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Cult of Mourning: Reviving Victorian Art

During one of the darkest times in history, people sought solace through the creation of mementos. The Victorian era is known as a time where people experienced tremendous loss of life though plagues, wars, and the absence of modern medicine. One of the many ways people coped with losing a loved one was with woven hair art. This artform required locks of hair from the deceased. It could be woven by artists into elegant wreaths and jewelry pieces to be treasured by family members. These works of art would provide a tangible object that could be used during the . . .

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