Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries
1539 Flemish Gown - Great copy of Ambrosius Bensons' Mme. Cornelis de Scheppere !!
1601 Portrait of a Lady of the Shelton Family by unknown artist | Epic necklace.
Portrait of a boy, maybe son of Bartholomaeus Schachmann, mayor of Gdańsk by Anton Möller. 1590's based on size and shape of ruff.
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Portrait of Anne of Denmark; ca. 1605, attributed to John de Critz, National Maritime Museum, London. We can tell the style of the skirts have changed from the Farthingale, to a wheel farthingale. It is easy to see how later, this will evolve into the wide panniers favored in the Rococo time period.
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1550 Diane de Poitiers after François Clouet. Her headdress in this and the next image is unusual and not really a French hood. The object she holds could be a lens. Catherine was a widow when she became involved with Henri II, demonstrated by the black and white dress and hood worn in this portrait.
Portrait of a woman, natbe by Maarten van Heemskerck
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Portrait of a Woman. Paolo Zacchia il Vecchio (the elder) (1519-1561). Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France.
young woman from the Baroque Era. Beautiful, delicate drawing by unknown artist
PORTRAIT OF THE HON. DOROTHY LATIMER (1549-1608), WIFE OF THOMAS CECIL, LATER 1ST EARL OF EXETER, HOLDING A PENDANT DEPICTING PERSEUS: inscribed upper left on a cartelino: ‘Dorothy Latimer wife to Thomas / Earl of Exeter Great Grandmother / to Diana Countefse of Ailesbury’: John Bettes the Younger