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16th Century History

16th Century History

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Hilliard, Nicholas (1547-1619) Miniature of an unknown woman.-I love this portrait! It is late Elizabethan attire that is lovely.

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"Anne Ersking Count Rothes with daughters Lady Margaret Leslie and Lady Mary Leslie" by George Jamesone (1620s)

Miniature Painting, Corneille de Lyon: Portrait of a Man by deflam, via Flickr

Hovetcleet (16th century Flemish/Dutch veil) Research Paper

Cosimo Tura - The Muse Erato [1455-60]

Archduchess Eleonore (1582-1620) at the age of 5 years, 1587

KHM Bilddatenbank — KHM Bilddatenbank

saxon collar 16:th century by Baroness Nordmark, via Flickr

La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early 16th Century, approximately 1500-1520. This figure is from the tapestry known as “La Promenade” (the walk).

Promenade Gown «From Elizabeth's Needle From Elizabeth’s Needle

1500s Elizabethan England ever since seeing the "maternity" corset I wondered about historical maternity fashion

A Brief History Of Maternity Clothes

Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria (1550s) r by peacay, via Flickr

'The Girl' by Dutch painter Paulus Moreelse (1571 - 1638)

I AM A CHILD | children in art history | Page 4

16th century Elizabethan attire.

Portrait of Martin Frobisher (Wakefield, ca 1535 - Plymouth, 1594), English navigator, Oil on canvas by Cornelis Ketel (1548-1616), ca 1577

Bridgeman Images

Germany Kirchheim am Ries - St Mary Frau von Oettingen 1358 149.JPG (919×3249)

Skirt - presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Dersffy, ca. 1610, Hungary, Italy, cut-pile velvet, raised embroidery of gilt silver thread; embroidered in silk thread

Circa 16th century AD. A leather falconry hood for a hawk or falcon, with leather thongs in place; found with a coil of leather inside to preserve its shape. Leather, 20 grams, 38 mm. Found Bedfordshire, hidden in rafters of a Tudor barn.

Tudor Leather Falcon Hood : Lot 871

hair ornament from the movie "Shakespeare in Love"

Придворный костюм в фильме Л. Висконти «Людвиг»

Dorothy,Lady Dormer ;c1595 - Detail. The armillary sphere (signifying the Queen's power and her dominion over her subjects) sits rather uncomfortably in the centre of this lady's stomacher. The cut-off serpents ( which signified wisdom) might also indicate a re-used piece of royal clothing which didn't quite fit its new position.


Portrait of a child (panel), Anguissola, Sofonisba (c.1532-1625)

Bridgeman Images

16th century Avebury Manor and Gardens by flash of light. Wiltshire, England

An actual find, 1530's oxmule. Is exhitibed at the Musée national du Moyen Âge, in Paris. www.musee-moyenag...


Hans Rottenhammer Visitazione con Dama Veneziana Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremburg, Germany 1596 hairtaping, flower in hair, laced handkerchief

A summer view of partially ruined interior and entrance to the catacombs of famous Castle of Cachtice. This castle is situated in the mountains above the Cachtice village, Trencin region, Slovakia. The Castle of Cachtice was residence of the world famous Elizabeth Bathory and it is definitely worth a visit.

Catacombs of the Castle of Cachtice

Čachtice in Nitriansky kraj, Slovakia - Way back when this was part of Hungary, Elizabeth Bathory was believed to have drained the blood of hundreds of peasant girls to bathe in their blood. She is also known to have tortured and murdered scores of villagers just for the fun of it. Her castle was her torture chamber and murder playhouse.

Čachtice - Nitriansky kraj