where Jane Austen lived her last eight years. Visitors entrance
Chawton Cottage, home where Jane Austen lived her last eight years. Visitors entrance



The Dining Room, where Jane Austen wrote. See the small writing table at the far right near the window.
The Dining Room, where Jane Austen wrote. See the small writing table at the far right near the window.



Reproduction bed in Jane Austen's bedroom in Chawton Cottage, which she shared with her sister Cassandra. Jane Austen’s England - The Washington Post
Reproduction bed in Jane Austen's bedroom in Chawton Cottage, which she shared with her sister Cassandra.



Jane Austen's Pelisse or outer coat



Hats and bonnets of the Jane Austen period



Fashionable costumes of 1815




James Austen, Jane’s eldest brother
James Austen, Jane’s eldest brother




Captain Charles Austen, Jane's brother
Captain Charles Austen, Jane's brother




Jane Austen's ring: The ring looks as if it’s stone is of turquoise, but in fact it is odontolite, which was commonly known as Bone Turquoise.It is, in fact a fossilised tooth, that was heat treated  to turn blue, so that it could be used in imitation of the more expensive semi precious stone, fashionable in the Regency period.




Henry Thomas Austen, brother of Jane




Jane Austen's brothers from the left: Henry, James, Frank, Edward, and Charles (bottom right.) There is no image of the 6th brother, George, who was disabled or mentally challenged, and did not live with the family.




Jane Austen's grave in Winchester Cathedra




Disputed portrait of a teen aged Jane Austen by Ozias Humphrey. The portrait was not sold by Christies's in April, 2007.



Austen family image created by Vic, Jane Austens World
Austen family 




Tom Lefroy
Tom Lefroy, who flirted and danced with Jane when he came for a short visit.




Rev. George Austen as a young man. He was Jane Austen's father. 




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