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Masquerade, c. 1515 Rosenwald Collection 1943.3.4407 Open Access

Masquerade

National Gallery of Art

Costume study for a fool, formerly in an album; standing slightly to r with both arms extended, looking to l Pen and brown ink, over graphite

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Ball in the court of Henri III, second half of the XVIth century

La société de cour et les derniers Valois

L'homme de cour Grâce à Castiglione, l'homme de cour reste, avec l'humaniste et le prince, un des types sociaux de la Renaissance le mieux connus. Le dialogue

A couple, masked and wearing feathered hats, is standing, the woman at the left has a basket with fruits and the man at the right holds a dagger in his left hand Etching, 1638-1650

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Recto A couple, masked and wearing feathered hats, is standing, the woman at the left has a basket with fruits and the man at the right holds a dagger in his left hand Etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

African woman from the Grand Bal de la Douairiere de Billebahaut performed at the French Court in 1626. The King himself, Louis XIII, was one of the dancers. One of the performances took place in the Louvre, which was then the Royal Palace. The three hour ballet showed an elaborate reception and ball, attended by peoples from all parts of the world. This provided a good excuse for a wide range of exotic costumes and styles of dance.

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African woman from the Grand Bal de la Douairiere de Billebahaut performed at the French Court in 1626. The King himself, Louis XIII, was one of the dancers. One of the performances took place in the Louvre, which was then the Royal Palace. The three hour ballet showed an elaborate reception and ball, attended by peoples from all parts of the world. This provided a good excuse for a wide range of exotic costumes and styles of dance.

Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Costume drawing of a woman bearing a lance

Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Costume drawing of a woman bearing a lance

King Louis XIV of France in the costume of the Sun King in the ballet ''La Nuit''

King Louis XIV of France in the costume - French School as art print or hand painted oil.

The artwork King Louis XIV of France in the costume of the Sun King in the ballet ''La Nuit'' - French School we deliver as art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest hand made paper. You define the size yourself.

Studio of Daniel Rabel, Portière for the "Ballet du Chasteau de Bissestre", performed in February 1632 (bound in an album with eight other designs, reorganized several times over the years), Pierpont Morgan Library Acc. No. 1986.112:6

Studio of Daniel Rabel

Studio of Daniel Rabel ca. 1578-1637, Costume for a Porteress, 1986.112:6