Anne de Pisseleu | (1508–1576) | Duchesse d'Étampes | Attributed to Corneille de Lyon (Netherlandish, The Hague, active by 1533–died 1575 Lyons) | Medium: Oil on wood | Dimensions: 7 x 5 5/8 in. (17.8 x 14.3 cm) | Classification: Paintings Credit | Line: H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929 | Accession Number: 29.100.197
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Women's Clothing in 16th Century France
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Anne de Pisseleu (1508–1576), Duchesse d'Étampes | Attributed to Corneille de Lyon | Netherlandish | 1535-40 | oil on wood | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 29.100.197 | Renowned for her brilliance and beauty, Anne de Pisseleu was the mistress of Francis I. She was introduced to the king at court in 1526 when she was seventeen. After his death in 1547, she was dismissed from court by the mistress of the succeeding king (Henry II), and died in obscurity.
French School, 16th Century Portrait of a lady. I like the sleeves on this one! She is wearing a black velvet partlet. I wish I could see how the bodice edges were handled.
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16th Century French School, Portrait of a lady, half-length. | Bonhams
French School, 16th Century Portrait of a lady, half-length, in unframed. Technically they are applied bands but but stripy chevrons!
1550 Diane de Poitiers after François Clouet. Her headdress in this and the next image is unusual and not really a French hood. The object she holds could be a lens. Catherine was a widow when she became involved with Henri II, demonstrated by the black and white dress and hood worn in this portrait.
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DIANE DE POITIERS, DUCHESSE DE VALENTINOIS (1500-1566) ; DITE AUTREFOIS CLAUDE DE FRANCE, maîtresse de Henri II, auteur anonyme - 1566 - peinture à l'huile sur bois conservé au musée national des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
Artist After François Clouet (1515–1572) Diane de Poitiers a widow Date 16th century Medium oil on panel / 64 × 54 cm / Palace of Versailles/Joconde database/ Source/http://www.banqueimages.crcv.fr/fullscreenimage.aspx?rank=1&numero=MV311
Henri II of France's mistress Diane De Poitiers.
Diane De Poitiers by Jean Clouet (auctioned by Rossini) she often wore black and white after her husband, Louis de Brézé, died in 1531/Diane wears a French hood decorated with gold- and jewel-trim matching the beading around her crescent neckline in this Jean Clouet portrait.Diane De Poitiers by Jean Clouet (auctioned by Rossini) From pinterest.com/ludmi800/portraits/.jpeg
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Jean Clouet (school) (Brussels 1458 - Paris 1541) Portrait of Diane de Poitiers, Duchesse de Valentinois (1499 - 1566) Oil on oak panel. She is in court dress, wearing a french hood with its "ear" with pearls and precious stones. In connection with the two portraits drawn by Jean Clouet 1525 - 1530 and the Musée de Chantilly Daughter of Jean de Poitiers, Count of St. - Vallier, wife of Louis de Brézé, Normandy (1515 - 1531),King Henri II of France
1550 (after) Anna d'Este by ? of the French school (Versailles) | Grand Ladies | gogm
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1550 (after) Anna d'Este by ? of the French school (Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon - Versailles, Île-de- France, France).
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Marguerite de Valois (1553 - 1615), known as Margot, was among the most vilified women in French history. Accused of having an insatiable sexual appetite, she was known for her string of lovers. However, all of them died violent deaths. Beheaded, hanged, dismembered or wounded. It was said that Margot saved the heart of each lover and had them embalmed, carefully storing them away in gold boxes which she would tuck in little pockets sewn on the inside of her hoop skirt.
Marguerite de Valois (1553-1615) est la dernière fille de Henri II et de Catherine de Médicis. Elle est la sœur des trois derniers Valois (François II, Charles IX, Henri III). Elle épousa Henri de Bourbon, roi de Navarre, en 1572, quelques jours avant le massacre de la Saint-Barthélemy. N'ayant pas eu d'enfant avec lui, elle s'en sépara en 1599, alors qu'il était devenu Henri IV, devenant ainsi la «reine Marguerite». Femme cultivée, mécène reconnue pour ses goûts, autrice de Mémoires, de discours, de poésies et de très nombreuses lettres, femme politique intensément mêlée à la vie mouvementée du royaume de France entre 1570 et 1615, elle est devenue l'objet d'une légende dès la fin du XVIIe siècle, puis, au XIXe siècle, d'un mythe, celui de la «reine Margot» (sobriquet dont Alexandre Dumas est l'inventeur).
Marguerite de Valois (1553-1615), also called Queen Margot, was the 1st wife of Henry IV of France and Queen of France and Navarre.
ca. 1575 Louise of Lorraine by Jean Rabel (Muzeum Książąt Czartoryskich w Krakowie - Kraków, województwo małopolskie, Poland) filled in shadows and inc. exp
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Louise de Lorraine, reine de France, d'après Clouet
Jeanne d'Albret, reine de Navarre from altesse.eu
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Jeanne d'Albret, reine de Navarre. This portrait of Jeanne d'Albret shows her wearing a ruff open at the front above the partlet and crescent neckline as well as a draped necklace.
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Margaret of Valois Duchess of Berry Duchess of Savoy Tenure 1550-1574 (Duchess of Berry) 1559–1574 (Duchess of Savoy) Spouse Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy Issue Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy House House of Valois-Angoulême (by birth) House of Savoy (by marriage) Father Francis I of France Mother Claude, Duchess of Brittany Born 5 June 1523 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France Died 15 September 1574 (aged 51)
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Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry (French: Marguerite de Valois) (5 June 1523 – 15 September 1574) was the daughter of King Francis I of France and Claude, Duchess of Brittany.
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Claude de France - She was the eldest daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany
SUBALBUM: Claude de France ** This undated and unattributed portrait is of interest because it shows how someone who died in 1524 dresses. Her skirt is full, but may not be supported by hoops, she has a high enclosing neckline, and doubly cuffed sleeves. Her sleeves emerge from epaulettes, previewing the rolled and tabbed sleeves later in the farthingale era. She wears a girdle and pendant and she wears a French hood.
Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Francois Clouet,c. 1550
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Portrait of a Woman Artist: Francois Clouet Origin: undated Location: Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany Origin Size: 21.00x21.00 cm
François I of France with his bride Eleanor of Austria, c. 1530s-40s
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François I of France with his bride Eleanor of Austria, c. 1530s-40s - as themselves. Uploaded to show their faces as royals.
Marguerite de Valois wears 'ribbed partlet and draped necklace in this portrait from Clouet's studio. Almost every available surface is slashed.' The Partlet -A collared, usually ruffled covering for the neck and shoulders, popular in 16th-century Europe and worn especially by women.
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Studio of François Clouet, Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry (detail) 16th century
Marguerite de Valois, duchesse de Berry, by studio of Clouet
Marguerite de Valois,1569-70 Francois Clouet-I think this is beautiful!
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François Clouet - Portrait of a Lady. A black and white print has the following text 'Francois Clouet, "Marguerite de Valois (1553-1615) Queen of Navarre, known as Queen Margot, aged 17, 1570", and also has '1570' in the top right hand corner.
Mary Queen of Scots c.1565
1572(?) Marguerite de Valois by ? (location unknown) Marguerite de Valois wears a dress with a huge neck ruff and Elizabethan outer ruff in this portrait. Portraits of Queen Elizabeth dressed like this will appear later in this page. This, and the straight hair cause me to believe this may have been painted posthumously.
Anne d'Este, wife of Francois de Lorraine, Duke of Guise. Amongst other things, she brought the blood of Lucrezia Borgia into the House of Guise.
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1550 (after) Anna d'Este by ? of the French school (Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon - Versailles, Île-de- France, France).
François Clouet Portrait de Claude Catherine de Clermont. 1571- Elle parlait couramment l'italien, savait le latin et le grec, connaissait plusieurs autres langues étrangères. En 1573 lorsque les ambassadeurs de Pologne vinrent demander au duc d'Anjou, futur Henri III pour roi, elle leur répondit publiquement en latin pour la reine-mère, et sondiscours l'emporta sur ceux du chancelier René de Birague et du comte Philippe Hurault de Cheverny, qui répondaient pour Charles IX et le duc d'Anjou.
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François Clouet (1515–1572) Claude Catherine de Clermont/ circa 1571/ oil on panel /33 × 25 cm /Czartoryski Museum Krakow www.muzeum.czartoryskich.pl
François Clouet (1515–1572) Claude Catherine de Clermont- circa 1571-oil-33 × 25 cm-Krakow- www.muzeum.czartoryskich.pl /#fr.wiki#Catherine de Clermont was fluent in Italian, perfectly knew Latin and Greek, and knew several foreign languages. In 1573, when the ambassadors of Poland came to ask the Duke of Anjou, the future Henri III, king, she answered them publicly in Latin for the Queen Mother, and his speech prevailed over those of René Biragueet chancellor of Count Philippe Hurault Cheverny, who met Charles IX and the Duke of Anjou.
Catherine de' Medici- Queen of France and mother of kings. Lived to be 69 years old, (ancient for a woman of the time) Conniving, educated, ruthless and unafraid to fight for her family, right or wrong.
François Clouet, Portrait of Claude Catherine de Clermont. 1571
Circle of Frans Pourbus the Younger (Antwerp 1569-1622 Paris), Portrait of a lady
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Circle of Frans Pourbus the Younger (Antwerp 1569-1622 Paris) Portrait of lady, half-length, in white bejewelled dress and headress oil on panel
from Album Amicorum of a German Soldier, 1595
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The Muff in Sixteenth Century Dress
French fashion plate with muff. 1595 Album Amicorum of a german soldier
Isis' Wardrobe: 16th century
Painting of Francis I of France and his second wife Eleanor of Austria (sister of Charles V) c.1530s-1540s. It was Eleanor, who reportedly refused to be present, as Queen of France, to meet Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in Calais, she did not acknowledge Anne Boleyn. Her loyalties, as the rest of her family, remained with her aunt, Katharine of Aragon.
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Attributed to French School, 16th century - François I with Eleanor, Queen of France
Mary Queen of Scots c.1561-1567 hair still in the French style after returning to Scotland
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Mary Queen of Scots: 1542-1587; Mary, Queen of Scots was queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France. In 1567, she was forced to abdicate in favour of her 1 year old son. She sought the protection of her first cousin Queen Elizabeth I. Mary was considered the legitimate queen of England by many English Catholics. Thinking her a threat, Elizabeth had her confined in the interior of England. After 18 ½ years, Mary was found guilty of plotting to assassinate Elizabeth, and was executed.
Mary Queen of Scots was one of the most fascinating and controversial monarchs of 16th century Europe. At one time, she claimed the crowns of four nations - Scotland, France, England and Ireland. Her physical beauty and kind heart were acknowledged even by her enemies. Yet she lacked the political skills to rule successfully in Scotland. Her second marriage was unpopular and ended in murder and scandal; her third was even less popular and ended in forced abdication in favor of her infant son...
Mary,Queen of Scots, which resided in the Blairs museum. Queen Elizabeth I had to make the very difficult decision to execute her cousin for actively plotting against her life and planning to steal the throne of England. However guilty Mary Stuart may have been, Elizabeth I experienced genuine distress over ordering her execution
Mary Queen of Scots in an official portrait at the Blairs Museum - The Museum of Scotland's Catholic Heritage.
1565 Mary Queen of Scots. This portrait shows Mary Stuart wearing a black and gold gown showing strong French influence.
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots c.1561-1567 hair still in the French style after returning to Scotland
The young Mary Queen of Scots: Julia Renaissance Costumes
Portrait of Catherine de Medici,Queen of France by an unknown painter
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Caterina de' Medici (Galleria degli Uffizi - Firenze, Toscana Italy) - wife of one King of France; mother to three subsequent Kings of France; two daughters married kings; said to be the most powerful woman in 16th century Europe.
catherine de' medici | An aging Catherine de Medici is shown wearing a simpler version of the ...
DESSIN COLORIÉ DE MARGUERITE DE VALOIS
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Marguerite de Valois sœur de François 1er
Mary Stuart (1542-87) (oil on panel)