Dress American ca. 1842
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress
NAME: Cecile - PERIOD: 1877-1879. Ball dress in grey douppion silk trimmed with hand-embroideries and lace.
Sold at H Auction Rooms in Carlisle, December 2011. Late-16th or early-17th century coif. Linen with blackwork embroidery and metallic threads, decorated in a repeating foliate scroll design, trimmed with a gilt bobbin lace border and hand-clipped metal spangles. The top back is not gathered as is usually seen with this type of coif and might give a clue to the structure of the ‘pointy’ style. The long strings, if original, suggest this coif was tied on over braided and coiled hair.
Clothing Gallery - Coifs (and Hair)
Katarina Jagellonica (Jagello), lived 1526-1583
Pieter Aertsen, Kitchen Maid in an Interior
It's About Time
1560s_Allegorical portrait of St Cecilia in 1560s dress. Artist: School of Ambrosius Benson. - hat, ruff, pearls
Pieter Jansz. Pourbus. Portrait of a Lady in Black. High resolution with cool details of belt (not just a chain!), and embroidery. Also child style hanging sleeves. Not sure what's up with that.
ca. 1546 Lady Probably Margaret Douglas by William Scrots (auctioned by Sotheby's) WM
1565 Joanna of Austria by Francesco Terzio Excerpt: '...dress with prominent French sleeves that change design 1/3 of the way down; the sleeves have much of the visual complexity of the dress that has a wine-colored velvet skirt. She wears a jeweled headdress, perhaps an escoffion.' Note the lovely feather fan. histori, joanna, renaiss gown, portraits, fan renaissance, austria, 16th centuri, 151617 centuri, 1565
1565 Joanna of Austria by Francesco Terzio (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien Austria) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Ludwig Neumann (1859-1934) as Duc de Joyeuse.
Ludwig Neumann (1859-1934).
King George V & Queen Mary at the Devonshire House Ball 1897, by Lafayette as (King George V) The Queen's Champion, George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland (1558-1605);(1) (Queen Mary) 'A Lady at the court of Marguerite de Valois'. hous ball, fanci dress, costum, devonshir ball, courts, the queen, queen mary, ball 1897, victorian fashion
King George V & Queen Mary at the Devonshire House Ball 1897, by Lafayette as (King George V) The Queen's Champion, George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland (1558-1605);(1) (Queen Mary) 'A Lady at the court of Marguerite de Valois'.
Vintage Costumes / Doublet 1600s
A portrait of a lady wearing a white and gold embroidered dress standing together with her dog by Santi di Tito - 1580s
Alessandro Allori, Maria de’ Medici, c.1555.
Full-length portrait of Queen Mary I of England, standing, wearing a wide hood with a high rising open collar showing an inner frill and a white and gold brocaded gown with a tight-fitting bodice and wide sleeves. Inscribed lower left La Reÿna dinglatiera Maria
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Robert Carey (1560–1639), 1st Earl of Monmouth
1574-55 Mary Stuart by Federico Zuccari (or Zuccaro). Need to research this further. Ah! Having done so, this is a portrait awaiting a better attribution. It's not Mary Queen of Scots and it's not Elizabeth. queens, art prints, mari stuart, frasier scotland, royal histori, france, 16th centuri, portrait, histor art
1574-55 Mary Stuart by Federico Zuccari (or Zuccaro)