1454-1510 Tizian (aka Tiziano Vercellio) "Portrait of Caterina Cornaro wife of King James II of Cyprus, dressed as St. Catherine o"

Catherine Cornaro (November 1454 - July was Queen of Cyprus, wife of King James II during the period of Frankish Cyprus. Her father was great-grandson of Marco Cornaro, Doge of Venice from 1365 to

Top: An extremely tall Venetian chopine made from wood covered in white leather with minimal ornamentation. Courtesy the Bata Shoe Museum. Above: A closer view of wooden Venetian chopines covered in leather, circa 1740s. Via the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Top: An extremely tall Venetian chopine made from wood covered in white leather with minimal ornamentation. Courtesy the Bata Shoe Museum. Above: A closer view of wooden Venetian chopines covered in leather, circa Via the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Venetian courtesan from a manuscript on Italian Costume, decorated by the German artist Niclauss Kippell. C1588. Walters Art Museum.

Costumes: Tudor – (or wrong place but same period): Venetian courtesan from a manuscript on Italian Costume, decorated by the German artist Niclauss Kippell.

Venetian courtesan from a manuscript on Italian Costume, decorated by the German artist Niclauss Kippell. C1588. Walters Art Museum.

Costumes: Tudor – (or wrong place but same period): Venetian courtesan from a manuscript on Italian Costume, decorated by the German artist Niclauss Kippell.

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A chopine is a type of women's platform shoe that was popular in the and centuries. Chopines were originally used as a patten, clog, or overshoe to protect the shoes and dress from mud and street soil.

Larva o Volto. Tradizioni: Maschere italiane della Commedia dell'Arte e altre Maschere italiane, nel Sito di Vastospa

Larva o Volto. Tradizioni: Maschere italiane della Commedia dell'Arte e altre Maschere italiane, nel Sito di Vastospa

Venetian ladies, from "Omnium pene Europae, Asiae, Aphricae atque Americae Gentium Habitus," Abraham de Bruyn (Flanders, Antwerp, 1540 - 1587), LACMA Collections Online.

Venetian ladies, from "Omnium pene Europae, Asiae, Aphricae atque Americae Gentium Habitus," Abraham de Bruyn (Flanders, Antwerp, 1540 - 1587), LACMA Collections Online.

15??, somewhere between Verona and Venice

Francesco Montemezzano (Verona 1602 Venecia) , Portrait of a lady, said to be of the Contarini family, bust-length, in an elaborate dress with jewels and a pearl necklace and earrings

Plate 118: A Venetian dogaressa; whole-length figure in frontal view, the head turned to left; wearing a long cloak over a patterned dress; holding her belt in her right hand and a small handscreen fan in her left hand; illustration to Hans Weigel's 'Habitus Praecipuorum Populorum ... das ist Trachtenbuch', 2nd ed., Ulm: Kühn for Görlin, 1639. 1577 Woodcut and letterpress

Plate A Venetian dogaressa; whole-length figure in frontal view, the head turned to left; wearing a long cloak over a patterned dress;

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