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Description Esther Inglis, Mrs Kello Date 1595 (inscribed) Source Scanned from Thomasina Beck, The Embroiderer's Story, David & Charles Books, 1995 Author Unknown

Portrait of Jane Seymour, by Holbein (c.1536-7)

Hans Memling Portraits | Hans Memling - Portrait of a man with a red beret [1490-95] | Flickr ...

Self portrait aged 12 by anton raphael mengs

Portrait of an Unknown Lady [seemingly pregnant] (c.1595) by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (c. 1561/62–1636), Flemish, worked in the Tudor court. He became a fashionable portraitist in the last decade of the reign of Elizabeth I. He introduced a new aesthetic in English court painting that captured the essence of a sitter through close observation. (wiki) - (lilacs in the door yard)

Giovanni Carraca Ritratto di Caterina Micaela d'Austria. 1585-1590

A Young Woman, said to be Isabella de Medici, ca. 1565 (attributed to Agnolo Bronzino) (1503-1572) Bukowskis Auktioner Stockholm

Elin Danielson Gambogi, Self Portrait, 1900

Marie-Gabrielle Capet (1761–1818)   Self-Portrait ca. 1783

1590ish - Portrait of Jane Palmer (b.1564) at Dorney Court

Portrait of a Lady, Unknown Artist, c.1490

Self portrait with Harp, 1790 by Rose-Adélaïde Ducreux (French, 1761–1802

Aleister Crowley Daughter | Aleister Crowley had a daughter named Nuit Ma Ahathoor Hecate Sappho ...

Portrait of an unknown lady, ca. 1560, by an unknown English artist. National Portrait Gallery, London.

Check out the hat! Esther Inglis, 1571 - 1624. Calligrapher and miniaturist.

Portrait of a Gentleman in a Lace Ruff, British (English) School, c.1600, oil on wood panel, 103.5 x 80 cm

The hat found in Novgorod - Hat made of roots in the manner of a rush hat and shaped like a straw boater - Early Medieval 8 - 11th c ( but some sources are saying 14th century )

La dama del abanico Author: Sánchez Coello, Alonso Date: 1570 - 1573: Prado Museum

Cranach the Elder, Lucas. 1528

Portrait of Anna Boudaen Courten by Saloman Mesdach, 1619 the Netherlands, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - "Dutch" or "Round Gown" according to England - closed front is called a bouwen in Dutch and an open front with stomacher is a vlieger