interesting sleeves

The woman is Mary Magdalen. A jar of ointment is her usual attribute, with which she is said to have tended Jesus’s feet. Van Scorel portrayed her as a seductive, lavishly dressed courtesan, a reference to her apparent origins as a prostitute. Her costume shows the influence of Italian painting on Van Scorel, which he absorbed when he travelled to Rome. Jan van Scorel, 1530.

Detail of St. Mary Magdalene from the Altar Polyptychon of San Francesco by Carlo Crivelli c.1470

.:. (detail) Maria Magdalena, Jan van Scorel c. 1530 Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Renaissance women, painting Renaissance women - Sofonisba.

Carlo Crivelli Maria Magdalena - istanbul sanat evi

Renaissance French Hood

Resultado de imagen de carlo crivelli maria magdalena

Caroto Giovanni Francesco, Portrait of a woman, maybe it's Isabella d'Este, 1505-1510

Christus verschijnt aan Maria Magdalena, Albrecht D�rer, 1510

Ruff collars from 1560 to 1600. More interesting imagery and comparisons between styles in different European countries via this pin.

Pendant of gold and enamel, with the lost income Mary Magdalene in the grotto, Spain, ca 1550 - 1600

Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1823

1507 Hans Baldung Grien, Christ nailed to the Cross (Christus aan het kruis genageld). Tools = hammers, pliers, toolbox.

Renaissance jewels - Infantin Isabella Clara Eugenia at 13 years old - wonderful use of pearls. sca medieval jewelry middle ages

Mary Magdalene, Carlo Crivelli; she holds her symbolic attribute, an ointment pot.

1528- 16th Century style dress from the Northern Renaissance period. It has a square neckline which was very common and you can see the edge of the chemise. The sleeves varied in many styles, but here you see wide funnel shaped sleeves with contrasting lines.

Maria Magdalena, copy after Guido Reni, 1627 - 1720

Odd flame brocade sleeve detail.

Mary Magdalene

Paulus Moreelse Portrait of a Girl (1625)