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Fashion - 1470s

Death of The Everyman. Dutch Hours. 1470.

Carlo Crivelli, St. Mary Magdalene, from the Altar Polyptychon of San Francesco, ca.1470, #detail #art #painting #Renaissance

Antonio del Pollaiuolo. Portrait of a Young Woman, c.1475 Portraits of Women in Italian Renaissance Painting #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Two Venetian Ladies on a Terrace | Carpaccio (c1475) - painted in the exact year of The Anatomist.

Sandro Botticelli, The Return of Judith to Bethulia, c. 1472 - 1473

Antonello da Messina, Portrait of a Young Man, 1478

Simonetta Vespucci, posthumous? after 1476 by Sandro Botticelli, 1445-1510 Location TBD

TURA, Cosmè. Eleonora of Aragon. 1478-79. Medieval Imago & Dies Vitae Idade Media e Cotidiano.

Francesco Cossa 1470, The Triumph of Venus (Italy)

Marie de Bourgogne shortly after the death of her father reading a book,c.1477

Portrait of a Venetian lady,1475-80 by an unknown Italian painter

Portrait of a lady,c.1475 by Antonio del Pollaiolo

Portrait of a young woman,c.1475 by Antonio del Pollaiolo

Portrait of a lady,c.1475 by Antonio del Pollaiuolo

Portrait of a Florentine noblewoman,1475 by an unknown artist

The birth of Caesar, 1473. The mother lies fully clothed on a table, looking distressed, as doctors pull the future Julius Caesar from the incision in her stomach in an early example of Caesarean section

Joust. Jean of Wavrin. Title Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre Origin: France, N. E. (Lille?) and Netherlands, S. (Bruges). Date: c. 1470. British Library. Medieval Imago & Dies Vitae Idade Media e Cotidiano

Christus, Petrus (1410-1472) - 1470c. A Young Lady by RasMarley, via Flickr

Sandro Botticelli ~ Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci, c.1476-80

Sandro Botticelli ~ Mary with the Child and Singing Angels (detail), c.1477

Leonardo da Vinci ~ Ginevra de’Benci (detail), c.1474-78

Gentile Bellini ~ Portrait of Doge Giovanni Mocenigo, c.1478

Sandro Botticelli ~ The Return of Judith to Bethulia, c.1472 (Uffizi)

Rogier van der Weyden, St. Mary Magdalene, c. 1470s