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Portrait of a Man in a Turban Netherlandish Painter, second quarter 15th century Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: Overall 11 x 7 3/4 in. (27.9 x 19.7 cm); painted surface 10 5/8 x 7 1/4 in. (27 x 18.4 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: The Jules Bache Collection, 1949 Accession Number: 49.7.24 This artwork is currently on display in Gallery 625

Portrait of the Margrave Casimir of Brandenburg, 1511, Hans Süss von Kulmbach, Nuremberg

Portrait of an Unknown Lady. Date painted: 1605–1610 Oil on panel, 105.2 x 76.1 cm Collection: Museums Sheffield

"Portrait of William Style of Langley", unknown painter, 1636; TC T02308

Aschaffenburg, Schloss Johanisburg, Kurfürst Joachim I., Nestor von Brandenburg von Lucas Cranach d. Ä. (Johannisburg Palace, Elector Joachim I., Nestor of Brandenburg by Lucas Cranach the Elder) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr

Portrait 17th century dress is very decorated with v neck line. Its tight at the waist and then loose,with decorations on the wrists

Italian (Lombard) Painter (ca. 1540). Portrait of a Man in a Fur-Trimmed Coat. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Marquand Collection, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890 (91.26.2) #mustache #movember

c. 1600. Portrait of King James I. Artist unknown (Probably b. July 25,1394 and probably d. Feb. 21,1437) was the youngest of three sons of King Robert III and Annabella Drummond

Portrait of Anna Scheit, nee Mem(m)inger Beham, Barthel (painter) 1528 Held at the

Saint Maurice, ca. 1522–25 This panel, which formed the left wing of an altarpiece, represents Maurice, the Roman legion commander from Thebes who was martyred in the late third century for refusing orders to slaughter the Christians of Gaul. Painted by Lucas Cranach the Elder and his workshop about 1522–25, likely among many works commissioned for the church at Halle, which was rededicated as a collegiate church in 1523, by Cardinal Albrecht de Brandenburg, archbishop-elector of Mainz.

Thought I'd seen all the Tudor/Stuart era portraits, but this is a new one on me...said to be Arabella Stuart.