Art of François and Jean Clouet
François Clouet son of Jean Clouet, was a French Renaissance miniaturist and painter, particularly known for his detailed portraits of the French ruling family.
Miniature of Catherine de Medici attributed to Francois Clouet, c.1530-35. (Victoria & Albert Museum)
Leonor de Sapata (unfinished), Jean Clouet. 16th century.
Henry II of France. Henry II also had three illegitimate children: By Filippa Duci: Diane, duchesse d'Angoulême (1538–1619). At the age of fourteen, the younger Diane married Orazio Farnese, Duke of Castro, who died young in battle. Her 2nd marriage was to François, Duke of Montmorency. By Lady Janet Stewart (1508–1563), the illegitimate daughter of James IV of Scotland: Henri d'Angoulême (1551 – June 1586). By Nicole de Savigny: Henri de Saint-Rémy (1557–1621). european royalti, tudor, 16th century, queens, france, european histori, royalti histori, portrait, henri ii
François Clouet, Portrait of Henry II of France, c. 1547 - 1559
Clouet François (vers 1515-1572) (d'après) Ecole : Ecole française Crédit photographique : Nous contacter au préalable pour la publicité. (C) RMN-GP (Château de Versailles) / Franck Raux Période : 16e siècle, Renaissance (période) Technique/Matière : huile sur bois
"Mary, Queen of Scots", 1559-60, by François Clouet (French, c. 1510-1572). White mourning was the deepest form of mourning in medieval times and in later years among the queens of France. In the portrait, Mary Queen of Scots (who was once queen consort of France) wears white to mourn the death of King Francis II. mari queen, famili, queens, medieval times, queen mary, the queen, france, scot, portrait
Mary Queen of Scots by François Clouet, 1559-60 France, Royal Collection White mourning was the deepest form of mourning in medieval times and in later years among the queens of France. In the portrait, Mary Queen of Scots (who was once queen consort of France) wears white to mourn the death of King Francis II.
1570 Jeanne d'Albret by François Clouet (Musée Condé, Chantilly France) She was Queen-regnant of Navarre, a basque region facing the Atlantic straddling the current Franco-Spanish border. She married Antoine de Bourbon and her son Henri (IV) became King of France and founded the Bourbon dynasty. 16th century, florence italy, the dress, françoi clouet, 16th centuri
1570 Jeanne d'Albret by François Clouet (Musée Condé, Chantilly France) She was Queen-regnant of Navarre, a basque region facing the Atlantic straddling the current Franco-Spanish border. She married Antoine de Bourbon and her son Henri (IV) became King of France and founded the Bourbon dynasty.
Portrait of a Woman Artist: Francois Clouet Origin: undated Location: Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany Origin Size: 21.00x21.00 cm
Catherine de' Medici, attributed to François Clouet, c. 1555 Queen consort of France Reign 31 March 1547 – 10 July 1559
Claude Gouffier by Francois Clouet--16th centure--arrogance of French aristocracy (pre revolution) at its finest
Portrait of Louise de Lorraine-Vaudémont by François Clouet, ca 1570 France, MFA Houston
Diane de Poitiers, Henri II mistress. This painting by Francois Clouet.
Jean Clouet, Portrait of Marguerite d'Angoulême, c. 1530
François Clouet A Lady in Her Bath, c. 1571
Francis I (French: François Ier) (Born 12 September 1494 – Died 31 March 1547) was King of France from 1515 until his death. During his reign, huge cultural changes took place in France and he has been called France's original Renaissance monarch. A great personal rivalry existed between Francis and Henry VIII. bookmarks, jean clouet, henry viii, crown jewels, jeans, france, fathers, cousins, marriage
Francis I of France - Painting by Jean Clouet
Anne de Pisseleu d'Heilly (1508 – 1580), Duchess of Étampes, was the mistress of Francis I of France. After the death of Queen Claude in 1524 she wielded considerable political power at court. She was once described as " "the most beautiful among the learned and the most learned among the beautiful." After the Death of Francis she was dismissed from court by the new king, Henry II's mistress, Diane de Poitiers. renaiss, art, portrait, 16th centuri
Anne de Pisseleu by Clouet, 1557