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  • Stacy Mishina

    Portrait of Isabella Clara Eugenia Infanta of Spain and Governess of The Low Countries by Marcus Geeraerts the Younger, 1618, Ferens Art Gallery For a short time during the early 17th century, lace collars were dyed bright yellow.  You can see that trend here, although not as vibrant.

  • Heather Batey

    1618 Isabella Clara Eugenia Infanta of Spain and Governess of The Low Countries by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Ferens Art Gallery - Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire UK

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