Woman combing her hair by Bernardino Licinio? Big discussion about this venetian lady in her underclothes - not a white gown. Did venetian women use a corded or pleated underdress? Curiouser and curiouser!

Woman combing her hair by Bernardino Licinio? Big discussion about this venetian lady in her underclothes - not a white gown. Did venetian women use a corded or pleated underdress? Curiouser and curiouser!

Follower of Titian Portrait of a Woman, perhaps Pellegrina Morosini Capello

Titian - Portrait of a Woman, perhaps Pellegrina Morosini Capello The National Gallery, London, United Kingdom ca.

Another open front bodice with a split skirt, and some really emphatic shoulder poufs! Anonymous Venetian Portrait of a Lady Private Collection ca.1570

Very stiff bodice, big, double shoulder-poufs (baragoni? am I remembering that right?) and another split skirt! Anonymous Venetian Portrait of a Lady Private Collection

Painting Associated with the Artist or the Worshop of Alessandro Allori (Italian Mannerist Painter, 1535-1607)  Portrait of a Woman 1560

Painting Associated with the Artist or the Worshop of Alessandro Allori (Italian Mannerist Painter, 1560 Eleanor of Toledo b.

Tableau de la Renaissance Italienne, XVIe siècle, attribué à Alessandro Allori (1535-1607)

Tableau de la Renaissance Italienne, XVIe siècle, attribué à Alessandro Allori (1535-1607)

Venetian. Anonymous  (maybe Veronese)  Portrait of a Nobleman and his Wife   Private Collection  ca. 1560

Venetian Renaissance Portraits: Anonymous (maybe Veronese), Portrait of a Nobleman and his Wife, Private Collection

Venetian with Stomacher - Portrait of a Woman, ca. 1550

Unusual earring alternative (for non pierced ears perhaps? Pearl necklace and in hair. 1550 Francesco Montemezzano (Italian, Venetian, ca.

Portrait of an Italian Woman Style of Albrecht Dürer (Italian, probably 16th century). MET, NYC by renzodionigi, via Flickr

Portrait of an Italian Woman Style of Albrecht Dürer (Italian, probably century) Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 17 x 13 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: The Jules Bache Collection, 1949 Accession Number:

1530 Moretto de Brescia with blue and chocolate stripes and that long pointy Brescian partlet  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v31/operafantomet/renaissanceportraits/brescia/morettogarden4.jpg

1530 Moretto de Brescia with blue and chocolate stripes and that long pointy Brescian partlet - the Florentines had a pointed partlet called a coverciere but it was earlier and very light silk.

Great painting showing the gomlek and chirka, also the simple amounts jewelry (gold and pearls)

painting showing the gomlek and chirka, also the simple amounts jewelry (gold and pearls)

Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto  Portrait of a Woman Potsdam-Sanssouci, Bildergalerie, Germany ca. 1565. Split skirt, and unlike most of the examples that I've found of this in late 16th century Venetian fashion, the underskirt appears to be a more elaborate fabric than the upper.

HELLO, do I see an open-bodice, split-skirt Venetian gown here? Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto Portrait of a Woman Potsdam-Sanssouci, Bildergalerie, Germany ca.

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