Piece Date: 16th century Culture: Spanish Medium: Linen Accession Number: 34.41.12

Piece Date: 16th century Culture: Spanish Medium: Linen Accession Number: 34.41.12

1560 Lucrezia di Cosimo de' Medici by Agnolo Bronzino (North Carolina Museum of Art - Raleigh, North Carolina USA) From petrus.agricola's photostream on flickr

1560 Lucrezia di Cosimo de' Medici by Agnolo Bronzino (North Carolina Museum of Art - Raleigh, North Carolina USA) From petrus.agricola's photostream on flickr

A cloak with an appliqued border of yellow satin, made from fabric woven in Florence c. 1560-1569, and altered in Spain in 1580-1590.

Cloak

A cloak with an appliqued border of yellow satin, made from fabric woven in Florence c. 1560-1569, and altered in Spain in 1580-1590.

Late 16th Century: Ensemble of silk and linen, Spanish. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Late 16th Century: Ensemble of silk and linen, Spanish. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Eleonora Gonzaga wears a black gown with puffed upper sleeves. A "flea fur" with jeweled gold face is suspended from her knotted and tasselled girdle. She wears a partlet with a high collar and small ruff, and her hair is confined in a black cap, 1538.

Eleonora Gonzaga wears a black gown with puffed upper sleeves. A "flea fur" with jeweled gold face is suspended from her knotted and tasselled girdle. She wears a partlet with a high collar and small ruff, and her hair is confined in a black cap, 1538.

Florentine Lady, believed to be Eleonora de Medici, descendent of Eleonora de Toledo by Alessandro Allori (Fundação Cultural Ema Gordon Klabin - Sao Paulo Brazil) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Florentine Lady, believed to be Eleonora de Medici, descendent of Eleonora de Toledo by Alessandro Allori (Fundação Cultural Ema Gordon Klabin - Sao Paulo Brazil) | Grand Ladies | gogm

le gemme, gli anelli, il bavaro e l'acconciatura di rete d'oro, seta e perle, di Eleonora Álvarez de Toledo y Osorio (Alba de Tormes, 1522–Pisa 1562) nel ritratto di Agnolo Bronzino del 1539-40 . Della camicia si vede il bordo allo scollo e ai polsini  ricamato in oro. ddp grazie a Le connoisseur

le gemme, gli anelli, il bavaro e l'acconciatura di rete d'oro, seta e perle, di Eleonora Álvarez de Toledo y Osorio (Alba de Tormes, 1522–Pisa 1562) nel ritratto di Agnolo Bronzino del 1539-40 . Della camicia si vede il bordo allo scollo e ai polsini ricamato in oro. ddp grazie a Le connoisseur

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