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    • Laura McCoy

      Red Italian sleveless overdress with split side showing the black under from 1470 "The Betrothal", ca. 1470, by an unknown Italian artist.

    • Gigi Coulson

      Veneto & Venetian styles from the late quattrocento. Painting by "Italienischer_Meister" entitled The Betrothal in 1475

    • Gigi Coulson

      "The Betrothal" ca. 1470. Inspiration for my blue and red velvet dresses.

    • Peggy Lange

      The Betrothal, ca 1470 - italian medieval portrait - Google Search

    • Estelle

      ab. 1470 Unknown Italian artist of 15th century - The Betrothal

    • Tina Socarras

      The Betrothal by unknown, ca 1470 Italy, Gemäldegalerie

    • Gabrielle Milan

      15th century spain clothing - Google Search

    • Ashley Ruiz

      late italian renaissance fashion 1400

    • Carly Fenton-Wyrick

      The Betrothal painting of 1475.

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