William McGregor Paxton (American, 1869–1941), The Red Fan, 1906 - Portrait of his wife Elizabeth

William McGregor Paxton (American, 1869–1941), The Red Fan, 1906 - Portrait of his wife Elizabeth

Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, "Self-portrait, 1777, pastel in the Louvre Museum Paris France

Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, "Self-portrait, 1777, pastel in the Louvre Museum Paris France

Headgear of men and women could be quite extreme. At the close of the 14th century Burgundian women adopted a tall, exaggerated, steeple-shaped headdress style that some costume historians call a hennin.

Headgear of men and women could be quite extreme. At the close of the 14th century Burgundian women adopted a tall, exaggerated, steeple-shaped headdress style that some costume historians call a hennin.

Quentin Metsys (1465-1530) · Amour inégal ou, Le couple mal assorti

Quentin Metsys (1465-1530) · Amour inégal ou, Le couple mal assorti

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