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Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries

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Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries

Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries

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Fur strips to decorate these black Elizabethan gowns

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Joanna of Castile (Joanna the Mad): Daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, she kept the corpse of her husband Philip the Handsome in bed with her long after he had died

JOANNA of Castile (the Mad) | PORTRAIT GALLERY

Portrait of Mary Kytson, Lady Darcy of Chiche, later, Lady Rivers, British School, circa 1590

Portrait of Anne Wortley, Later Lady Morton 1620 British School

Details from Portrait of a Woman, British School, c1620

In Fine Style - a superb Tudor and Stuart exhibition


17th century embroidered jacket and painting. Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003.This is the earliest known example of a textile shown in a painting where both the painting and the textile still exist. It slightly post-dates the Elizabethan period – the jacket was made in 1610 and altered in 1620. The sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger.

Picture of the Week #30 | Blog

Detail of embroidered linen laced shoes, 1685 - 1735. [see pair of shoes in 18th Century Footwear]

English opulence, Italian reticella lace ruff, (possibly) Polish ornamentation, a French farthingale, and Spanish severity: The "Ermine Portrait" of Elizabeth I

Reticella Lace, from Pattern Book of Cesare Vecellio, publishing 1591

July | 2009 | Venetian Red Art Blog | Page 2

Antique Venetian Reticella lace collar with sharp points (c.1610). Attributed to the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. via Jane Austen's World (and many other blogs)

1621 Elizabeth Salter of Flowton by J. Hoskins

File:Adam de Colone12.jpg - Wikimedia Commons


Portrait of a Young Woman, possibly of the Hampden Family, c.1610 ~ English, active early 17th century (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design)

1605 Unknown English School artist, Lettice Cressy, Lady Tasburgh of Bodney, Norfolk and her Children

It's About Time: A Martin

Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630

Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630

Glenda Jackson attired as the aging Elizabeth I., in the BBC production 'Elizabeth R'.

Drawn by Hans Holbein the Younger, c.1532-1543

Holbein Pendant of Helena, Marchioness of Northampton

Late 1500's woman's coat - Venice (from back)

Extant Clothing - Woman's Coat (Zimarra)

Anne Stafford, daughter of Catherine Woodville, niece of Queen Elizabeth Woodville and mistress of Henry VIII

The Egerton Sisters: Elizabeth, Vere and Mary, c. 1600 - artist unknown

Daughter of Queen Claude and Francis I, Madeleine de Valois, Queen consort of Scotland to James V, son of Princess Mary Rose Tudor (Princess Margaret Tudor in the series) by Francois Clouet, 1537

Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

BBC - Your Paintings - Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

"Portrait of Dorothea Curio, Daughter of Professor Celio Secondo Curio", Lucca (?). 1552

Madeleine, Queen consort of Scotland to James V. Daughter to to Francis I of France and his Queen consort, Claude, Duchess of Brittany. She was born August 10, 1520. She died from tuberculosis at the age of sixteen on July 7, 1537. She had no issue. She was reported to be the favorite daughter of King Francis I.