Girl with Cherries, ca. 1491–95 Attributed to Giovanni Ambrogio de Predis (Italian, Milanese, active by 1472, died after 1508) but possibly by Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio (Italian, Milanese, ca. 1467–1516)
Italian, Florentine | Portrait of a Lady in Red | NG585 | The National Gallery, London.Acquired as a portrait of Isotta da Rimini by Piero della Francesca, the painting is more probably by a Florentine artist and the sitter is unknown. The profile view emphasises the woman's high forehead, a fashionable convention achieved by shaving or plucking.
François Clouet, c.1510-1572, French, Preparatory Drawing for the Portrait of Elizabeth of Austria, Queen of France, c. 1571. Black and red chalk and highlights in white chalk, 34 x 23.2 cm. Bibliotheque national de France, Paris. Northern Mannerism.