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1565 - An Unknown Noblewoman, by Pieter Jansz. Pourbus (1524 - 1584). Oil on panel: 16 1⁄4 x 12 1⁄4 in. (41.3 x 31.2 cm.)

A Woman, ca. 1564 (Bartholomaus Bruyn the Younger) (1530-1610) Ruhrmuseum, Zollverein in Essen

ELISABETH DE VALOIS queen of Spain PROVENANCE French school, ca 1560, Versailles photo RMN a possible copy of Anguissola portrait

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

c1570, costume of Elizabetha​n London women

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1568 Nonsuch Palace - Merchant's wives and Countrywoman detail Joris Hoefnagel,

Portrait of a lady Oil Painting - Alessandro Allori

Ludger Tom Ring the Younger (1522–1584) Portrait of a young patrician lady c. 1565

Portrait of a Lady and Child, 1567. Detail of hairnet.

attributed to Sofonisba Anguissola or anonymous painter from Bergamo dated c.1540-1570

Joris Hoefnagel and the problem with dates… | Historical Personality Disorder

1568 Nonsuch Palace - English noblewomen detail Joris Hoefnagel,

Lot | Sotheby's Florentine school, 16th century. Necklace is really lovely

Marguerite de Valois aka Reine Margot, daughter of Catherine de Médicis, sister of Henri III and wife of Henri IV.

French School, circa 1565, PORTRAIT OF A LADY, HEAD AND SHOULDERS, oil on panel, 10 1/2 by 8 3/4 in.; 26.7 by 22.4 cm.

Portrait of a lady, three-quarter-length, in a black dress with a white ruff and black cap Circle of Nicolas Neufchatel, called Lucidel (active Antwerp and Nuremburg, 1539-?1573)

The Marriage of Francesco I de' Medici and Joanna of Austria by Jacopo Ligozzi,1565

Reinette: Family of Cosimo I de Medici,Grand Duke of Tuscany

Portrait of a lady. Date circa 1565 Medium oil on panel Possibly Charlotte de Beaune Semblançay, Viscountess of Tours, Baroness de Sauve, Marquise de Noirmoutier. HUGE image at original site.

Ruffs were often colored during starching process, vegetable dyes were used to give the ruff a yellow, pink or mauve tint. 1565 Margaret Clifford, Countess of Derby, or A Lady of the Wentworth Family, by Hans Eworth. [Elizabethan]