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Portrait of Pace Rivola Spini by Giambattista Moroni, 1570.

Mildred Cooke, Lady Burghley, pregnant wife of William Cecil (secretary to Elizabeth I),1563, attributed to Hans Eworth

Hans Memling, Christ Giving His Blessing, 1478

Christ with Three Faces: The Trinity.1500, Netherlandish School

Mary Queen Of Scots . Does anyone know the history or whereabouts of this portrait of Mary? (Looks more like Deborah Kerr than the queen. )

Antonia Ghini by Lavinia Fontana, 1583 Notable female Renaissance artist.

BRONZINO, Agnolo Portrait of Giovanni de' Medici as a Child 1545 Coral pendant via fionasfancies on Flickr

Lady Mary Feilding, niece of the Duke of Buckingham, 9-year old bride of the young James Hamilton, Earl of Arran, later the 1st Duke of Hamilton.

Archduke Ferdinand of Tyrol, 1548, Jakob Seisenegger

Scipione Pulzone (1544–1598) Portrait of Cristina di Lorena (1565-1637)

Portrait of Sir Walter Raleigh 1598 attributed to William Segar.

Andrea Solari: Lute Player (1510)

'Portrait of an African man' (c.1520-30) by Dutch Renaissance painter Jan Mostaert (1475-1555). collection: Rijksmuseum. via codart

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).

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