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Detail of second portrait of Hypsipylé, first wife of Jason, from Octavien de Saint-Gelais (b. 1468-d. 1502), translation of Ovid's Epistulae heroidum, Cognac, 1496-1498, Manuscripts Department, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Western Section, Fr. 875, Parchment
Meister des Jouvenel des Ursins 001 detail 1 - 1400–1500 in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Bridal Couple: The brightly colored costumes of both the man and woman are an indication of wealth and the latest fashion. The colors of both costumes visually suggest that the couple belongs to each other. The colors of green, red, and brown respectively suggest chastity, love, and modesty.