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1565 Claude de Beaune closeup  Fine example of the Atifet, flattened or heart shaped bonnet.  Similar to the French hood style but modified with a heart shaped crescent.

1565 Claude de Beaune closeup Fine example of the Atifet, flattened or heart shaped bonnet. Similar to the French hood style but modified with a heart shaped crescent. Also great example of shoulder treatments

Claude Gouffier was married 5 times. His first wife was Jacqueline de la Tremoille who he wed en 1527. She attempted to murder him by poisoning, and was sentenced to prison and her confessor to death. She died in 1544. His next wife was Françoise de Brosse de Britain, who died in childbirth in 1558, and next was Mary Gaignon St-Bohaire who perished en 1565. In 1567 he married Claude de Beaune, who also died. His fifh marriage was in 1569 to Antoinette de la Tour-Landry.

Claude Gouffier was married 5 times. His first wife was Jacqueline de la Tremoille who he wed en 1527. She attempted to murder him by poisoning, and was sentenced to prison and her confessor to death. She died in 1544. His next wife was Françoise de Brosse de Britain, who died in childbirth in 1558, and next was Mary Gaignon St-Bohaire who perished en 1565. In 1567 he married Claude de Beaune, who also died. His fifh marriage was in 1569 to Antoinette de la Tour-Landry.

Photoshop?  It looks like they spliced a different girl's head and partlet onto a (reversed) version of a gown worn in a portrait of Elizabeth.  Or maybe they're just similar and I'm completely wrong.   Costume for woman, c.1570

It looks like they spliced a different girl's head and partlet onto a (reversed) version of a gown worn in a portrait of Elizabeth. Or maybe they're just similar and I'm completely wrong.

Claude Catherine de Clermont-Tonnerre de Vivonne (1543 – 1603) duchess of Retz, was a French noblewoman and salon host.

Claude Catherine de Clermont-Tonnerre de Vivonne – 18 February lady of Dampierre[disambiguation needed], countess and duchess of Retz, was a French noblewoman and salon host.

Portrait de Claude de Beaune, 1563 Clouet. La mort de Louise de Savoie rendit la réhabilitation des Beaune possible, effective en 1536 et leur retour à la Cour. Si Claude rêvait d'un beau mariage c'est à son 1° médecin, Louis Bourgeois, sieur de Montgauguier et de Moléans, anobli en déc 1518, veuf de 41 an son aîné, que François 1° l'unit, avant de la nommer dame d'honneur des Mesdames (Marguerite de France et Catherine de Médicis)

Claude de Beaune - (studio of) Clouet

Claude of France, wife of Francis I. Anne Boleyn served as her maid of honour for nearly seven years.

or Queen Claude by Corneille de Lyon (Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moskva Russia) **This posthumous portrait shows Claude wearing a dress with the same features de Lyon portrayed on Anne de Pisseleu.

Portrait of a Woman presumed to be Laure de Noves (oil on panel). French school, but very Florentine looking gown-- and interesting hat.

Portrait of a Woman presumed to be Laure de Noves (oil on panel). French school, but very Florentine looking gown-- and interesting hat.

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