1550 - 1600 Queen Elizabeth Period Fashion
Fashion and Costumes late 16th Century: 1550-1599 Elizabethan style
1550 - 1600 Queen Elizabeth Period Fashion
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Ann Vavasour (1560-1650) attributed to Robert Peake the elder (c.1551 – 1619) date circa 1580-90
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Portrait of Ann Vavasour (1560–1650) | Robert Peake (16th century)
Portrait of Anne Vavasour (1560–1650) by Robert Peake the Elder (c. 1551-1619). Oil on panel. HatchlandsPark, Surrey (National Trust Collections).
Catherine de Clèves, la Duchesse de Guise by ? Late 16th century from Grand Ladies website
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"An Unknown Lady", Francois Quesnel
Catherine de Clèves, la Duchesse de Guise by ? (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Woman, ca. 1565-1570 by Pieter Jansz. Pourbus, 1523-1584 Weiss Gallery, London
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Unknown Noblewoman, Pieter Pourbus 1565, private collection
▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - Pieter Jansz | An Unknown Noblewoman, 1565
Unknown Noblewoman Pourbus 1565 - French Hood Images - Tudor Research - www.kimiko1.com
Pieter Jansz. Pourbus, Portrait of a Lady in a Black Dress, 1565-70. Christie's, 2008; Weiss Gallery, 2011.
Oil on canvas by Hans Mielich depicting one of the jewels in the possession of Duchess Anna von Bayern. Painted in between 1552-1555.
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Hans Muelich, The Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna von Bayern c1552-1555 detail
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Jeanne d'Albret, reine de Navarre from altesse.eu
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Jeanne d'Albret, reine de Navarre. This portrait of Jeanne d'Albret shows her wearing a ruff open at the front above the partlet and crescent neckline as well as a draped necklace.
Jeanne d'Albret, reine de Navarre | Grand Ladies
Princess Elizabeth (1596–1662), Later Queen of Bohemia. Description: Elizabeth Stuart, eldest daughter of James I/VI of England and Scotland. She married Frederick V, Elector Palatine, and briefly ruled as queen of Bohemia. Nicknamed the Winter Queen, because of the short tenure she and her husband had in Bohemia. Date circa 1606
Robert Peake the Elder Title Princess Elizabeth, Later Queen of Bohemia. Description Elizabeth Stuart, eldest daughter of James I/VI of England and Scotland. She married Frederick V, Elector Palatine, and briefly ruled as queen of Bohemia. Nicknamed the Winter Queen, because of the short tenure she and her husband had in Bohemia.
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Princess Elizabeth (1596–1662), Later Queen of Bohemia, aged about 10 years old. By Robert Peake the Elder, circa 1606. Robert Peake the Elder (c.1551 – c.1619) was the preeminent painter of the early Jacobean court. Already an established portraitist during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, Peake was appointed as Prince Henry Stuart's principal painter in 1604. Elizabeth and Henry were the children of King James I and Queen Anne.
artist Robert Peake - Princess Elizabeth Stuart (1596 – 13 February 1662), Later Queen of Bohemia - "the Winter Queen" - this portrait painted at about age 11 years at the English court before her marriage in 1613 and departure for Germany.
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Elizabeth Buxton. Circa 1599. Robert Peake the Elder.
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Elizabeth Buxton,1588-90Portrait of Elizabeth Buxton (nee Kemp) c.1588-90 (oil on canvas), Peake, Robert (fl.1580-1626) (attr. to) / © Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery / The Bridgeman Art Library oil on canvas Medium: 16th (C16th) Date: 175.4x106 cms Interesting apron over the front of the gown.
Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630: Elizabeth Buxton,1588-90
Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630
1587 Unknown Girl, aged 20, 1587 (oil on panel) Creator: Bettes, John, the Younger (c.1530-1615/6)Nationality: English Description: overpainted to represent Elizabeth I; Location: Private Collection
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1587 xample. Again with the hair. Though I can see the pointed front of the cap. I think this is a black cap with a black paste with a HUGE back billiment.French Hood Images: Color View of Unknown Girl - Tudor Research - www.kimiko1.com
1573 - Lady Kytson Artist: George Gower (c.1540‑1596) Tate Gallery
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Lady Kytson by George Gower, 1573 England, Tate Britain Elizabeth Cornwallis, Lady Kytson (c.1547-1628) married Sir Thomas Kytson (1541-1603), of Hengrave Hall in Suffolk in 1560. Of their three children, a son John died in infancy in 1562. Their elder daughter Margaret married Sir Charles Cavendish of Welbeck in 1582, but died in childbirth the same year. In 1583 their younger daughter - and sole heiress - married Thomas Darcy, later Earl Rivers, but separated from him in 1594. In the present portrait, Lady Kytson wears the bright colours that had then just come into fashion, notably her red gown with its high-status fur collar. Her sleeves, beneath gauze oversleeves, are embroidered in black thread with roses, honeysuckle and carnations. She is probably dressed for outdoors, as she is wearing, rather than carrying, her gloves, as well as a tall, masculine hat with a jewelled band and linen undercap. The exact shape of this hat was only revealed when the painting was cleaned in 1995. A payment in Kytson’s surviving accounts for 1573 indicates that this portrait, and its companion image of Sir Thomas Kytson (Tate N06090) were painted in London by George Gower (Cambridge University Library: Hengrave Papers 82 (3); cited in John Gage, The History and Antiquities of Hengrave, London 1822, p.40). The Kytsons had a town house in Coleman Street, in the City of London. These are the earliest extant works by Gower and, together with his Self-portrait of 1579 (private collection; see Dynasties, cat. no. 57), form a nucleus upon which further attributions to him have been based. Nothing is known of Gower’s training but he was descended from a Yorkshire gentry family. In 1581 he was appointed Serjeant Painter to Queen Elizabeth, the premier royal post for an artist, but one whose duties generally involved the control of applied and decorative painting for the monarch. In 1584 a patent was drafted that would have granted Gower the monopoly of all painted and engraved portraits of the Queen (while allowing another painter, Nicholas Hilliard, the monopoly of her portraits in miniature) but it is not clear whether this was ever enacted. Nevertheless, Gower seem to have been one of the most fashionable portraitists of the 1570s-1580s.
'A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton', British School 16th century | Tate
George Gower, 'Lady Kytson' 1573
Portrait of Albert VII, Archduke of Austria (1559-1621), wearing the robes of the Order of the Golden Fleece Studio of Frans Pourbus the Younger (1569-1622). This portrait shows Albert VII, fifth son of Emperor Maximilian II (1527-76) and Maria of Spain (1528-1603), and was probably painted soon after his investiture into the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1596
Oil On Canvas
CIRCLE OF FRANS POURBUS THE YOUNGER (1569-1622), Portrait of Albert VII, Archduke of Austria (1559-1621), wearing the robes of the Order of the Golden Fleece; oil on canvas; 18 ¼ x 24 in. (46.3cm x 61cm)
Albert VII, Archduke of Austria, Studio of Pourbus the Younger
Man's shirt, linen with blue silk embroidery and bobbin lace. Knee-length, late 16th century. From The Textile Museum in Prato. shirtlate16thcprato2.jpg Photo by operafantomet | Photobucket
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linen shirt from 16th century. The Textile Museum in Prato.
Man's shirt, linen with blue silk embroidery and bobbin lace. Knee-length, late 16th century. From The Textile Museum in Prato. Photo by operafantomet
Portrait of a Young Boy, Aged Five by Robert Peake
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Portrait of a Young Boy, Aged Five by Robert Peake
All sizes | Antonis Mor (a follower of) - Portrait of a Count Lady, 1570 at Art Institute of Chicago IL | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
like the hat | Antonis Mor (a follower of) - Portrait of a Count Lady, 1570 at Art Institute of Chicago IL | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
is not Anthony Babington, catholic conspirator, who leaded other six gentleman in the attempt of murdering Elizabeth I to replace her with Mary Queen of Scots. The plot, wich was named after him, was foiled by Elizabeth's spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham. Babington was sentenced to death for high treason and executed on 18th September, 1586. The Babington plot was also the cause of Mary Stuart's execution.
Sir Christopher Hatton, artist unknown, National Portrait Gallery.
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Sir Christopher Hatton Sir Christopher Hatton (1540 – 20 November 1591) was an English politician, the lord chancellor of England and, according to speculation, the lover of Queen Elizabeth I.
Sir Christopher Hatton (1540-1591), Lord Chancellor of England and a favourite of Elizabeth I - by unknown artist, National Portrait Gallery, London
Portrait of a Young Man, Probably Robert Devereux (1566–1601), Second Earl of Essex, Bicholas Hilliard, 1588; MMA 35.89.4
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A portrait miniature of Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex by Hilliard. Essex was the stepson of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Though the two shared the same name, they could not have been more different.
Probably Robert Devereaux, Earl of Essex, great-grandson of Mary Boleyn - http://www.realweddingday.com/probably-robert-devereaux-earl-of-essex-great-grandson-of-mary-boleyn #Weddingshoes #weddings #Weddingday
A miniature portrait of the Earl of Essex, by Nicholas Hilliard. Picture acquired through Wikimedia Commons. Image public domain. From Being Bess: Elizabethan Quote of the Day: Elizabeth's "unruly horse"
Unknown Woman, c1590, by Nicholas Hilliard